The USCCB has asked commenters to ‘let us know’ what Catholics think of these synod buzzwords.
Requests to reinstate Pro-Life Org’s Abortion Pill Reversal ads after 3-month halt
USCIRF’s 2021 Annual Report highlights the prevalence and impact of hate speech targeting religious communities, including in India, Pakistan, Vietnam, Nicaragua, and Turkey.
“I am urging anyone who cares about the First Amendment to download the App for Truth Social.”
“Many users have felt their relationship with the platform devolve into a messy codependence…”
Warning labels seem like a good way to keep kids from sharing risky photos, but research data suggests otherwise.
“…[G]iven Democrats’ current control of Congress and the White House, working to pass bipartisan antitrust legislation represents likely the only avenue to take any meaningful action against Big Tech…”
Teens are more likely to log on to Instagram than any other social media site.
Satire and news websites identify multiple instances of viewpoint-targeted censorship and shadow-banning by social media platforms.
“The people who gave them safe haven now rule Afghanistan.”
During May 12-14, more than two million antisemitic comments were posted to the Jerusalem Prayer Team page. Facebook shut down the page and notified the Jerusalem Prayer Team on May 16.
In order to defend conservative media, the GOP must defend the Constitution.
A sophisticated, covert operation targeted Uyghur activists, journalists and dissidents.
“We are winning souls silently, on our knees. We know that Satan has his hour but the rest of the day belongs to God.”
YouTube’s censorship prevents transparency of medical information for patients
DJKM is actively working to find new broadcast distribution channels to replace its lost platform on Lifetime
“As a free society, we should have the confidence to hear differing opinions about the issues that we all care deeply about.”
Twitter restored the account of Catholic World Report (CWR), a prominent Catholic media outlet.
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“It’s evident that Twitter locked our account for several days because they deemed the description of Dr. Levine ‘a biological man who identifies as a transgender woman’ as not just offensive, but even hateful.”
The tweet read: “Dr. Levine is a transgender woman, that is, a man who believes he is a woman.”
A source within the John Paul II Pontifical Theological Institute, who spoke to CNA on the condition of anonymity, said the recent Facebook post was not part of a plot, but due to ignorance.
‘A thinly veiled and pathetic excuse for censorship of any critical views toward trans-tyranny over our consciences, religion, and reason’