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Opponents slam bill reining in content regulation by social media platforms



by Dave Williams | Mar 23, 2022 | Capitol Beat News Service 

ATLANTA – Legislation prohibiting giant social media platforms from censoring content based on the author’s viewpoint drew criticism on several fronts Wednesday in a Georgia House committee.

Some opponents argued the bill, which the...

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  1. The federal DOJ should be filing anti-trust lawsuits against big companies like Facebook, Google, Twitter, and Amazon, VISA, Mastercard, Gannett Publishing, and Microsoft. In the past, the feds prosecuted Standard Oil, AT&T, and Kodak for their monopolistic business practices. It’s time to protect consumers from the latest generation of monopolies and their violations of the consumer’s First Amendment rights.

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