Opponents slam bill reining in content regulation by social media platforms
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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.
Democrats are all opposed (naturally). Easy to see who these social media platforms are biased against politically.
When the censorship is one sided and the fact checkers are merely exerting their own opinions (and that’s been admitted to btw) not actual facts there needs to be something done..