The best interaction I saw was when Jim Jordan (R), challenged Google regarding them pulling out of a military contract because their employees said they didn't believe in our military and loss of life. So instead of handling it professionally they sent a letter which included employee feedback, to the officer in charge of the bidding and project. So they pulled back from working with the Federal Government on military issues and sent a letter versus calling first. This is disgustingly unprofessional.
Jordan asked the representative from Google why they weren't willing to help the U..S.'s military when they were already working with China to help their military. Jordan made a great point when he asked isn't this treason? Isn't it treason when you hurt your own country and make our greatest competitor, China, even stronger? We know of the horrific things China has done not to mention how some of their people are treated . Why aren't Google's employees upset about how China does things and how their military is used against their own people? Every day I see examples of young people who think they're smarter than everyone else yet they don't have a clue what's happening in the real world. Why else would protestors/rioters tear down statues of people who helped end slavery? Because they didn't know. Actually they don't care anyway. It's just an opportunity to demonstrate the power they have, a power that Republicans want to end yet Democrats want to celebrate. Two very different ideologies.
The greatest problem with these tech giants is that they have so much control over content that is read and discussed across the world. They've been caught numerous times blocking conservative commentary. They've taken conservative organizations and have stripped them from their search engines. FaceBook has black listed various conservatives and they had to fight to get their rights back to the site just like Democrats were enjoying. Many of their employees insert their ideology in areas they influence at Google. I can't tell you how many times I've heard the tech giants acknowledge that there is an "isolated," problem and will address it with their employees. What really happens, we don't know. Kind of hard to discipline employees when there aren't policies that prevent them from doing what they are doing. By the way, have you ever noticed that the one Party who consistently gets taken advantage of is the Republican Party? Why is this? If there wasn't a case of bias then surely around half the time the Democrats would be negatively impacted.