Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg is potentially facing contempt charges as early as next week. This comes as House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan expresses dissatisfaction with Zuckerberg’s reluctance to provide internal communication records related to alleged censorship efforts. Despite multiple requests and a subpoena issued in February, Jordan finds Meta’s response inadequate. The focus is on Meta’s content moderation policies and potential enforcement actions against disinformation. The committee is particularly interested in internal discussions about new apps like Threads, which raise new censorship concerns. With Republicans holding the majority in the House, the push for accountability in Big Tech is stronger than ever. The question remains: will this scrutiny lead to a significant shift in Big Tech’s approach to content moderation and free speech?
Zuckerberg Faces Contempt Threat Over Censorship Concerns
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