June 6, 2023
The Chamber of Progress, a tech industry coalition backed by companies such as Google and Meta, released statements and a study arguing against the California Journalism Preservation Act (CJPA), stating it would primarily benefit conservative media outlets.
“Labeling conservative outlets as ‘disinformation’ has long been a strategy of leftists to discredit any news outlet that doesn’t toe the line of liberal groupthink,” Founder and President of the Internet Accountability Project Mike Davis told the DCNF. “The Chamber of Progress is a radical group that seeks to instill far left ideology in everything it touches, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that it would advocate for censorship of conservative or even moderate outlets. Conservative publications and independent journalists are the most likely to be victims of censorship from the gatekeepers at Big Tech, and the CJPA would take a sledgehammer to that power by making them finally pay conservative outlets.”
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