The journalist has taken a great deal of flack—from both sides.
Deplatforming controversial content is perfectly legal—and often counterproductive.
We seem to be entering a new era of yellow journalism, in which ad hominem attacks and conspiracy-mongering are more valued than truth and accuracy.
Yes, the paranoid lunatic is a mega-troll, but the beauty of new media means never having to engage stuff you find awful or offensive.
What's Really in Your Fish Oil? Labdoor Uses a Market-Based Approach to Taming the Supplement Industry.
Founder Neil Thanedar aims to bring accountability to the $36 billion unregulated market without quashing its dynamism.
Conspiracy theorist banned for "abusive behavior."
The conspiracy theorist's account has been restricted for seven days.
It's implausible to imagine a future in which liberal activists don't demand that right-of-center groups be de-platformed.
Alex Jones tweeted "When they try to ban you, but you keep on winning" above a celebratory glass of champagne.
No one will miss Infowars, but that's beside the point.
Reason's Robby Soave and Mike Riggs debate whether Mark Zuckerberg's should de-platform haters such as Alex Jones and Infowars to improve the user experience.
The president's controversial, unconstitutional, dumb Syria strikes are insane-and just might mean we can start talking seriously about politics again.
Plus: Notes from a man who recently interviewed Alex Jones yet generated very little controversy
No, no, and no. Nick Gillespie, Katherine Mangu-Ward, and Matt Welch debate and discuss.
Infowars in the age of Trump
Speaking in Nevada, the Democrat denounces Donald Trump as a racist and a conspiracy theorist.