Federal government grills social media sites

The Justice Department calls a meeting to discuss claims that social media sites are deliberately blocking the free exchange of ideas on their platforms.
0:52 | 09/06/18

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In today's advise the federal government is looking at this social media say the Justice Department has called a meeting with state officials to discuss claims companies like FaceBook and Twitter. Maybe deliberately blocking the free exchange of ideas on their platforms the companies deny any bias. Over is expanding its blocking of low rated riders get over customers in Australia New Zealand will be removed from the atmosphere rating goes below four stars. The company says of that move is aimed at improving passenger behavior. The practices already implemented in Brazil and other countries no word if that's coming to the US. At a golf course wants to boost membership so what's using a drone to deliver burgers and drinks. If people on the course as your own lowers the food down on a row after players order using and app. And began beating him to bring you know damn she's her busy to check back Saturday that could come.

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