Jordan Subpoenas Big Tech Execs Over Potential Censorship

  • The House Judiciary Committee, led by Ohio Republican Rep. Jim Jordan, released a statement Wednesday announcing subpoenas for Big Tech executives concerning censorship practices and free speech issues.
  • “Today, House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan subpoenaed the chief executive officers of Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Meta, and Microsoft for documents and communications relating to the federal government’s reported collusion with Big Tech to suppress free speech,” the statement began.
  • “The House Judiciary Committee has repeatedly attempted to engage with the five companies sinceĀ last December. Unfortunately, the companies have not adequately complied with our requests.”
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