Twitter, Facebook set to guard polices previous to midterms

WASHINGTON – Twitter and facebook executives prefer to defend their companies by 50 % congressional hearings Wednesday, arguing they are aggressively endeavoring to root out foreign actors who would like to carry out the Us harm just weeks before the midterm elections.

Twitter’s CEO may also face angry Republicans who claim nokia’s have indicated evidence of bias against conservatives. In prepared testimony released well before a home hearing Wednesday afternoon, Jack Dorsey says his company would not use political ideology to help make decisions.

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