Faith-based leaders should “develop media relationships” and have a list of reporters likely to disseminate news of any de-platforming or service interruption.
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Increasingly, major online platforms are targeting anyone attempting to post information that does not fit mainstream narratives about COVID-19, gender and other issues.
‘This is About Freedom’: EWTN Poland’s Director Thanks Catholics for Helping to Unblock YouTube Channel
Since 2018, EWTN Poland has offered 24/7 adoration from the chapel in the basilica of a friary founded by St. Maximilian Kolbe,
Catholics in the Crosshairs of Big Tech?: Recent Cluster of Cases of De Facto Online Censorship Raises Concerns
Lack of transparency from platforms makes intentional suppression an open question.
Whether or not Carrie Gress’ The Anti-Mary Exposed was the target of intentional censorship, the swift response from Catholics underscores concerns over Big Tech’s power in the public square.
Two weeks removed from the inaugural address of President Biden, Americans — especially many Catholics — are looking back and questioning the appeal for unity from our new president. This week on Register Radio, we talk to Register contributor Professor Gerry Bradley about what he calls “President Joe Biden’s Blue America.” And then, we are joined by author Carrie Gress and her book The Anti-Mary Exposed: Rescuing the Culture from Toxic Femininity. Is her book being censored by Big Tech?
After the U.S. Capitol riot Jan. 6, Twitter and Facebook barred President Donald Trump from their platforms. Apple and Google then banished Parler from their app stores, sparking debate over the tech giants’ outsized role in U.S. politics and stirring fears of a further crackdown on free speech.
Czech media said that a possible reason for the suspension was a tweet that Cardinal Duka posted Oct. 1 linking to an article about the confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court.
COMMENTARY: Modern technology obscures both the past and the future by locking us in the frenzies of the present and interfering with reflective thought.