Three Biggest Social Media Heads Subpeoned By Senate

Social Media Platforms

The three largest social media sites have had their CEOs subpoened by the senate. There have been various recent subpoenas in recent months. For various organizational heads from the big four. These have come from different committees of both the senate and congress. This is as a result of the perception that these organisations have unparalleled power. The monopoly and influence they can deploy are complex. Let alone talk about their resources that are too vast to contemplate. Their reach extends and can turn public opinion. With the obvious implications and consequences that can place on all endeavours. Including both private and public lives and including elections.

Focus is on what is allowed on their behemoth platforms with unparallelled  legal protections. Another is privacy and misinformation reach.

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