US President Donald Trump looks at his phone. Moves by big tech companies to restrict his accounts come after years of efforts by both Democrats and Republicans in Washington to cut Silicon Valley down to size. Photo: AP US President Donald Trump looks at his phone. Moves by big tech companies to restrict his accounts come after years of efforts by both Democrats and Republicans in Washington to cut Silicon Valley down to size. Photo: AP
US President Donald Trump looks at his phone. Moves by big tech companies to restrict his accounts come after years of efforts by both Democrats and Republicans in Washington to cut Silicon Valley down to size. Photo: AP
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politico | Tech bites back against Trump machine as war between Silicon Valley and Washington takes a new turn

  • Twitter permanently banned Trump’s account and Facebook froze him, while Apple, Amazon and Google suspended Parler, a popular platform among his supporters
  • So why did Silicon Valley decide it has had enough of Trump now, after so many years of turmoil?

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US President Donald Trump looks at his phone. Moves by big tech companies to restrict his accounts come after years of efforts by both Democrats and Republicans in Washington to cut Silicon Valley down to size. Photo: AP US President Donald Trump looks at his phone. Moves by big tech companies to restrict his accounts come after years of efforts by both Democrats and Republicans in Washington to cut Silicon Valley down to size. Photo: AP
US President Donald Trump looks at his phone. Moves by big tech companies to restrict his accounts come after years of efforts by both Democrats and Republicans in Washington to cut Silicon Valley down to size. Photo: AP
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