Facebook and Twitter cross a line far more dangerous than what they censor by
Facebook and Twitter Cross a Line Far More Dangerous Than What They Censor
Facebook and Twitter cross a line far more dangerous than what they censor by
Good point in here that ’s policy that bars sharing stories based on materials obtained without authorization would include the NY Times stories on Trump’s taxes. Y’all good with that?
Just weeks before the election, the tech giants unite to block access to incriminating reporting about their preferred candidate by
Facebook and Twitter Cross a Line Far More Dangerous Than What They Censor “The glaring fallacy that lies at the heart of pro-censorship sentiments is the delusional belief that censorship powers will be deployed only to suppress views one dislikes.”
"It has been astonishing to watch liberals over the last twenty-four hours justify this censorship on the grounds that private corporations are entitled to do whatever they want. Not even radical free-market libertarians espouse such a pro-corporate view."
Facebook and Twitter Cross a Line Far More Dangerous Than What They Censor
Good to see: late last night, Twitter announced changes to its “Hacked Materials Policy” so that links to reporting based on hacked materials or “unauthorized” docs will no longer be banned on the platform. We updated our story to reflect these changes.
“The glaring fallacy that lies at the heart of pro-censorship sentiments is the delusional belief that censorship powers will be deployed only to suppress views one dislikes.”