During her monthly virtual town hall, Ocasio-Cortez stated: “I believe that this is directly connected to the complete lack of accountability that monopolies like Facebook have to democracy. Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook bear partial responsibility for Wednesday’s events. Period.” … [Read more...] about Facebook Still Has ‘No Plans to Lift’ Suspension of Donald Trump
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In comparison to Google’s 5 billion daily search queries, DuckDuckGo’s latest milestone seems small, but it is a sign that more users are gravitating towards alternatives to the Big Tech Masters of the Universe. DuckDuckGo has seen a rise in popularity after the search engine expanded beyond its own website and now offers mobile apps for Android and iOS and an extension for the Google Chrome web browser. … [Read more...] about DuckDuckGo Soars Past 100 Million Daily Search Queries
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So far, self-appointed individuals and private non-profits have been leading some notable preservation efforts. All of Parler, we learn, has been scraped -- that is saved -- by a hacker calling herself @donk_enby, who sprang into action when Amazon Web Services announced last week that it would stop hosting the conservative platform. And over at the Internet Archive (archive.org) users can browse an inspiring collection of obsolete webpages, but they should expect lots of dead links and zero dynamic content. Is that what we should expect from a historical collection of social media? … [Read more...] about How will history remember the Twitter President?