Facebook, Twitter and Google face questions from US senators

“[It] allows digital businesses to let users post things but then not be responsible for the consequences, even when they’re amplifying or dampening that speech,” Prof Fiona Scott Morton, of Yale University,

explained to BBC’s Tech Tent podcast.

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