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President Trump’s administration rolled out a tool on Wednesday for highlighting social media accounts that might be subjected to astray censorship since of “political bias.”
The administration “is fighting for giveaway debate online,” a White House tweeted on Wednesday. “No matter your views, if we think domestic disposition has caused we to be censored or silenced online, we wish to hear about it!”
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The pierce follows months of ring between Trump and social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook and Google. Trump has regularly indicted these platforms of censoring regressive voices, that a companies have vehemently denied. The boss has even threatened to umpire a platforms by supervision intervention.
Trump met with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey in Apr after claiming he had mislaid supporters on Twitter, that a boss attributed to political bias.
The boss called a assembly with Dorsey to discuss, in part, “protecting a health of a open review forward of a 2020 U.S. elections,” Twitter pronounced in a statement.
The Trump administration’s new apparatus is a portal where people can contention information about suspected instances of censorship or plea on amicable media. It’s on a Web at http://www.wh.gov/techbias
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“SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS should allege FREEDOM OF SPEECH,” a apparatus says. “Yet too many Americans have seen their accounts suspended, banned, or fraudulently reported for misleading “violations” of user policies. No matter your views, if we think domestic disposition caused such an movement to be taken opposite you, share your story with President Trump.”