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    • Facebook, Twitter, and Google to be called before Congress again

      Not too long ago, tech giants Facebook, Twitter, and Alphabet, the parent company of Google, were called to testify before Congress about their alleged roles in foreign meddling of the 2016 Presidential Election. Now those same companies are being asked to return to Washington to testify about their part in the dissemination of extremist propaganda.

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  • How the Social Media Dumpster Fire Hijacked the Election

    … effectively enforced the false narrative. True supporters huddled in private groups where it was safe to talk about her positives. Pantsuit Nation was formed in October, and it grew to more than 3.6 million ardent Clinton supporters in under one month. On the upside, a historic number of women were elected to Congress, bringing the total number…

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  • Cruz-Duffy bill would put brakes on IANA transition

    … America’s continuing unique oversight role in the DNS root management system, fuck yeah! That’s basically the takeaway from a new bit of proposed US legislation, put forward by Sen. Ted Cruz and Rep. Sean Duffy in both houses of Congress yesterday. The two Republican Congressmen have proposed the inappropriately named Protecting Internet…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 11 readers -
  • Facebook’s Trending Challenge: Curator vs. Unbiased News Surfacing

    …. Facebook is a primary source of news for many users now, and that segment is growing. Therefore, it seems deeply unethical that Facebook would manipulate a feature users expect to be based on buzz. Facebook denied the accusations, yet the allegations have provoked inquiries from members of Congress. Facebook isn’t necessarily struggling to compete…

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  • Former GoDaddy VP apes Trump in Congressional bid

    … Republican, recently announced his retirement, but Jones will face at least three established local politicians in the contest for the nomination. Jones stood for the Republican nomination for Arizona Governor in 2014, but came third in the seven-strong field, with 16.6% of the vote. Tweet Tagged: christine jones, congress, godaddy …

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