Big Tech companies are in the hot seat for kids’ online safety. Youth is a captive audience, which has put a harsh spotlight on social media platforms.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal (R-Conn.) has continued his attacks on social media giant Facebook. In a series of tweets Sunday, Blumenthal derided Facebook Vice President of Global Affairs, Nick Clegg for his appearances on several corporate media news outlets.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal (R-Conn.) doubled down on his calls for Facebook’s CEO to testify before the Senate following a whistleblower’s claims. In an interview Wednesday, the Republican lawmaker said Mark Zuckerberg has an obligation to tell the public about how his company is weaponizing hate speech and endangering children.
The Senate Commerce Subcommittee held a hearing on the impact Facebook had on young people. On Capitol Hill Tuesday, former Facebook Product Manager for Civil Misinformation, Frances Haugen testified before the committee about the harmful effects the company had on adolescents.
Democrat Sen. Amy Klobuchar (Minn.) has admitted Facebook and other Big Tech giants were stirring up political division in the U.S. Speaking after a congressional hearing with a Facebook whistleblower, Klobuchar called for a reform of regulations for social media.
Brooke Rollins, president and CEO of America First Policy Institute, gives The Real Story on the fight to take on Big Tech.
Major ‘woke’ corporations like Coca-Cola and Major League Baseball are attacking Georgia over its new voter ID laws. However, the same corporations are all too happy to do business with communist China. One America’s Pearson Sharp explains.
Google is coming under increased scrutiny over its actions during the Obama administration, as many still seek to characterize the tech giant as a monopoly. One America’s Jack Posobiec has more from Washington.
In Focus UPDATED 1:21 PM PT – Wednesday, March 24, 2021 Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) on Social Media Censorship