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Donald Trump vs Silicon Valley : Tech Bias Story Sharing Tool is the Website where you can complain to President Trump on Censorship


The website app, named Tech Bias Story Sharing Tool, urges citizens to share their personal stories of censorship on social media. Regardless of the nature of the individual’s views, posts or politics, the user is invited to ‘tell Trump’. The website states:

"No matter your views, if you suspect political bias caused such an action to be taken against you, share your story with President Trump.SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS should advance FREEDOM OF SPEECH. Yet too many Americans have seen their accounts suspended, banned, or fraudulently reported for unclear “violations” of user policies."
In what amounts to perhaps the first retaliation against Silicon Valley since they went full-SJW, the tool is a reminder that foundational principles, such as freedom of speech, won’t be given up lightly. This comes just hours after President Trump rejected calls to censor the internet in the wake of the events surrounding the Christchurch Massacre in New Zealand.

Politicians from New Zealand and France drafted a proposal which demands countries ‘improve their moderation practices’. The White House stated that it agrees with the need to crack down on terrorist activity, but that large scale censorship is not the best way to achieve it. The White House response read:

“We continue to be proactive in our efforts to counter terrorist content online while also continuing to respect freedom of expression and freedom of the press. Further, we maintain that the best tool to defeat terrorist speech is productive speech, and thus we emphasize the importance of promoting credible, alternative narratives as the primary means by which we can defeat terrorist messaging.”
The news has already produced a sour reaction on left-wing news sites, which claim the President is more interested in policing anti-conservative bias than ‘hate speech’.

Meanwhile, pundits and commentators on the right see this as the first step in Donald Trump’s bid to build a legal case against Silicon Valley oligarchs.


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  2. The White House created a website where anybody can file a complaint about social media websites violating their First Amendment rights. I already filed two complaint with one being about Facebook and the other one being about Google/YouTube. I didn't file a complaint about the Minds website.

    The Minds website hasn't violated my First Amendment right yet as far as I can tell so I didn't filed a complaint about the Minds website. The website where you can file your complaint about Facebook, Minds, Twitter, Google/YouTube and other social media websites to the White House is down below.

    Report Censorship done by social media website to the White House.;
    https://whitehouse.typeform.com/to/Jti9QH

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