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The White House wants to know if you’ve been ‘censored or silenced’ by social media

TechCrunch Wednesday, 15 May 2019
It’s no secret that the Trump administration has been at war with social media. In the past year, the president has accused several online giants of censoring conservative voices, in particular giants like Twitter, Google and Facebook. The Trump Administration is fighting for free speech online. No matter your views, if you suspect political bias […]
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The White House has debuted a tool for reporting social media bias.

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