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White House requests reports of 'censorship' and your email address

engadget Wednesday, 15 May 2019
Following up on political arguments over charges of "censorship" on social media, the White House has linked to a questionnaire on TypeForm.com where it's collecting reports of bias. In a tweet, the White House encouraged entries "no matter your view...
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