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by TrumpShop.Net on Sep 22, 2018

In a sign of President Trump’s increasing frustration with social media companies such as Twitter, Facebook, and Google, Time is now reporting that the White House has drafted an executive order for the Resolute Desk that would see a formal investigation into their business practices. The point of the potential executive order would be to determine whether or not said companies were acting in bad faith, colluding internally or externally to suppress user viewpoints that do not align with the openly liberal biases of the platform owners. In an era where Jack Dorsey — CEO of Twitter — has openly admitted that even his own employees who are of a conservative bent “don’t feel safe to express their opinions at the company,” according to Fox News, it seems that an antitrust investigation into companies that are allegedly censoring user comments and contributions may be in the cards in the near future. The draft document, apparently obtained in advance by Bloomberg News, makes the case for the potential investigation quite plain. The earliest iteration of the executive order drafted by the White House requires the relevant authorities to “thoroughly investigate whether any online platform has acted in violation of the antitrust laws.” Elaborating further, the document calls for all investigatory powers to promote legislative or legal avenues to “protect competition among online platforms and address online platform bias,” within one month f

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