Trump to Twitter: Fact-Check Me and I'll Shut You Down
U.S. · TECH · POLITICS
May 27, 20203 min read, 550 words

Trump to Twitter: Fact-Check Me and I'll Shut You DownTrump to Twitter: Fact-Check Me and I'll Shut You Down

Michael Kan
 in pcmag.com
Published: May 27, 2020  |  3 min read, 550 words
How Trump might try to regulate Twitter was left unsaid in today’s tweet storm. But it could involve amending Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, a US law that shields internet companies from lawsuits. A fact-check is a useful tool to help keep politicians honest, unl...
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May 31, 2020
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Biased, biased, biased. The very first line of the piece is the clue. The write-up drips with the Author's syrupy condescension. This, naturally, eviscerates whatever there might have been of even-handedness. There is a bit of information in the last two sections. In fact, these could have formed the basis for an interesting look at the issue at hand. However, they are too little too late to make amends, so to speak. If you like your particular inclinations reinforced then this is for you. On the other hand, if you're looking for some probing insight, look elsewhere.
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May 28, 2020
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"A fact check is a useful tool to keep politicians honest, unless you're Donald Trump..." No bother to read further, this is biased from the start, do not waste your time on this rubbish.
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