Republicans, led by Donald Trump, have bombarded complaints against big tech companies on social media platforms that they accuse without evidence of intentionally suppressing conservative, religious, and anti-abortion views
The Commerce Committee of the Senate called on Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Google’s Sundar Pichai to testify on Wednesday. Facebook is not accepting any new political ads. Although earlier ads will be released
There is less than a week left in the US presidential election. Social media companies may have to face problems before this. It is reported that the CEOs of Twitter, Facebook and Google are to be questioned. These are called in the senate.
Republican lawmakers accused
According to the information, it has been alleged by Republican lawmakers that Tech companies show an inclination towards Conservative opposition. Now he is going to be questioned. The Democrat Party wants to cover issues such as the impact of companies on local news and to push the discussion forward. The Senate’s Commerce Committee heard Twitter CEO Jack Dorsi, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Google’s Sundar Pichai on Wednesday Is called to testify.
After being threatened with summons, officers have agreed to be remotely appealed.
A barrage of complaints against tech companies
Republicans, led by President Donald Trump in an election environment, have bombarded complaints against big tech companies on social media platforms, which they accuse without evidence of intentionally suppressing conservative, religious, and anti-abortion views. The protest began when Facebook and Twitter in the same month restricted the spread of a political story against Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden from the New York Post, leaning toward the Conservatives.
It is said that this was a story which was not published by any other publication. It was e-mailed by Biding’s son Hunter. It is said that Trump’s colleagues got this email.
Try to suppress corruption
When Trump was asked by reporters on Tuesday, he said that his opponents were trying to suppress the revelations of Biden’s ‘corruption’. They do not want to show corruption. It sounds like you’re with Biden. Trump said that it is completely corruption and everyone knows it. it’s so unfair. Has anyone ever seen anything like this? This is not freedom of the press, it is the opposite.
Social media giants are under investigation
Social media giants are also under investigation for their efforts to spread misinformation about the election. Twitter and Facebook have put a false information label on the President’s content, which has around 80 million followers. Trump has exposed the possibility of massive fraud in the vote-by-mail process. Facebook has not been accepting any new political ads since Tuesday. However, previously booked political advertisements will be able to run till the close of elections on Tuesday.
Google also stopped new ads
YouTube owner Google is also stopping political advertisements after the election is closed. Twitter has banned all political advertisements after the close of elections. Twitter also banned all political advertisements last year. Apart from questioning the CEOs (CEOs), MPs will also examine the long-pending legal security for online speech.
Companies get a chance to run responsibly
Critics in both parties say that companies get a chance to flee their responsibility for objectively liberal content. Tech platforms are gateways to online news. Critics say the tech platform’s tremendous presence in the advertising market has crushed the American news industry.