After Trump bashing, tech firms gird for congressional grilling


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  • Tuesday, 04 Sep 2018

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WASHINGTON: After days of vitriol from US President Donald Trump, big Silicon Valley firms face lawmakers in the coming week with a chance to burnish their image – or face a fresh bashing. 

Top executives from Twitter and Facebook were to appear in two hearings on Sept 5, with Google’s participation a question mark. 

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