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In 2018, Twitter released an archive of thousands of accounts that the platform determined were involved in potentially state-backed information campaigns. Since then, it has continued to make announcements of its efforts to remove accounts spreading disinformation. Denis Charlet/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Sen. Josh Hawley has made it a point to challenge the major tech companies since his election in 2018, and tech regulation was a facet of his career as Missouri's attorney general. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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President Trump speaks during a "Presidential Social Media Summit" in the East Room of the White House on Thursday. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump To Invite Social Media Companies To 'Big Meeting' To Discuss Censorship

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On Tuesday, a federal appeals court upheld a lower court's ruling that President Trump cannot block people he disagrees with from his Twitter account. Above, Trump's Twitter feed is seen on June 27. J. David Ake/AP hide caption

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A sample of the new warning notices that Twitter users will see before clicking to see tweets by government officials and political figures that violate Twitter's rules. Twitter hide caption

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A soldier walks with his family following a 2011 ceremony at Fort Hood, Texas, for soldiers from the U.S. Army 1st Cavalry 3rd Brigade, who returned home from deployment in Iraq. Erich Schlegel/AP hide caption

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An increasing body of research has documented the addictive nature of social media. Westend61/Getty Images hide caption

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In An Increasingly Polarized America, Is It Possible To Be Civil On Social Media?

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The reasons for why Americans and Canadians choose to tweet differently is difficult to determine. Cameron Pollack/NPR hide caption

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Study Shows Americans Are Meaner On Twitter Than Canadians

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