While the protests are taking place on the streets, the battle to frame the protests is raging online. The Atlantic’s Zeynep Tufekci on Twitter, Facebook, and the latest executive order: “In reality, Trump’s salvo on social-media companies has primarily an audience of one: Mark Zuckerberg. And it is already working.” (It’s a combination of Zuck’s longstanding views, and the threat that a different administration could look to break up big tech.)

+ Zuckerberg has picked a side in the truth wars. His employees seem less certain. Facebook employees revolt over Zuckerberg’s stance on Trump. “Jason Stirman, who works on R&D at Facebook, said he ‘completely disagrees with Mark’s decision to do nothing about Trump’s recent posts,’ adding: ‘I’m not alone inside of FB.'”

+ The Verge: Leaked posts show Facebook employees asking the company to remove Trump’s threat of violence.