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PETITION: End Big Tech Censorship

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey will appear before members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee on March 25.

The Committee is soliciting public comment ahead of the hearing. Add your name and tell us how Big Tech social media companies have been biased against conservatives like you.

There is a growing problem with big tech censorship, our freedom of speech is under attack.
Big tech companies wield significant influence on our politics and culture. Their practices and biases are a matter of serious public interest and ongoing political debate.

Twitter has even suspended the account of Mike Davis founder and president of the Internet Accountability Project (IAP), a leading voice in the conservative grassroots movement to hold Big Tech accountable and defend free and open political debate online.

Amazon, Google, Facebook, Twitter misrepresent the nature of the services they are offering to the public. They claim they are platforms free from political bias, but that is unequivocally not the case. We cannot allow them to continue to deceive the public.

Don’t get silenced by Big Tech. The Internet Accountability Project will go to battle on your behalf.

Sign your name and tell us how Big Tech censored YOU.

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    PETITION: Tell Facebook to Stop Banning Conservatives Like President Trump

    Facebook’s oversight board will soon evaluate the social media company’s decision to ban President Trump. Stand for free speech and against censorship by signing the Internet Accountability Project’s petition against Facebook’s decision.

    This isn’t just about President Trump or even his more than 70 million voters. It’s about the ideals that form the foundation of our country: open dialogue, free speech, due process, fairness and protection from mob rule.

    Sign your name below to fight back against censorship. Unlike the Big Tech giants, the Internet Accountability Project pledges to never sell or share your personal information, which is your property. 

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      Unlike the Big Tech monopolies, the Internet Accountability Project pledges to never sell or share your personal information, which is your property.