Calls are mounting among lawmakers to ramp up regulation of social media following the violent takeover of the U.S. Capitol last week.
Facebook, Amazon and a slew of other tech companies have locked President Trump's account and given the boot to right-wing site Parler.
But Bay Area Congresswoman Anna Eshoo, a Democrat on the Energy and Commerce committee, calls the move by tech giants too little, too late and says "Congress and the administration must take swift and bold action."
"These companies have demonstrated they will not do the right thing on their own," she said.
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