National Religious Broadcasters CEO Calls on Tech Companies to Address Online Censorship
September 10, 2018
After Wednesday’s hearing featuring the top executives of Facebook and Twitter on Capitol Hill, National Religious Broadcasters president and CEO Jerry A. Johnson called on tech companies to address the problem of online censorship of Christian and conservative viewpoints.
Read more at: https://www.aim.org/on-target-blog/national-religious-broadcasters-censorship/
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