Media Bias - Nov 1st

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Media bias continues to exist in the foggy environment of news and information industry. It is interesting to notice that different news media sources continue to have bias even when they are talking about the very subject of "media bias". In we are committed to provide you with a 360 degree  view on every trending subject even when it comes to "media bias" itself. 

Less than a week before the US presidential election, the CEOs of Google, Facebook and Twitter appeared before the Senate Commerce Committee to testify about Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act — the 1996 law that limits platforms' liability for content posted by users and gives them latitude to moderate content as they see fit. The question at hand was whether Section 230 should be reformed to hold these tech companies accountable for the content on their platforms and for their moderation practices.

The Biden campaign is "taking advantage" of the media bias against President Trump to keep the controversy surrounding former Vice President Joe Biden's son Hunter out of the spotlight, former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer claimed Wednesday.

Charges of media bias – that "the media" are trying to brainwash Americans by feeding the public only one side of every issue – have become as common as the hope that the presidential race will end safely … and soon.

Friday, Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson opened his program by highlighting what he described as a “secret alliance” between journalists those that journalists are expected to hold accountable.

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Bias is in the genes of media. The only way to solve this problem is to use different sources