Jeff Sessions is Concerned about Social Media Firms as it 'Stifle' Free Speech

The Justice Department has confirmed that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has expressed a “growing concern” that social media giants may be “hurting competition” and “intentionally stifling” free speech and expression on their platform.
It was announced after Facebook and Twitter top executives testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee Wednesday morning, addressing criticism that their online platforms failed to combat foreign interference in US elections.
It is not clear which state attorneys general would attend. Representatives for the attorneys general in New York, Connecticut and Iowa said that they had not been contacted.
At the time of hearing, members of Congress also expressed their concerns of bias on social media, and whether conservative speech has been censored or excluded from platforms. There is a claim that Donald Trump has routinely touted; the US president alleged in a tweet last week that Google search results for “Trump News” were “rigged” by “National left-wing media”.
“Google and others are suppressing voices of Conservatives and hiding information and news that is good,” he wrote on Twitter. “They are controlling what we can [and] cannot see. This is a very serious situation-will be addressed!”
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