“We were told this week that not only is Gab blacklisted by Visa as a business, but my personal name, phone number, address, and more are all also blacklisted by Visa. If I wanted to leave Gab tomorrow (something that isn’t going to happen) and start a lemonade stand I wouldn’t be able to obtain merchant processing for it,” Torba wrote.
Torba notes that whenever Gab sets up a new card processor, Visa contacts the processor, tells them Gab is flagged for “illegal activity,”... “When the processor inquires about this alleged ‘illegal activity,’ Visa tells them that Gab has been flagged for ‘hate speech,’” Torba added. Hate speech is not illegal in the US...
In the video, you see a line of golf carts like a mini-parade, and they have pro-Trump signs on them. On the sidelines are Trump detractors yelling "Racist!" at all of the carts passing by. And so one of them yells back, "Yeah? White power! White power!"
The apps are major titles, too — they’d normally be trustworthy. The behavior is visible in news apps for Fox News, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. You’ll also find it in games like Bejeweled, Fruit Ninja and PUBG Mobile. Social apps like Viber, Weibo and Zoosk. Some utility and media apps do this as well, including AccuWeather, DAZN and Overstock.
"We've spent the last 3 years building some new technology we have not revealed yet" "we're going to converse with 100 M Americans" "without the media in the middle" "without social media in the middle" "when we turn that engine on ..."@parscale
“The Democratic Party of Orange County condemns John Wayne’s racist and bigoted statements, and calls for John Waynes’ name and likeness to be removed from the Orange County airport, and calls on the OC Board of Supervisors to restore its original name: Orange County Airport,” the resolution, passed Friday, says.
Video posted on social media appeared to show a man opening fire into the park as people scrambled for cover. The footage later showed at least one person bleeding on the ground. Officers cleared the park and police “are trying to gather as much information as possible in order to identify all who were involved in the incident,” the statement said.
Facebook has said it will flag posts from "newsworthy" politicians that break its rules, including those from US President Donald Trump. The move came as a number of major advertisers joined a call to boycott the social network.
Protesters living in a tent encampment meant to Occupy City Hall kicked off their sixth consecutive day on Sunday taking up space in New York City to demand at least $1 billion out of the NYPD’s $6 billion budget be cut before the upcoming July 1 city budget deadline.