Twitter CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey gestures while interacting with students at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in New Delhi on November 12, 2018.
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The Trump Management on Wednesday opened an online form where Americans can share instances where they have been censored by social media platforms like Facebook and YouTube.
In the form, users ask to share their contact information, social media links, their citizenship and residence permits and links or screenshots of all social media content they have published that were censored by Facebook or its Instagram service, Twitter or Google's YouTube.
"This license grants the US Government a license to use, edit, display, publish, transmit, transmit, post or otherwise distribute all or part of the Content (including edited, composite or derivative works made therefrom)", reads the user agreement on the form.
The new house's new form comes as more politicians are regulating against online platforms, focusing on Facebook specifically. Several 2020 democratic presidential candidates, including Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, have said they would consider breaking up Facebook.
Meanwhile, Facebook is expecting to face a fine of up to $ 5 billion by the Federal Trade Commission in conjunction with the Company's March 201
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