Microsoft Partners With Chinese Military-Linked Huawei Spinoff.

Microsoft – which has been facing a series of masssive hacks from the Chinese Communist Party – partnered with the tech firm Honor, a company recently spun off from the Chinese military-linked firm Huawei. Microsoft is providing Honor’s laptops, such as the MagicBook Pro, with its Windows 10 operating system. The December 2020 partnership was announced just one month after Honor was spun-off of Huawei, a Chinese Communist Party-linked telecommunications company heavily sanctioned by the Trump administration. Labeled a “national security threat” and Chinese military collaborator by the U.S. Department of Defense, Huawei routinely provides the Chinese Communist Party backdoor access to

A Quick Guide to Free Speech and Avoiding Big Tech Online.

Many people have been asking for a basic, anti-big tech guide. So we’re putting this together as a starting point for information on what services you should use, and what you really shouldn’t. We will be constantly updating this page, so make sure to favorite/bookmark it and check back often. Social Media. Gab launched in 2017 as a free speech alternative to both Facebook and Twitter. Since recent Big Tech purges, the platform has seen an enormous surge. The website has similar layout to Twitter, a dedicated posting section, a timeline, and a news section. The platform introduces new additions

TikTok Algorithm To Be Used For Drug Development

ByteDance, the parent company of the controversial TikTok app, is now using its artificial intelligence programs for drug development and research. ByteDance, whose founder promised to use his company to promote “Socialist core values” and devotion to the Chinese Communist Party, will focus on artificial intelligence (AI) drug discovery. Job postings for the branch of the Beijing-based company have appeared for cities in Mountain View, Shanghai, and Beijing. “We are looking for candidates to join our team and conduct cutting-edge research in drug discovery and manufacturing powered by AI algorithms,” a job posting explained. The company’s foray into healthcare comes

Trump DOJ Secures Victory Against Tech Firm With Anti-U.S. Citizen Hiring Practices

The Department of Justice Protecting U.S. Workers Initiative has secured a victory against the practice of anti-citizen discrimination carried out by the tech sector. Robert Heath, an IT worker and U.S. citizen, triumphed over a Dallas-area corporation issuing job postings revealing it was interested in hiring specific classes of aliens. According to the Department of Justice (DOJ), this constituted “discrimination against U.S. workers.” The “settlement resolves claims that Ikon routinely discriminated against U.S. workers by posting job advertisements specifying a preference for applicants with temporary work visas, and that Ikon failed to consider at least one U.S. citizen applicant who applied

Trump Admin, 48 States File AntiTrust Suit Against Facebook

The Trump administration and 48 states announced antitrust lawsuits against Facebook, ordering the social media platform to divest its Instagram and WhatsApp messaging services. The suits, announced by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and New York Attorney General Letitia James, aim to “block this predatory acquisition of companies” and “restore confidence to the market,” according to James. Facebook “used its monopoly power to crush smaller rivals and snuff out competition, all at the expense of everyday users,” she noted. The FTC is keen on securing the separation of the two companies from Facebook, noting the social media giant has carried

EXC: Full White House Draft Exec Order on Big Tech: ‘Functional Equivalent of Public Forum’, Establishes ‘Watchlists’ for Attorney General

The National Pulse has obtained a draft of the expected Big Tech Executive Order from the White House. President Trump is believed to be signing this executive order on Thursday. This draft is subject to alteration in the final version, and has been available on the internet for several hours. The order explicitly calls out Big Tech companies for openly working with the Chinese Communist Party and its military. The order pursues the long-addressed “Section 230” argument protecting Big Tech firms. The order also calls large social media platforms “the functional equivalent of a traditional public forum” and states these