After a wide-ranging set of questions that included Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency token and censorship in Vietnam, Marsha Blackburn finished her questioning with a fiery speech against the Big Tech Masters of the Universe and their power.In a hearing today before the Committee on the Judiciary titled “Breaking the News: Censorship, Suppression, and the 2020 Election,” Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) questioned Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on a number of wide-ranging topics before ending her questioning with a fiery speech. Addressing the CEOs, Blackburn stated: “What each of you needs to realize, and you’ve heard it time and again today, you say that you don’t keep a list. Obviously, you have lists because there are some of us who are regularly censored and pulled down by your content moderators. Do we want to see these lists? Yes. How have you built these lists? We want to know. I would remind each of you, you are a Title 1 service, you are an information service, you are to be the new public square but what you are doing with your power that you have derived because federal law gave you the ability to stand up and grow without… Read full this story
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