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Big Tech, led by Facebook and Twitter, have officially declared war on the American people — and they’ve unequivocally proclaimed they are in fact publishers, not platforms.
The Justice Department is taking specific aim at websites’ content moderation to ensure an open forum in the 21st century digital public square.
The bill, introduced by Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler, would hold tech companies accountable for censoring constitutional speech.
The tide has been turning against Silicon Valley tech giants in Washington for quite some time, but this week appears to have reached a tipping point.
A majority of Americans say they prefer allowing free internet speech — even offensive speech — to policing it.
On Tuesday, Twitter began censoring Trump’s tweets less than a year after a federal court ruled that the president is barred from blocking other users.
2020 Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke came out in support of eliminating existing protections for tech giants Friday, joining a growing chorus of political elites aiming to break up big tech.
Sanders specifically targeted the social media giant Facebook, which has recently been the subject of a $5 billion fine from the FTC.
If tech giants want to block pro-life content, they need to be prepared to also accept legal liability for the various words and images uploaded.
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