The Key Points of Trump’s Executive Order on Social Media Censorship

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by Allum Bokhari

President Donald Trump signed an executive order today aimed at addressing social media censorship. Breitbart News has broken down the order into its key components, which include defining social media as the “modern public square,” and potentially changing Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, the crucial legal protection enjoyed exclusively by the Big Tech Masters of the Universe. Read the rest HERE.

I don’t think Jack at Twitter liked it very much:

Hat tip:@M2Madness

 

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1 Response to The Key Points of Trump’s Executive Order on Social Media Censorship

  1. Joe Z says:

    Check out: LewRockwell.com. Yvonne Lorenzo has a 5-29-2020 article titled, “A Free Speech Alternative to You Tube”. Scroll half way down the article and there’s a video titled “Meet Bill Gates”. This video is NOT your typical lefty load of crap praising the four-eyed worm.

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