“This Executive decree (the document does not need to pass through Congress – approx. ed.) reflects the reactionary and politicized approach to the relevant legislation,” – said in a statement. The Internet giant noted that the US already has a law on ethics in the field of communications, which protects American innovation. “Attempts to unilaterally break it threatened the future of online speech and Internet freedom”, – is spoken in the message.
Recall that the President of the U.S. yesterday has signed the decree which expands the right of the authorities to regulate the activities of social networks.