France, Google And Facebook Push For Worldwide Hate Speech RegulationChris Menahan
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"The same big tech companies that are wary of being regulated by the US government in order to protect free speech, will gladly volunteer to be regulated by foreign governments so that they can restrict free speech," NewsBusters' Alexander Hall reports.
The French government and U.S. tech giants are pushing for a worldwide initiative to regulate the internet — including the issue of hate speech.Big tech monopolies like Google and Facebook are exactly why antitrust laws were created.
No corporation should be allowed to amass such power, especially considering how they're colluding together to silence dissidents and using their power to interfere in and rig our elections.
By rigging their search results and banning and demoting right-wing voices while promoting left-wing garbage, these companies have effectively given hundreds of millions if not billions of dollars or more to Democrats in in-kind contributions, which is totally illegal.
They need to be held accountable and Trump's new acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker needs to move against them.
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