Zuckerberg, Dorsey to Face Republicans’ Claims of Censorship
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November 16, 20206 min read, 1118 words

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Published: November 16, 2020  |  6 min read, 1118 words
Facebook Inc.’s Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter Inc.’s Jack Dorsey will be forced to defend themselves from accusations by Republican senators that their labeling of President Donald Trump’s social-media posts claiming voter fraud as false or misleading amounts to censorship of conse...
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Dec 2
This article does inject a bit of opinion but not enough to not make it credible. Objectively, its well written and does a good job conveying what happened and why it happened.
Dec 2
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November 19, 2020
This is definitely written from a liberal point of view. I think Dorsey and Zuckerberg have been told by their attorneys to give as blank a look as possible and lie with as innocent a face as possible. No matter what is presented Dorsey and Zuckerberg are not aware of the situation. Innocent as babes when we all know the opposite is happening--and yet if Trump tweets the truth it is labeled as false or anything with a negative spin. No wonder so many people in the know are switching to Parler
November 19, 2020
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November 17, 2020
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November 17, 2020
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November 17, 2020
This article provides a ton of great context around the continued back and forths between Facebook/Twitter and Congress. The piece sheds light on specific examples that have upset Republicans (most targetting President Trump's election-related posts) and it also speaks to Democratic leaders' frustrations with the social media platforms for different reasons.
November 17, 2020
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