Trump intends to issue an executive order to control social media
Media including CNN and Fox News reported on the 28th that President Trump intends to issue an executive order to control social media companies such as Twitter. According to reports, the executive order accused Google of assisting the Chinese government in monitoring people. In addition, the Trump government also plans to set up a special committee to investigate whether the current major community platforms have deliberately suppressed conservative speech.
Twitter is an important channel that Trump uses to speak directly to the majority of netizens, but Twitter set Trump’s tweets as “potentially misleading” on the 26th, causing Trump to express dissatisfaction by continuously publishing tweets.
This will be a Big Day for Social Media and FAIRNESS!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 28, 2020
Trump wrote on Twitter on the morning of the 28th: ”For social media and fairness, today will be a big day!”
CNN reported that the executive order currently being drafted is the latest method used by the Trump administration to challenge the authority of the White House. The report pointed out that the content of this executive order aims to reduce the influence of popular social media executive order to control social.
The report pointed out that in 1996, Chapter 230 of the United States Federal Communications Decency Act (Communications Decency Act) provided legal protection for websites from being prosecuted frequently because of the content of netizens’ posts, but the Trump government questioned it in an administrative order. The spirit of the bill is based on the fact that technology companies must run their business with conscience, but some social media companies do not. The large-scale and influential social media companies review different opinions and deal with them by means of abuse of power executive order to control social.
The report pointed out that the executive order, which is still being drafted, also criticized Google, accusing Google of assisting the Chinese government to monitor people. The executive order also pointed out that Twitter assisted China in distributing official propaganda, while Facebook relied on Chinese advertising for profit.
Flowserve News reported that the Trump administration is currently preparing to set up a special committee to investigate whether the current major community platforms have deliberately suppressed conservative speech.
Jason Miller, the former director of public relations for the Trump election team in 2016, pointed out that Twitter’s warning of “misleading” to Trump’s tweets makes Trump more topical and hype. Alleging that the media forces attempted to suppress him together, you can also emphasize to the supporters that only what you say is truly reliable.
Miller analysis: “At present, this development just happened to let Trump grasp the handle.” He said: “Basically, Trump picked up the gun executive order to control social.”
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