President Trump's administration launched a tool Wednesday for highlighting social media accounts that could be subjected to unfair censorship due to "political bias."
The administration "is fighting for free speech online," the White House tweeted Wednesday. "Even if your views, if you suspect political bias have caused you to be censored or silent online, we want to hear about it!"
& # 39; THE VIEW & # 39; TACKLES FACEBOOK BANNING VOICES, SAYS IT & # 39; S A & # 39; SLIPPERY SLOPE & # 39;  The move follows the sparring months between Trump and social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook and Google. Trump repeatedly accused these platforms of condensing conservative voices, which were rejected by companies.
Trump was identified by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey in April after claiming he had lost Twitter followers, which the president referred to in political bias.
The president called the Dorsey meeting to talk, in part, "protecting public health in the future of the 2020 US elections," Twitter said in a statement.
The new Trump administration tool is a portal where people can submit information about suspected censorship opportunities or social media revenge It is on the Web at http://www.wh.gov / techbias
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"SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS should advance FREEDOM OF FOLLOWING," says the tool. "However, a lot of Americans have seen their accounts suspended, banned, or forbidden to be reported for the unclear" violations "of user policies. Even your views, if you suspect politics bias caused by such action taken against you, share your story with President Trump. "