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Will Big Tech Gun Censorship Affect the 2020 Election

Here is how social-media companies are controlling speech in regard to guns and the Second Amendment ahead of the November election.

U.K. Police Revoke Firearms Licenses from British Gun Enthusiast Due to Social Media Videos and Viewer Comments

U.K. police branded his YouTube an extremist forum due to viewer comments others made there as well as his statements advocating handguns for self-defense against terrorists.

Gearfire, AmmoReady Fill Void Left by Shopify

New online e-commerce platforms have emerged as place to buy and sell firearms and related accessories.

Gun Supporters Have a YouTube-Like Site

With all the hassles gun aficionados have to cut through to get something posted on YouTube, Twitter and Facebook, a Second Amendment supporter offers a video site for firearm fans.

Gun Owners Need Their Own YouTube

Gun owners need a version of YouTube that doesn’t treat those of us who take our Second Amendment rights seriously like we’re a problem that needs to be solved.

British YouTube Gun Channel Goes Dark

Police had labeled a gun blogger’s channel as a “forum of extremism;” he responds by killing the channel.

Brownells Loses YouTube Channel Temporarily

Supporters launch social media campaign to pressure the hosting site to restore the channel.

YouTube Further Distances Itself From Gun Owners

The concept of gun-free zones is being expanded to cover several big-name online sites.



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