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Leaked Executive Order Would Let US Gov Control Social Media

Futurism Monday, 12 August 2019
Leaked Executive Order Would Let US Gov Control Social MediaTrump is working on doing something that many Twitter users could only dream about: enlisting the federal government to make sure his posts get more likes. A leaked draft of an executive order reviewed by CNN Business would give the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) broader power to regulate how social media sites like […]

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