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PayPal makes it harder to buy shady supplements from Infowars

PayPal confirmed Friday that it was dropping support for all Infowars websites, where conspiracy theorist Alex Jones makes serious cash selling shady health supplements. "Our values are the foundation for the decision," a PayPal spokesperson told
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Apple influenced Mark Zuckerberg's decision to ban InfoWars, report says

After weeks of struggling to answer questions about whether or not Alex Jones and InfoWars should be allowed to remain on Facebook, the company caught some onlookers by surprise when it announced early Monday morning that it had "unpublished" pages
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Big Tech takes a major stand against Alex Jones

This week, on Technically Speaking: Facebook and YouTube take a stand against InfoWars host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones; Android has unveiled its new Pie operating system; and Facebook insists it's not coming for your financial data. Read
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InfoWars terms of service bans 'hateful' users just like Facebook, YouTube, and Apple

InfoWars' terms of service totally contradicts its core belief of freedom of speech.  The website, which conspiracy theorist and self-proclaimed performance artist Alex Jones claims is a legitimate news outlet, has been kicked off of Facebook,
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How the dominoes in Alex Jones' social media empire all fell at once

Life comes at you fast. Over the course of just 24 hours, tech companies have pulled InfoWars head honcho Alex Jones' biggest digital soapboxes out from under him. This near-simultaneous action occurred quickly and in tandem — and only after
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Somehow, Alex Jones' InfoWars is still on Spotify and iTunes

After threatening Special Counsel Robert Mueller and accusing a Parkland survivor of being a crisis actor, InfoWars host Alex Jones is finally, sorta kinda, facing repercussions. Facebook recently suspended Jones for 30 days and took down four of
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In front of Congress, Facebook defends its decision on InfoWars

For the second time in less than a week, Facebook is facing uncomfortable questions about why it continues to allow InfoWars and other conspiracy theory-slinging groups to have a presence on its platform. During a House Judiciary Committee hearing