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US Senate Panel Votes to Subpoena Twitter, Facebook CEOs Over “Censorship” of NY Post Reporting

US Senate Panel Votes to Subpoena Twitter, Facebook CEOs Over “Censorship” of NY Post Reporting
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By Staff, Agencies

The US Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday voted to authorize its chairman to issue subpoenas that would force the chief executives of Facebook and Twitter to testify at a hearing on what the panel's Republicans described as censorship.

They voted 12-0 to authorize the subpoenas for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to testify on their "suppression and/or censorship of articles from the New York Post" that alleged about possible corruption on the part of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son Hunter.

The move comes after the two social media rushed to limit the spread of the New York Post’s recent bombshell story about Hunter Biden’s Ukraine-related business dealings.

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