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@B2Q2LTDRepublican from North Carolina answered…4mos

No, but social media companies should be treated like service providers and held liable for censoring users for their political views.

@7WSDW3MDemocrat from Florida answered…2yrs

The government should ensure that people who intentionally mislead others are flagged and responded to with factual, non-bias evidence from all sides of the actual story.

@7WT23P3Peace and Freedomfrom Maine  answered…2yrs

Social media companies tend to be profit driven which greatly hinders their ability to run their business without bias. Advert sales are not monitored strictly enough and this results in certain individuals/companies/sovereign states taking advantage of the system in place to push their own political/social agenda with the use of fake statistics and facts to control the mind set of the populous.

@7WSHGGWRepublican from New Mexico answered…2yrs

The governments role should ensure that antitrust laws are not broken and that there is not a monopoly regarding information. I think that the site providing their information should be required to include enough personal information so one can determine if it is biased.

@B4MFNV7Socialist from Pennsylvania answered…2 days

yes but to an extent. not far enough to violate free speech, but enough to prevent the spread of disinformation and misinformation that have been used to sway voters and manipulate elections in the past.

@9H4BSR7Green from Florida answered…2yrs

No, but somethings gotta give on this one because it really has gotten out of hand.

@9H45G4FVeteran from Arkansas answered…2yrs

No, however social media sites should monitor for false information

@9GFMT9CProgressive from Delaware answered…2yrs

@9G9ZR6FDemocrat from Massachusetts answered…2yrs

@9FYC6WMPeace and Freedom from Nevada answered…2yrs

No, the government shouldn’t regulate it it, it should be independently regulated.

@9FRRV7BGreen from Kansas answered…2yrs

@9FPJCT6Democrat from Oklahoma answered…2yrs

No, the government should not regulate social media. However, an independent company should do the regulating.

@James-EllingtonDemocrat from Illinois answered…2yrs

Yes, as long as the news and information that the government decides to broadcast must not be biased in any way.

@9FNG5SNVeteran from Idaho answered…2yrs

It has to be both ways- government shouldn't regulate social media and social media shouldn't regulate opinions of government leaders.

@9FMYP47Veteran from Florida answered…2yrs

Not over fake news, but if dangerous and used for trafficking or other illegal activity.

@9FKLPX5Working Family from Arkansas answered…2yrs

No, because the government is at fault too for producing misleading news, but a non-partisan party needs to regulate what is posted or at least provide a fact check for everything that is posted because the unreliability of news is getting out of hand.

@9FC3DNWGreenfrom Maine  answered…2yrs

@9FBVGW4Peace and Freedom from North Carolina answered…2yrs

No, but there need to be stricter policies about spreading misinformation that only impact the individuals spreading it - not the whole website.

@9FB8MH9Independent from Washington answered…2yrs

Yes, but only labeling fake news as fake or misleading news

@9FB8DBLWomen’s Equality from Alabama answered…2yrs

They should not be regulated by the government, but they should be monitored for fake news and misinformation to be removed.

@9F9QGQ8Peace and Freedom from Texas answered…2yrs

No, but social media companies should be required to work with fact checkers

@9F99VRGVeteran from Missouri answered…2yrs

Make Social Media a Publisher instead of a Platform to hold them liable for “fact-checking” information incorrectly and being inherently biased.

@9F97BS8Republican from Georgia answered…2yrs

No, social media companies are private and should not be regulated by the government. However they should better regulate themselves and reduce false information.

@9F8DCWPWomen’s Equality from Minnesota answered…2yrs

@B4LKKBVConstitution from Wisconsin answered…4 days

No, but allow for media to be sued if they spread misinformation

@B4FXBKRRepublican from New York answered…2wks

No, but they can make their own sites or post on existing ones just like anybody else

@B4D5ZW2Women’s Equality from California answered…3wks

Companies should be legally liable for action taken on false information, but no direct government regulation.

@B4B5ZQQRepublican from California answered…4wks

No, but have a third-party organization filter the fake-news.

@B488SYVDemocrat from California answered…1mo

This is a very tricky subject. Unfortunately, the combination of our First Amendment Rights together with our capitalistic society, allows for the propagation of too much false or misleading data on social media that can cause a person harm or be determental to our society as a whole. Government regulation, similar to what is being done in Europe, may be the only way to control it.

@B3Y57PBDemocrat from Missouri answered…2mos

Complicated, but something needs done about all the lies, etc

@B3Y3MHWRepublican from Illinois answered…2mos

Yes, there’s too much fake news and misinformation on social media. Plus, these companies are politically biased and need to be regulated.

@B3V4X6GIndependentfrom Illinois  answered…2mos

Yes,but only those that are pushing the Judaic communistic interest.

@annaej2004Peace and Freedom from Kansas answered…2mos

No, but the media sites should be required to fact check and remove fake news

@B3CXPWPGreen from Texas answered…2mos

Government should not censor the internet. And neither should Speculators.

@B3B4CBCConstitution from Wisconsin answered…3mos

@B38SDH7Democrat from Florida answered…3mos

@B37YVLLLibertarian from Illinois answered…3mos

I don't think that this is the government's place to do this, but I do agree that it should be regulated somehow because there is a lot of fake news on the internet.

@B35CZ28Peace and Freedom from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

Fake news on social media should be regulated, but not by the government.

@B34G9T3Working Familyfrom Maine  answered…3mos

@B32M8J8Veteran from Texas answered…3mos

Yes ban political and racially biased news and radio and talk shows and replace with a government program news that's on 3 times a day and radio and talk shows that are on once a week

@B32LN7KSocialist from New Hampshire answered…3mos

@B2XWT7JRepublican from Texas answered…3mos

Yes and ban news and political talk radio pdcasts and shows and replace it with a government subsidized news podcast and radio program that's on only 3 times a day no talk programs

@B2WRRSNVeteran from Kentucky answered…3mos

Yes, there is too much fake news and misinformation on social media. Social Media sites should NOT be regulated by the government, they should be regulated by the owners. Social media sites should STOP being politically biased.

@B2VF43YRepublican from California answered…3mos

No, but as long as they censor content they should be held to the same standard as other media outlets.


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