Ill-fated DHS disinformation board pursued partnership with social-media platforms to censor content

Homeland Security’s ill-fated disinformation board would have been part of an effort to work with private social-media platforms to police their content, two senators revealed Wednesday, citing new documents provided to them by a whistleblower.

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