The top three are all owned by Google, the dominant social network.
Facebook’s News Feed is also dominated by Google and Apple, the leading Internet companies.
Google and Apple have been aggressively lobbying the government to keep the Internet open and accessible, in particular to the millions of Americans who are disabled or have limited Internet access.
Google and Facebook have been using their control of search results to block people from accessing websites they deem “unacceptable.”
The tech giants have been lobbying the courts to force Internet service providers to keep data on Americans’ Web activity private.
As the technology companies have grown larger and more powerful, some have increasingly resorted to a form of lobbying called “privacy war” to advance their own interests.
The most popular sites in 2017 for users on mobile devices are Google and YouTube.
A Google spokesperson declined to comment.
Facebook did not respond to requests for comment.
The companies’ tactics have been aggressive and often aggressive, according to data from Open Knowledge, an open-source data project.
In 2016, the top three websites for mobile users on Android were Google, Facebook, and Apple.
This year, Facebook’s mobile app has overtaken the top spot for the most mobile users, according the company.
Google has also been pushing the government into changing laws and policies to ensure that the Web remains open to everyone, regardless of where they live.
In January, Google lobbied to give users of its popular search engine a right to request data from social networks like Twitter and Instagram.
In July, Google’s search algorithm was tweaked to block Google ads from being shown to users in the United Kingdom and other European countries.
In 2018, the tech giants announced that they would partner with a nonprofit group to help fund a new initiative to give Americans a voice on the Web.
The group called Internet Freedom Now.
The group’s mission is to fight to make the Internet more accessible and open for everyone.
In January, Facebook was also forced to withdraw from a program that it launched in 2016 to provide access to its popular news feed.
The nonprofit group has been working to create a way for users to post comments on the top stories on the websites they visit.