The Justice Department is taking specific aim at websites’ content moderation to ensure an open forum in the 21st century digital public square.
The committee hammered Google’s representative with questions about their monopolization of the ad market by representing both the supply and demand in advertising transactions.
Google-owned YouTube removed video of a presidential advisor discussing COVID-19 lockdowns. Anti-trust action and legislation must cap this abuse of power.
Efforts to punish or break apart tech companies for political reasons would harm American innovation and competitiveness while surrendering ground to China.
Susan Molinari, Google’s former vice president of public policy, is scheduled to speak at the Democratic National Convention on Monday.
The letter drew signatories from both sides of the aisle, from Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz to Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
Congressman Ken Buck is the author of the new book, “Capitol Freedom: Restoring American Greatness.”
Colorado Rep. Ken Buck criticized big tech’s influence telling The Federalist there’s too “much power is in the hands of a few people.”
‘Unfortunately, I don’t have much faith in the CEOs’ promises to not interfere in this year’s election on behalf of Joe Biden,’ Florida Rep. Greg Steube told The Federalist.
“It’s a service we provide to our users… I think the model is working well,” said Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
Google is ‘interested in driving others out of the ad market so that they have total control to demonetize sites as they deem fit,’ Domenech said.
It was just two weeks ago that a massive security breach at Twitter raised concerns over its danger as a national security threat.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai dodged questions Wednesday before the House lawmakers related to the tech giant’s recent blacklisting of conservative groups.
Apple CEO Tim Cook praised the Chinese tech giant Huawei on Wednesday during testimony before the House Judiciary subcommittee on anti-trust.
Rep. Jim Jordan wants Twitter to join Google, Amazon, Apple, and Facebook in a hearing about their actions “moderating content” early next week.
Google appeared to test its ability to blacklist conservative media Tuesday from its monopolized search engine which dominates 94 percent of internet searches.
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