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Donald Trump’s threat to regulate Twitter likely to hit roadblocks: legal experts

U.S. President Donald Trump, angered by the first Twitter fact-check alert on one of his tweets, can’t unilaterally regulate or close social media companies, and any effort would likely require action by Congress and be challenged by the courts, experts say. But he could conceivably make life more miserable for Silicon Valley. CBC | World News

Twitter Rules Donald Trump’s ‘Liberate’ Tweets Don’t Violate Coronavirus Specific Guidelines

After several complaints from various groups about the recent spate of tweets from President Donald Trump, Twitter ruled his “liberate” posts did not violate the social media platform’s coronavirus guidelines. A representative of the site reached out to the Washington Examiner and said the meaning behind the tweets was too vague to take action against. “The use of ‘liberate’ in the Tweets you referenced is vague and unclear, and not… Read More »Twitter Rules Donald Trump’s ‘Liberate’ Tweets Don’t Violate Coronavirus Specific Guidelines