The Democratic National Committee (DNC) has officially vowed to ban all conservatives from social media before the 2024 presidential election. The DNC’s pro-censorship stand could compromise bipartisan Big Tech bills, according to critics.
The DNC has published a document titled “Recommendations for Combating Online Misinformation.” The document contains a plan that calls for more censorship online.
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Infowars.com reports: Among other things, the DNC recommended that tech companies should “enforce rules on hate speech consistently and comprehensively,” “promote authoritative news over highly engaging news in content algorithms, and “enforce a comprehensive political misinformation policy.”
Perhaps the most alarming recommendation was for companies to “establish a policy against the distribution of hacked materials.” In the weeks leading up to 2020 presidential election, Big Tech platforms like Twitter suppressed a story involving Joe Biden’s son Hunter, which, according to some, could have swayed the election. At the time, Twitter claimed the story was based on “hacked” material.
In the document, the DNC admits that it partnered with tech companies.
“The DNC is working with major social media companies to combat platform manipulation and train our campaigns on how best to secure their accounts and protect their brands against disinformation,” the plan said. “Social media companies are ultimately responsible for combating abuse and disinformation on their systems, but as an interested party, we’ve compiled this comparative policy analysis to present social media companies with additional potential solutions.”
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