Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook Interfered in U.S. Elections 39 Times Since 2008

MRC Free Speech America researchers uncovered 39 instances of Facebook interfering in U.S. elections since 2008.

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s Buys 287-Foot Super Yacht

Mark Zuckerberg reportedly bought himself a $300 million super yacht.

Virginia Governor Contemplates Veto on Bill Granting Voter Data to Leftist-Linked Group

Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin is deliberating on whether he will veto a Democrat-backed bill granting Virginia's voter roll data to a leftist-linked elections group...

Spotify Renews Joe Rogan Podcast

Streaming platform Spotify announced Friday it has renewed its partnership with Joe Rogan for his top podcast.

House Democrats Demand Musk, Zuckerberg Address Abortion ‘Misinformation’

House Democrats are urging X owner Elon Musk and Meta's Mark Zuckerberg to address abortion "misinformation" on social media platforms.

New Mexico Lawsuit Accuses Meta Of Enabling Child Sexual Abuse, Human Trafficking

According to a lawsuit filed against Meta Platforms and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, New Mexico officials accused Facebook and Instagram of enabling child sexual abuse and human trafficking on the platform.

Louisiana Bans Private Funding in Elections: ‘Zuckerbucks’

A substantial 72.6% of participants endorsed a constitutional amendment to prohibit the use of private funds, widely referred to as "Zuckerbucks," in the election administration.

Meta Purges Fake Accounts Linked to Chinese Law Enforcement

Big tech company Meta has removed thousands of accounts linked to Chinese law enforcement and online influence operations.

Wikipedia Co-Founder Accuses CIA, FBI of Information Warfare through Article Manipulation

"We do have evidence that, as early as 2008, that CIA and FBI computers were used to edit Wikipedia," says co-founder of Wikipedia.

‘Facebook Files’ Reveal Despicable Disregard for the Constitution

"It is just as unconstitutional – and thus illegal – for the US Government to violate the First Amendment by proxy – through so-called private companies – as if the government directly attacked our free speech."

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