Trump White House Launches Website Where Victims of Tech Censorship Can Report It

There has long been a struggle between the Silicon Valley tech giants and conservatives. The right has long claimed that their voice was unable to be heard on social media. Now the Trump White  House launches a website where the victims of tech censorship can report that this has happened and tell their story.

Just a couple weeks ago President Trump lashed out at Facebook when several conservatives were banned from the platform.

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The website was launched yesterday. It gives Americans to put the bias from tech companies on display. Many conservatives have been shadowbanned and censored and this gives those people a chance to have their voice heard.

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