A man works at an Amazon fulfillment center in Staten Island, New York. The retail giant faces a major labor battle with a unionization vote planned at a similar warehouse in Alabama.
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said on Wednesday that he believes tech companies that banned President Trump from various social media platforms was a move that sets a dangerous precedent for a free Internet.
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is shown testifying at a Senate hearing on Capitol Hill last October. Facebook and Twitter announced new actions to curb the spread of misinformation.
Roy Austin Jr. has been named Facebook's vice president of civil rights, a new position within the company with the mandate to oversee its accountability on racial hatred and discrimination on its platform.
Pro-Trump protesters gathered in front of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday. On social media sites both fringe and mainstream, right-wing extremists made plans for violence on Jan. 6.
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Twitter on Wednesday removed three of President Trump's tweets over violations of its policies and warned that Trump's account could be kicked off the platform if he continues to break the rules.
In the Tuesday order, President Trump suggested such software poses "an unacceptable risk to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States."
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