@Jack in the Congress 3/25/21
  1. Congress seems increasingly convinced that an end to the addictive ad model may have to be mandated.
  2. Twitter’s prominent support for opening up the filtering to free our feeds gives that important strategy increased credibility (even though Congress seems to not yet have a clue about it).

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