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Big Tech CEOs will face 'anti-conservative bias' claims at hearing. They're BS—and dangerous.

Mashable Tuesday, 28 July 2020
When the CEOs of Big Tech testify in Congress on Wednesday, they’ll almost certainly be hit with a dubious and regular Republican talking point: censorship of conservative voices on social media.

President Donald Trump and other politicians and pundits on the right love to complain that social media companies “censor...
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A historic antitrust hearing is happening today on Capitol Hill. The CEO's of the worlds biggest tech companies will be grilled by lawmakers over whether the size of their companies stifles competition.

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