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Twitter, Facebook questioned about censoring Hunter Biden story

Twitter, Facebook questioned about censoring Hunter Biden story

Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook and Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee, where they were asked about the censorship of a New York Post story about Hunter Biden. While Twitter had blocked an article about a laptop and emails said to belong to Hunter Biden, Facebook did not block it entirely, but decided to limit its distribution.

Chris
Chris
Wholly
Wholly 2 months

Blah, blah, blah. It for your own good... You NEVER change someone's mind by silencing them.

Stanley
Stanley 2 months

They are no longer a platform. They are a press--they exercise an editorial function. Therefore, they should subject to the same laws as other presses.

Duane
Duane 2 months

I have no problem with them acting like other media outlets. Just remove their protection that keeps the other media outlets in check. You are either platform like the phone company or you are accountable for your restrictions and allowances.

Max Bants
Max Bants 2 months

Too late. The damage is done. The votes are cast. These manipulators have what they want.

Barry
Barry 2 months

If the users if these services didn't believe every little thing that was posted there we wouldn't have this problem.

Donald
Donald 2 months

How about Ashley Biden's diary? Was confirmed by 2 sources.

Jax Milovitch
Jax Milovitch 2 months

My comment is pretty distracted but DANG Zuck is a weird looking “human”

Somebody
Somebody 2 months

I don't think Zuckerberg has the respect of his employees. Poor leadership , he says one thing and his staff does another. I think his bias is definitely right wing. I can't tell from his staff, it goes either way probably many opinions there.

Thrice Hated
Thrice Hated 2 months

Three links from the right and one irrelevant link from the left.... Puleeease....

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