FirstFT: Trump sues Facebook, YouTube and Twitter for “censorship”
Former President Donald Trump is suing Facebook, Twitter and Google’s YouTube and their respective CEOs for “illegal censorship” of Americans.
Trump said he would Leadership class action Oppose CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey and Sundar Pichai, and their large technology platforms.
After the attack on Capitol Hill on January 6, Twitter permanently barred Trump from accessing its platform, citing repeated violations of its temperance policy and the risk that he might use it to incite further violence.
Facebook Already banned Trump stayed for at least two years for similar reasons, while Google’s YouTube suspended his account indefinitely.
The legal effort announced yesterday was supported by the Priority Policy Institute of America, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Trump policies.
There are five more stories in the news
1. Fed officials debate the withdrawal of the stimulus plan Fed officials held The heated debate last month The minutes of its June meeting show that when the US economy will rebound enough for the central bank to begin to reduce its stimulus measures during the pandemic.
2. Hedging losses hinder U.S. shale Some of the largest U.S. oil groups are accumulating Tens of billions of dollars Despite the surge in crude oil prices, they are still hedging losses because the contracts they signed during the crash last year allowed them to sell their products at extremely low prices. The trading price of US oil is close to a six-year high of around US$75 a barrel, but nearly one-third of the 11 million barrels of oil produced in the United States per day are sold at only US$55 per barrel.
3. The Gates Foundation announces its spin-off plan A $50 billion charitable foundation has Announced a plan If Melinda French Gates or Bill Gates decide not to cooperate, this will allow Melinda French Gates to resign Co-Chairman, and obtained “personal resources” from her separated husband for her own philanthropy.
4. The President of Haiti was assassinated President of Haiti Jovenel Moïse (Jovenel Moïse) Assassinated In the early hours of Wednesday morning, he was in a private residence in the suburbs of Port-au-Prince. Police said they shot and killed four people suspected of killing and arrested two others.
5. An English football player has reached the final for the first time since 1966 Last night, the England team reached the first major football championship final in 55 years. Beat Denmark 2-1 In the second European Cup semi-finals in 2020. The victory was Sunday’s final against Italy at Wembley Stadium in London.
the day before
The new strategy of the European Central Bank The European Central Bank will announce its first new strategy Nearly two decadesThis may modify the central bank’s inflation target and lead to major changes in the ECB’s operations.
Economic data economist Expected The first jobless claims for the week ending July 3 fell to 350,000. Fed data may show that consumer credit increased by US$18.4 billion in May, slightly lower than the US$18.6 billion in April. (“Financial Times”, “Wall Street Journal”)
income Jeans manufacturer Levi Strauss reports that with the relaxation of coronavirus restrictions, people’s spending on clothing increases, and earnings and net income in the second quarter are expected to more than double.
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