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Kenny Stancil, staff writer
"America is facing a crisis of online misinformation that is eroding faith in our democratic institutions, threatening public health, stoking radical extremism, and fanning the flames of hatred and division," an anti-monopoly coalition warned on April 15, 2021. (Photo Illustration: Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
"Truth is under siege, and Big Tech platforms have become too big to care—they must be reined in."
Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Digital rights advocates are once again warning against repealing Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.
"Of course Facebook wants to see changes to Section 230. Because they know it...
Jon Queally, staff writer
"The findings, from Jan. 9 through Friday," reports the Washington Post, "highlight how falsehoods flow across social media sites—reinforcing and amplifying each other—and offer an early indication of how concerted actions against misinformation can make a difference." (Image: Gage Skidmore/Flickr/cc)
After Trump's lies disappeared from Twitter and Facebook, the dissemination of...

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The rapture was brief, but real. For 11 hallowed minutes Thursday evening, the Tweeter-in-Chief was silenced when his account went down, relaying a message that millions of people had prayed, hoped, nay yearned for: "@realDonaldTrump does not exist.” People "gathered in the Twitter streets to celebrate" the one brief shining moment - a gift, it turned out, from a defiant Twitter employee on his or her last day. To that bold patriot: Your Cross of Lenin is in the mail.