"Too many Americans have seen their accounts suspended, banned, or fraudulently reported for unclear 'violations' of user policies.
A Twitter spokesperson responded: "We enforce the Twitter Rules impartially for all users, regardless of their background or political affiliation. We are constantly working to improve our systems and will continue to be transparent in our efforts."
Facebook, Google and YouTube did not respond, reports The Verge.
The tool, hosted on Typeform, asks users for screenshots and links of the offending content, and provides a text field where users can describe the enforcement actions taken against them.
"The user is also asked to choose between Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube or 'other' as the platform where the offense took place," the report added.
Led by Senator Ted Cruz (Rep-Texas) who is the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee's panel on the Constitution, a panel ripped apart Facebook and Twitter over concerns of bias against conservatives in April.
"Not only does Big Tech have the power to silence voices with which they disagree, but Big Tech likewise has the power to collate a person's feed so they only receive the news that comports with their own political agenda," said Cruz during a Senate hearing.
Cruz has often alleged that Silicon Valley giants were biased against conservatives and routinely censor right-wing voices.
"They are closing down the opinions of many people on the right, while at the same time doing nothing to others," he added.
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