Will Legislators Act To Safeguard Our Elections From Social Media Censorship In TN?

As We Head Toward The 2022 Midterms, Many Conservative And Republican Voices Have Been Banned From Social Media – Including Our Likely Presidential Candidate In 2024. Will Our Tennessee Lawmakers Propose Legislation To Safeguard Our Elections From Social Media Censorship And The Harm It Will Cause Our Republican Party At The Federal And State Level?

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TN Reps, China Task Force Warn Twitter CEO Of Communist China’s Malign Activity

U.S. Republican Representatives From Tennessee, Diana Harshbarger And Mark Green, Along With Other Members Of The China Task Force, Have Sent A Letter To Twitter’s New CEO, Parag Agrawal, Warning Him Of The Chinese Communist Party’s Malign Activity On Twitter.

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Weary Of Social Media Prying, Lawmakers Delve Into Data Privacy

TN Legislators Plan To Push Forward With Legislation Designed To Let Tennesseans Know What Companies Are Doing With Their Data When They Sign A Contract.

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Nashville Schools Administrator Publicizes Support of Critical Race Theory

A Key Member Of Metro Nashville Public Schools’ Administration Took To Twitter Over The Weekend To Promote Critical Race Theory.

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Republicans Debate Breaking Up Big Tech After Trump’s Facebook Suspension

Many Republicans In Congress Have Reignited Their Calls To Break Up The Big Tech Companies After Facebook Announced Last Week They Would Maintain The Suspension Of Former President Donald Trump’s Account.

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Tennessee Principal Sues Shelby County Schools For Violating First Amendment Rights

A Memphis-Area High School Principal Has Filed Suit Against Shelby County Schools For Violating First Amendment Rights After He Was Suspended For Telling Students Social Media & Technology Companies Pose A Threat To Free Speech.

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Tennessee Anti-Porn Activist’s ‘Stop Social Media Censorship Act’ Gains Traction In Missouri

A “Stop Social Media Censorship Act” Bill, Drafted By A Tennessee Activist, Has Been Circulating In State Capitols For Several Years With Little Traction But, As Of Tuesday, The Model Legislation Has Been Introduced In One Form Or Another In All 50 State Legislatures.

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