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The  unprecedented weaponizing of social media sites has led to the rise of disinformation campaigns around the globe, distorting and shaping public opinion, and affecting public policy, elections, governments, civil society, and democratic processes.   At least 70 countries around the globe have been affected  by social media manipulation. Now, will move forward to set new rules to clarify the meaning of a key legal protection for social media companies. The announcement came over angst expressed anger over Twitter Inc's decision to bar sharing a New York Post story about Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's son. Many legal experts and internet companies argue the FCC has no authority to issue regulations under Section 230. Unfortunately, you're probably going to see exactly what power the federal agency has, particularly under the auspice of national security. Has big tech finally pushed to far? If so, look for new regulations to emerge. https://www.freepress.net/news/press-releases/fcc-chairman-moves-regulate-internet-sites-and-social-media-refuse-amplify ................................................................................. #politics #twitter #hunterbiden #truth #trump
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