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By Chris Woodward, OneNewsNow, February 4, 2021
It’s news that Facebook and Twitter won’t like, but legislators in Florida are discussing ways to fight back against Big Tech censorship.
One proposal in the Florida Senate would force Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms to give users a month’s notice before their accounts are disabled or suspended. The bill was filed after Twitter suspended President Trump’s account.
Another proposal that was to be filed Tuesday would prohibit companies from suspending the account of a political candidate and be subject to a fine of $100,000 for each day the account of a statewide candidate is blocked, or $10,000 a day for other office seekers.
The proposal also would allow consumers to sue if they have been treated unfairly and would authorize the state attorney general to take on the country’s largest tech companies for anti-competitive practices. Social media companies would be required to reveal how they became aware of any content they censor. …
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