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Tech CEO’s Hold Private Forum With Congress On AI Policy

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has been talking for months about accomplishing a potentially impossible task: passing bipartisan legislation within the next year that encourages the rapid development of artificial intelligence and mitigates its biggest risks.

The closed-door forum on Capitol Hill included almost two dozen tech executives, tech advocates, civil rights groups and labor leaders. All 100 senators were invited; the public was not.

Read More:  Newsmax

Twitter And Facebook Met With DHS On Censoring Americans

Executives from Facebook and Twitter, including the recently-fired head of trust & safety Vijaya Gadde, held regular meetings with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to discuss censorship on a wide range of topics, including the withdrawal from Afghanistan, coronavirus, and “racial justice,” according to leaked documents.

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Democrats Introduce Media Cartel Bill To Punish Conservative News Outlets

A new version of the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA) is circulating that is worse than the original. It allows mainstream, legacy and left-wing media to form exclusionary media cartels and then empowers them with extraordinary collective-bargaining power to collude with Big Tech companies. The amendments serve only to spell out in greater specificity how to exclude conservative and anti-establishment media from any alleged benefits.

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144 Million Times Big Tech Has Censored Conservatives

The Media Research Center has published the results of a study on secondhand censorship — those who are affected by censorship by being denied access to the content they were seeking out. The study found 144 million times that users have been affected by censorship of conservative figures alone — and that astonishing number occurred in just the first three months of 2022.

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Big Tech and Facebook to Target Manifestos and Far-Right Groups

Counter terrorism organization the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism’s (GIFCT) database, formed by some of the biggest big tech companies, like Facebook and Mircosoft, is expanding the types of content they will clamp down on.

Up until now it has targetted graphic images and videos of terrorist activities, mostly involving Islamic terrorist groups.

However, as on next month it plans to  add attacker manifestos – often shared by sympathizers after white supremacist violence.

Read More: Reuters