Tue. Oct 19th, 2021

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Google CEO Sundar Pichai virtually testify at a House Judiciary Antitrust Subcommittee, along with Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and Apple’s Tim Cook, about their company’s seeming dominance in the distribution of news and censorship.
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Facebook, Google CEOs Questioned On Spread Of Misinformation, Free Speech | NBC News NOW

5 thoughts on “Facebook, Google CEOs Questioned On Spread Of Misinformation, Free Speech | NBC News NOW”
  1. Freedom of speech is design to protect us against the government, not protect Trump from social media. I am sure using tear gas on peaceful protestor is more unconstitutional than removing a video.

  2. America has never had a president FAIL so terribly and so DERELICT in his duty.
    VOTE BLUE and SAVE the USA from the corrupt and compromised assets in the WH and Senate.

  3. Where is the airlines CEOs? the Hotels CEOs? The big corporations CEOs to answer they actions about money received and donated to politicians? I guess is okay when is done behind closed doors🤷‍♀️?
    Do they expect this platform to police everyone’s none sense? If so, guess who should be the first 🤔😉?

  4. But it is OK for Gates and Fauci to say there will be a Vaccine and it will be Safe? Come on come on. What is the difference? #1 Prove to the World that Vaccines are Safe. If so why has the US Government paid out 4 billion to injured parties.

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