Analysis: Two words describe the Senate's latest Big Tech hearing: Worthless and petty

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I think the watershed moment here is that Facebook relies on fact checkers that prefer liberal sources such as the NY Times and Wash Post and Mother Jones more than the NY Post and Wash Times.

In the ideal situation, Instagram would be spun off and run by a conservative CEO and that Twitter would be split up

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