Fourteen or more UK Tory MPs DOXXED as having had Parler accounts
At least fourteen Tory MPs in the UK Parliament joined Parler, the controversial social media platform now fighting for its existence, before it went offline.
Fox News's Tucker Carlson had very scathing commentary directed at Steven Guilbeault, Canada's minister of culture for his announcement that Canada plans to censor social media.
Angela Merkel, the Chancellor of Germany, called Twitter's decision to ban President Donald Trump from it's platform, "problematic".
In December, the Polish government announced an initiative that may compel social media companies to uphold free speech or recieve fines of roughly two million dollars, if they remove content or block an account that does not break the law in Poland.
The announcement follows a similar proclamation by Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, who has imposed a similarly strict lockdown in Scotland.