U.S. Senate prepares to subpoena Big Tech CEOs, again


    The Senate Commerce Committee has voted unanimously to authorize subpoenas of the CEOs of Facebook, Google and Twitter forcing them to testify in front of the panel about Section 230, a law that protects tech companies from being legally liable for their users’ content. (The Wall Street Journal, CNBC)

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