Douglas Murray expresses concern over partisan framing of new rules
British journalist and writer “Crowd madness” Douglas Murray slammed the Big Tech companies on Tuesday, saying that the time to regulate them is “prolonged”, but cautioned that he was worried about who would be to reinstate them and the new rules What can happen
During an appearance on “Granthshala & Friends”, Murray slammed Silicon Valley, claiming that his companies “have galvanized everything” and were subject to monopoly law and merger commissions in other corporations over the years .
The British writer and journalist told Steve Dokie that the “core of the issue” is that tech companies are skewed to the left and that they can imagine a situation in which lawmakers try to “pretend” that the issue with Big Tech is conservative. is. Voices on the platform.
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“We can’t talk about resumes in big technology and only talk about conservative voices” Murray said.
Murray said Iran’s supreme leader and the Chinese Communist Party can “campaign” on Twitter with “complete freedom and equality”, while former President Trump was banned from the stage.
Murray also questioned “who does what” and “what the new rules are, warning against partisanship in the law-making process as a political power grab.”
In recent months there has been a strong increase in backlash against tech companies.
In a new release from Project Veritas, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other tech executives appeared to accept that they have “too much power”, while also hoping to work with the Biden administration on pressing issues for the American people , Such as the COIDID-19 reaction.
Additionally, the former Rep. Basil Gabbard, D-Hawaii, recently criticized Big Tech, stating that he “should not be able to pick and choose which of you is to be voiced, and which not.”