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Adam: Democratic tech billionaires are using their arsenal of cash in an attempt to bolster Joe Biden's chances of winning the election in November as the candidate is still ... to adapt to a fully-remote campaigning model, a Thursday report revealed. Four Silicon Valley billionaires in particular are trailblazing an effort to help the Democratic Party with obtaining more data by creating start ups and tech tools specifically to rival Republicans in that field, according to nearly two dozen interviews conducted by Vox's digital news arm Recode. LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman, Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz, philanthropist and Steve Jobs' widower Laurene Powell Jobs and former Google CEO Eric Schmidt are all behind this effort to help defeat Donald Trump. As these tech billionaires line up to support Biden, the presumed Democratic nominee, President Donald Trump has upped his criticism of social media platforms. The president claimed this week that Twitter – his preferred online platform for communicating directly with Americans – is 'stifling free speech,' 'totally silencing conservative voices' and 'interfering in the 2020 Presidential Election.' He made the claims after Twitter flagged two of his tweets regarding mail-in voting with blue exclamation points, prompting users to 'get the facts about mail-in ballots.'