WORST Cen­sor­ship of Novem­ber: Big Tech Elec­tion Inter­fer­ence and More

WORST Censorship of November: Big Tech Election Interference and More

Amer­i­cans just cel­e­brat­ed the quin­tes­sen­tial US hol­i­day, Thanks­giv­ing, but Big Tech was far more ded­i­cat­ed to attack­ing free­dom than cel­e­brat­ing it.
Mul­ti­ple Big Tech com­pa­nies, includ­ing Google, Tik­Tok, Meta, and LinkedIn, tar­get­ed Pres­i­dent Joe Biden‘s 2024 elec­tion oppo­nents online. YouTube removed videos on two Steven Crow­der chan­nels for fea­tur­ing the pre­vi­ous­ly-cen­sored Dan Bongi­no. The video plat­form also cen­sored Sen. Ted Cruz (R‑TX) for dis­cussing an MRC exposé of Hamas-tied pro­pa­gan­da. Human Events Senior Edi­tor Jack Poso­biec was cen­sored on X (for­mer­ly Twit­ter) for shar­ing video footage of the Jan. 6 Capi­tol protest appar­ent­ly show­ing law enforce­ment bru­tal­i­ty. And Not the Bee also found itself the tar­get of YouTube cen­sor­ship after post­ing con­tent about the alleged trans­gen­der shoot­er man­i­festo. Not to be out­done, Vimeo iron­i­cal­ly cen­sored a speech about cen­sor­ship. Final­ly, YouTube con­tin­ues to tar­get hunt­ing con­tent.
Below are the worst exam­ples of cen­sor­ship from the month of Novem­ber.
1) Big Tech engages in alarm­ing elec­tion-inter­fer­ing cen­sor­ship. A new MRC Free Speech Amer­i­ca study found that Big Tech manip­u­lat­ed the mes­sage of 23 of the 2024 pres­i­den­tial can­di­dates at least once. Social media com­pa­nies espe­cial­ly tar­gete …