Tweets from Congress below taken from 4PIA Pulse
Democrats
Republicans
Sen. Mark Warner  | 00:02 pm
Rep. Paul A. Gosar  | 00:41 pm
A big part of that involves promoting competition in these markets by providing control, choice, and flexibility for users. The history of U.S. communications law offers many important lessons we can draw from in crafting new frameworks for tech platforms.
Congress needs to hold #BigTech accountable for censoring political speech. No one, especially Silicon Valley, should be able to deprive us of our First Amendment rights.I am proud to join my colleagues, led by @RepGosar, in introducing the Stop the Censorship Act of 2020
Rep. Jerrold Nadler  | 11:58 am
Rep. Doug Collins  | 00:18 pm
Today, during @HouseJudiciary’s big tech antitrust investigation hearing, I asked Mark Zuckerberg to explain how Facebook’s 2012 purchase of Instagrama direct competitorwas not a prime example of anti-competitive monopolization. Zuckerberg’s answer proved my point.
Big Techs competitive advantage allows them to control and even censor free expression. Its time to repeal Section 230 once and for all.
Sen. Mark Warner  | 11:20 am
Sen. Tom Cotton  | 11:52 am
Two years ago I released a set of proposals aimed at bringing greater transparency, accountability, competition, and fairness to the digital economy and reining in the Wild West era of unregulated tech.
Google still can’t get over the fact that Hillary Clinton lost, so they’re using their monopolistic power to try to rig this election.
Rep. Jerrold Nadler  | 11:58 am
Rep. Jim Jordan  | 10:48 am
Today, during @HouseJudiciary’s big tech antitrust investigation hearing, I asked Mark Zuckerberg to explain how Facebook’s 2012 purchase of Instagrama direct competitorwas not a prime example of anti-competitive monopolization.
Big techs out to get conservatives. Its time they face the consequences.

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