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YouTube said on Tuesday it had barred the right-wing outlet One America News Network from posting new videos for a week after it broke the site's rules against content that claims there is a guaranteed cure for COVID-19.
After Trump leaves office, Twitter and Facebook will take different approaches to handling his posts
Among the questions that came up at the US Senate Judiciary Committee hearing was how Facebook and Twitter will treat the posts of President Trump after he leaves the White House in January 2021, when president-elect Joe Biden takes office.
The chief executive officers of Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc fielded the latest round of complaints from US senators who remain divided on how to regulate the companies heading into 2021.
The CEOs of Facebook and Twitter are being summoned before Congress to defend their handling of disinformation in the 2020 presidential election, even as lawmakers questioning them are deeply divided over the election’s integrity and results.
Facebook and Google are extending the bans for at least the next few weeks to curb the spread of election misinformation.
Frustrated conservatives, bristling at perceived bias against them on Facebook Inc’s social network, have found a solution: moving to Parler, the app that reached No. 1 in downloads following Joe Biden’s win in the US presidential election.
Democrats and Republicans alike missed the point on Oct 28, when members of the US Senate Commerce Committee had their last chance before the election to grill the CEOs of Facebook, Twitter, and Google.
Here is a look at the stances of Republican President Trump and his Democratic opponent, Joe Biden, on some key tech policy issues.
US senators clashed with technology CEOs on Oct 28 over legal immunity and suppression of content on social media as a contentious hearing kicked off on reforming rules governing Internet platforms.
Less than a week before Election Day, the CEOs of Twitter, Facebook and Google are set to face a grilling by Republican senators who accuse the tech giants of anti-conservative bias. Democrats are trying to expand the discussion to include other issues such as the companies’ heavy impact on local news.