Spotify Removes R. Kelly Music as Part of ‘Hateful’ Content Policy

Mike Pont/Getty Images by Breitbart News10 May 20180 10 May, 201810 May, 2018 NEW YORK (AP) — Spotify has removed R. Kelly’s music from its playlists, citing its new policy on hate content and hateful conduct. A spokesperson said Thursday that Kelly’s music is no longer available on the streaming service’s owned and operated playlists and … More Spotify Removes R. Kelly Music as Part of ‘Hateful’ Content Policy

Masters of the Universe: Google and Facebook Censor Abortion Referendum Ads in Ireland

Tech giants Facebook and Google have banned advertisements related to Ireland’s upcoming abortion referendum this month. Ahead of Ireland’s upcoming referendum, which will decide whether or not the country’s eighth amendment preventing abortion in the country will be revoked, Silicon Valley’s masters of the universe have chosen to ban advertisements relating to the referendum. Facebook … More Masters of the Universe: Google and Facebook Censor Abortion Referendum Ads in Ireland

‘Woman of Size’ Says She Experienced Discrimination Because Harry Potter Ride Seat Was Too Small

Self-identifying “woman of size” Jana Schmieding says she experienced “size-based discrimination” at Universal Studios when she was told that she was too large to fit on the Harry Potter ride. Blogger Jana Schmieding was kicked off the “Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey” ride at Universal Studios because she wasn’t able to properly fit in … More ‘Woman of Size’ Says She Experienced Discrimination Because Harry Potter Ride Seat Was Too Small

Cornell Student Strips Down to Underwear During Thesis Defense to Protest Professor’s Clothing Advice

A senior at Cornell University stripped down to her underwear during her thesis defense last week, after her professor criticized her clothing during a previous class session. The student, Letitia Chai, delivered her honors thesis defense in her underwear last week in protest over her professor’s remark about the unprofessionalism of her denim shorts. During … More Cornell Student Strips Down to Underwear During Thesis Defense to Protest Professor’s Clothing Advice

WATCH — ‘Sexuality Expert’ Says Babies Should ‘Give Consent’ to Diaper Changes

‘Sexuality expert’ and author Deanne Carson has attracted mass ridicule after suggesting babies should “give consent” to having their nappies/diapers changed by their parents. Speaking to ABC News (Australia), Carson was asked what age clients she works with. She replied: “We work with children from three years old, we work with parents from birth”. “From … More WATCH — ‘Sexuality Expert’ Says Babies Should ‘Give Consent’ to Diaper Changes

U.S. Embassy Moves Twitter Presence from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

The U.S. Embassy in Israel has a new Twitter handle. Ahead of the much-anticipated move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem next week, the embassy is upgrading its social media profile to reflect its new home. The embassy wrote on Twitter Thursday that the @usembassyta account had been changed to “@USEmbassyJerusalem.” The correct account handle is … More U.S. Embassy Moves Twitter Presence from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

Twitter Is Banning Conservatives for Posting Facts

Although Congress has focused on Facebook’s alleged censorship in recent weeks, Twitter continues to engage in mass bans of conservatives with little outside scrutiny. Increasingly, these bans come after users post “hate facts” — statements that are factually true, but politically inconvenient for progressives. The most high-profile individual to be banned on this basis was … More Twitter Is Banning Conservatives for Posting Facts

Google Encourages Conference Attendees to Use ‘Preferred Pronoun’ Stickers

Google encouraged attendees at its I/O developers conference to use preferred pronoun stickers, even providing non-binary options such as “They/Them,” and “Ze/Hir.” “We care about your pronouns,” declared Google on a sign at the conference. “Add a sticker to your badge to share with others which ones you prefer.” Attendees were able to pick from … More Google Encourages Conference Attendees to Use ‘Preferred Pronoun’ Stickers

Equifax Reveals Passport Details, Driver’s Licenses Stolen in 2017 Data Breach

AFP by Charlie Nash9 May 20180 9 May, 20189 May, 2018 Equifax has revealed that passport details and driver’s licenses were also stolen on top of a wide array of other information in the massive 2017 data breach the company suffered. According to the Register, Equifax “gave the numbers in letters to the various US … More Equifax Reveals Passport Details, Driver’s Licenses Stolen in 2017 Data Breach

Facebook Circles the Wagons and Shuffles Executives Following User Privacy Scandal

Getty/Chip Somodevilla by Lucas Nolan9 May 20180 9 May, 20189 May, 2018 Facebook is reportedly overhauling its entire management structure following its recent user data scandal. Facebook has begun a huge overhaul of their management structure, according to the New York Times. The tech company has reportedly restructured into three new divisions with leadership of the company’s … More Facebook Circles the Wagons and Shuffles Executives Following User Privacy Scandal