Big Tech’s well-documented censorship of conservative voices should concern every liberty-loving American.
That’s why I’m taking action to hold these online platforms accountable.
As Indiana’s Attorney General, I’m launching investigations into Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google and Twitter to examine ways in which their behavior potentially has harmed consumers in our state.
One of my express duties as Attorney General is to protect consumers from harm caused by deceptive, unfair, or abusive business practices. In a free society, few assets are more important to citizens than access to information and the opportunity to express political viewpoints in meaningful forums.
In the Declaration of Independence, our nation’s founders proclaimed their grievances against the King of England based on the principle that government derives its “just powers” from the “consent of the governed.”
In modern times, social media platforms have become the foremost outlets through which average citizens express either their consent or objection to government policies.
These methods give citizens not only the chance to speak, but