Rumble, the most popular YouTube competitor, refused a demand from the British Parliament to censor one of its content creators.
The House Judiciary Committee dropped a thread explaining the particulars of Elvis Chan's obsstructive refusal to give a deposition.
Elvis Chan, point man for the FBI to social media platforms, is under subpoena by the House Judiciary Committee.
Elon Musk has sued California over its year-old social media "transparency" law that actually turns platforms into State actors.
The Fifth Circuit Court ruled the government may not threaten social media - but may still persuade. The willing bully problem remains.
Truth Social, Donald Trump's social medium, won a reprieve when a supermajority of shareholders voted to extend a merger deadline.
The account for Never Back Down, the DeSantis PAC, came under suspension for at least an hour apparently after X' AI considered it spam.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) finally summoned a private social media company wheel to give an interview before his Committee.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) issued a flurry of subpoenas to the Justice Department, the FBI, and Citibank in his censorship investigation.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals heard argument today on Judge Doughty's injunction against the government on social media censorship.