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Donald J. TrumpVerified account @realDonaldTrump

 

Twitter “SHADOW BANNING” prominent Republicans. Not good. We will look into this discriminatory and illegal practice at once! Many complaints.

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Ted LieuVerified account @tedlieu 8h8 hours ago

 
 

House Judiciary Committee held two hearings on this issue.

Twitter is not "shadow banning" prominent Republicans, or Diamond & Silk.

Also, private companies can do whatever they want with speech.

What would be illegal is government regulating speech content or speech algorithms

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Google Struggles to Contain Employee Uproar Over China Censorship Plans

 

".....Just a few hundred of Google’s massive 88,000-strong workforce had been briefed on the project prior to the revelations, which triggered a wave of disquiet that spread through the internet giant’s offices across the world.

Company managers responded by swiftly trying to shut down employees’ access to any documents that contained information about the China censorship project, according to Google insiders who witnessed the backlash.

“Everyone’s access to documents got turned off, and is being turned on [on a] document-by-document basis,” said one source. “There’s been total radio silence from leadership, which is making a lot of people upset and scared. … Our internal meme site and Google Plus are full of talk, and people are a.n.g.r.y.”....

https://theintercept.com/2018/08/03/google-search-engine-china-censorship-backlash/

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August 6, 2018
First They Came For Infowars....... Tomorrow We Will All Be Alex Jones: Independent Media Silenced - They Are Coming For Us All Now
 
- The Purge Is In Full Swing
 
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By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine

The same liberal media that has been bitterly whining about their First Amendment right of a free press for the last week, claiming that is somehow endangered because rally attendees screamed #CNNSUCKS at them, are now celebrating the decision by Facebook to permanently remove Alex Jones and InfoWars pages from their platform on the same day that Apple has removed the entire library for five of Infowars' six podcasts from its iTunes and Podcast apps.

This comes just days after YouTube removed multiple Alex Jones videos and gave him a community strike for alleged "hate speech," which is the catch-all excuse being used by Apple, Facebook, and Spotify as their justification to silence him. A YouTube strike effectively prevents Jones from livestreaming his broadcasts on the platform. (I just clicked the Alex Jones Channel on YouTube, and received the message "This account has been terminated for violating YouTube's community standards.")

His YouTube channel is now totally gone.

Paul Joseph Watson wrote at Infowars this morning:
Apple, Spotify, Facebook and YouTube all banned Infowars within 12 hours of each other, illustrating how last night’s purge was a coordinated effort and has nothing to do with these platforms enforcing “hate speech” rules.
I don't care if one agrees with Alex Jones or disagrees with him, if they love him or hate him, this coordinated attack against him and his InfoWars broadcasts and social media presence should severely concern everybody that sees the abusive liberal media bias and uses Independent Media to find information the establishment media won't report.

In The Friends of Voltaire, Evelyn Beatrice Hall wrote the phrase: "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it," to illustrate Voltaire's beliefs.

 
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ALL INDEPENDENT MEDIA SHOULD BE STANDING UP FOR INFOWARS

Jones and his Infowars podcasts and website had an extensive reach, and it matters not that sometimes I agree with him, sometimes I do not, we must all stand up for his First Amendment right to free speech and free press, whether we agree or not, because this coordinated effort to completely silence him online is just their next step in an all out war against Independent Media.

After the 2016 election, where Independent Media bypassed the "official narrative" (Hillary Clinton must win) and helped prevent that fate for America, the attacks started. Washington Post helped push the disinformation campaign which listed 200+ Independent Media websites as "Russian propaganda," as others added many of those same sites to "fake news" lists, alongside of actual hoax websites. 

Then big tech started downranking search engine results, making sure the liberal media received the first pages of searches to limit the visibility of Independent Media sites, the exceptions being liberal bloggers. Then Google's YouTube started demonetizing video creators work, if it didn't comply with the liberal media narrative. Then revenue streams started paying less for the same amount of impressions, basically using the lower paying advertisers on sites they wanted to limit revenue to. Then social media started shadow banning conservatives, suspending their accounts, limiting the visibility of their posts. Liberals started campaigns of online harassment against advertisers that had ads on Breitbart, Infowars and other conservative news outlets.

The coordinated attacks against Independent Media had but one goal..... to silence our voices.

Martin Niemöller, a prominent Protestant pastor who emerged as an outspoken public foe of Adolf Hitler and spent the last seven years of Nazi rule in concentration camps, is well known for the following quotation:
First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out—

Because I was not a Socialist.

Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out—

Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out— 

Because I was not a Jew.

Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.


Make no mistake, this coordinated takedown of Jones and Infowars by big tech is because of his huge audience. According to Arstechnica, Jones had 2.4 million YouTube subscribers and 1.6 million followers on Facebook.

Paul Joseph Watson has a message for other Independent Media, the same message we are handing out right now with this article: "For conservative media outlets who don’t speak out because they don’t like Infowars, we have a message for you – you’re next."

That is not hyperbole, that is not exaggeration, that is the truth. If they can silence Alex Jones online, with his vast resources, they can, and will, eventually silence us all.

OTHER HIGH PROFILE CONSERVATIVES VOICES SILENCED

Just this weekend, Candace Owens, an African America who is the communications director for Turning Point USA, a conservative, was suspended from Twitter after she copied the same anti-white racist tweets from made by Sarah Jeong, the recent New York Times hire, and Owens replaced the word "white" with "black" and Jewish.

Jeong was never suspended and her racists tweets are still up on the site, but Owens was suspended for violating community standards. After a massive backlash against Twitter and it's CEO Jack Dorsey, they removed the suspension and apologized, claiming it was an "error."

The censorship of conservatives has become so blatant that House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy wants Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to testify before Congress about the issue.

The problem is congress moves too slowly and these attempts by big tech to silence conservatives is a direct attempt to meddle in the midterm elections by silencing any and all prominent conservatives across all social media platforms. That is also collusion.
 

TOMORROW WE WILL ALL BE ALEX JONES
There are some in the Independent Media that consider others as some type of competition, but the Internet is a huge, vast place, with room enough for all of us. Every single Independent Media website should be standing for Alex Jones and Infowars today, because tomorrow, we will all be Alex Jones.

Wikileaks apparently agrees as they just issued a statement regarding the purge of Infowars, saying "The empire strikes back: Apple, Spotify, Facebook and Google/Youtube all purge Infowars/Alex Jones. Yes, Infowars has frequent nonsense, but also a state power critique. Which publisher in the world with millions of subscribers is next to be wiped out for cultural transgression?"

Ben Shapiro over at Daily Wire, most definitely not a Jones' fan, and who has often criticized Infowars, and been criticized by Infowars, is also speaking out about why big tech is "dead wrong," for what they are doing because there is "no definition of hate speech that has a limiting principle."

Furthermore, it won’t be made clear, because the political Left has no clear standards. So, for example, social media companies like Twitter will “accidentally” suspend Candace Owens, a black woman, for simply substituting the words “blacks” and “Jews” for “whites” in Sarah Jeong tweets to demonstrate the double standard in the media; Jeong, however, retains her elevated position at The New York Times. The same Left that says people of color are incapable of racism says that it will suspend people for “hate speech.” How exactly are we supposed to trust in free and open debate when those setting the limits are openly setting them up with embedded double-standards? 

The answer is, we don’t. Trust in social media is declining nearly as fast as trust in media overall. There’s a reason for that. And it’s not because social media tolerates voices like Jones. It’s because they don’t tolerate voices like Jones while tolerating voices who are just as bad on the political Left – and they show no signs of limiting their censorship to Alex Jones.
Matt Drudge of the Drudge Report makes his own type of statement in support of Jones and against big tech's attempts to silence him, by providing a direct link to the Infowars live broadcast.

 
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[UPDATE] Media Research Center just issued a statement, via email:
MRC President Brent Bozell issued this statement on this disturbing move by these major tech companies:
“I don’t support Alex Jones and what InfoWars produces. He’s not a conservative. However, banning him and his outlet is wrong. It’s not just a slippery slope, it’s a dangerous cliff that these social media companies are jumping off to satisfy CNN and other liberal outlets
 
“This is part of a disturbing trend. In recent months top conservative congressmen have been shadowbanned on Twitter. Pro-life and pro-gun posts and videos are often removed on several platforms. Liberal journalists even objected to one conservative outlet attending a meeting with Facebook. Several conservative organizations like Live Action, the NRA and even the Christian satire site Babylon Bee have complained they had posts removed or censored.
 
“Social media sites are supposedly neutral platforms, but they are increasingly becoming opportunities for the left and major media to censor any content that they don’t like. The lack of transparency is also problematic and, as of this release, Facebook, Apple and Spotify have provided no detailed explanation for the ban.
 
“Conservatives are increasingly concerned that InfoWars is not the end point for those who want to ban speech. It’s just the beginning. We are rapidly approaching a point where censorship of opposing voices is the norm. That’s dangerous.”
 
This purge has happened over the last 24 hours, so we do expect to see many, many more Independent Media sites stand up and speak out.
BOTTOM LINE
Today is a terrifying day for free speech online, a day to remember that the media, liberals, social media giants and big tech, are determined to silence conservative voices in the Independent Media and they aren't even being subtle about it anymore.

Today they came for Infowars..... Tomorrow we will all be Alex Jones.

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The First Amendment: 

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Note that it starts with CONGRESS.    No where does it mention that privately held companies can't abridge the freedom of speech.

   

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YouTube, Apple and Facebook Ban Infowars, Which Decries 'Mega Purge'

....."Apple does not tolerate hate speech," the company said in a statement. "We believe in representing a wide range of views, so long as people are respectful to those with differing opinions." ......

Early Monday, Facebook announced that it had permanently removed four Alex Jones-related pages — the Alex Jones Channel Page, the Alex Jones Page, the Infowars Page and the Infowars Nightly News Page.

 

"We believe in giving people a voice, but we also want everyone using Facebook to feel safe," the company said in a statement. "It's why we have community standards and remove anything that violates them, including hate speech that attacks or dehumanizes others."

 

...... Facebook said in its Monday statement, "more content from the same pages has been reported to us — upon review, we have taken it down for glorifying violence, which violates our graphic violence policy, and using dehumanizing language to describe people who are transgender, Muslims and immigrants, which violates our hate speech policies." ........

Jones, a syndicated radio host, released a video in which he encouraged his audience to go directly to his website and sign up for its newsletter.

"So there's no way the censors can get between us," he said.

On Monday, Jones stated that "America has been sold out," and the Infowars Twitter feed declared that the moves against his company were "communist style censorship."

 

Jones also urged people to go to his online store and buy a T-shirt, with slogans that back his site and President Trump's re-election campaign.

https://www.npr.org/2018/08/06/636030043/youtube-apple-and-facebook-ban-infowars-which-decries-mega-purge?utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=npr&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=20180807

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Inside Google’s Effort to Develop a Censored Search Engine in China

"....It appears that Google has used 265.com as a de facto honeypot for market research, storing information about Chinese users’ searches before sending them along to Baidu. Google’s use of 265.com offers an insight into the mechanics behind its planned Chinese censored search platform, code-named Dragonfly, which the company has been preparing since spring 2017.

After gathering sample queries from 265.com, Google engineers used them to review lists of websites that people would see in response to their searches. The Dragonfly developers used a tool they called “BeaconTower” to check whether the websites were blocked by the Great Firewall. They compiled a list of thousands of websites that were banned, and then integrated this information into a censored version of Google’s search engine so that it would automatically manipulate Google results, purging links to websites prohibited in China from the first page shown to users.....

memes have circulated among company employees portraying images of China’s censorship. One meme showed a Chinese internet user searching for information about the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989,

only to receive a result saying that the atrocity was a myth. ..........

https://theintercept.com/2018/08/08/google-censorship-china-blacklist/

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57 minutes ago, mr6666 said:

 

 

HuffPostVerified account @HuffPost 38m38 minutes ago

 
 

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says it’s up to journalists to refute Alex Jones’ lies,

 

and that he won’t ban the conspiracy theorist from the social media site.

jackVerified account @jack

 
 

We didn’t suspend Alex Jones or Infowars yesterday.

We know that’s hard for many but the reason is simple: he hasn’t violated our rules. We’ll enforce if he does.

And we’ll continue to promote a healthy conversational environment by ensuring tweets aren’t artificially amplified.

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9 minutes ago, mr6666 said:

jackVerified account @jack

 
 

We didn’t suspend Alex Jones or Infowars yesterday.

We know that’s hard for many but the reason is simple: he hasn’t violated our rules. We’ll enforce if he does.

And we’ll continue to promote a healthy conversational environment by ensuring tweets aren’t artificially amplified.

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" On Monday, Alex Jones accused special counsel Robert Mueller of covering up pedophilia—then warned that he was going to “get it” politically, according to Media Matters. Jones pantomimed shooting a revolver while describing “manning up” for a duel with Mueller “in the square, politically, at high noon.” “I look at that guy, and he’s a sack of crap,” he said on The Alex Jones Show. “That’s a demon I will take down, or I’ll die trying…

https://www.thedailybeast.com/alex-jones-on-mueller-thats-a-demon-i-will-take-down

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4 minutes ago, mr6666 said:

" On Monday, Alex Jones accused special counsel Robert Mueller of covering up pedophilia—then warned that he was going to “get it” politically, according to Media Matters. Jones pantomimed shooting a revolver while describing “manning up” for a duel with Mueller “in the square, politically, at high noon.” “I look at that guy, and he’s a sack of crap,” he said on The Alex Jones Show. “That’s a demon I will take down, or I’ll die trying…

https://www.thedailybeast.com/alex-jones-on-mueller-thats-a-demon-i-will-take-down

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Sebastian MurdockVerified account @SebastianMurdoc

 

JUST IN: Mark Enoch, a lawyer for Alex Jones, is attempting to make public the home addresses of two Sandy Hook parents.

When I asked if he realized that this could further damage their livelihoods, he hung up on me.

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/alex-jones-lawyer-sandy-hook-parents-addresses_us_5b6b036be4b0b15abaa940a3?ncid=engmodushpmg00000004

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1 hour ago, mr6666 said:

 

 

HuffPostVerified account @HuffPost 38m38 minutes ago

 
 

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says it’s up to journalists to refute Alex Jones’ lies,

 

and that he won’t ban the conspiracy theorist from the social media site.

Some journalists such as New York Times tech reporter Cecilia Kang were skeptical of that suggestion. "What is it that you think journalists do? Spend all day combing Twitter to fact check Alex Jones?" she asked.

"That's good for Twitter but not for democracy"

As NPR's David Folkenflik noted, "The ideas that Jones shares are particularly noxious, the idea that Sandy Hook massacre of schoolchildren was a hoax, the idea that 9/11 was an inside job, and other things."......

 

D orsey's stance has drawn ire from others in the tech world, such as former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao. "Your platform does not operate in a vacuum," she said in a tweet to Dorsey. "If your site is the only one allowing this hate and harassment, it will get overrun and collapse." .........

https://www.npr.org/2018/08/08/636644539/jack-dorsey-explains-why-twitter-didnt-block-alex-jones-bucking-big-tech-trend?utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=npr&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=20180808

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23 hours ago, mr6666 said:

Dorsey's stance has drawn ire from others in the tech world, such as former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao. "Your platform does not operate in a vacuum," she said in a tweet to Dorsey. "If your site is the only one allowing this hate and harassment, it will get overrun and collapse." .........

I find Pao's comment interesting;  it doesn't offer any moral or civic duty type reason for Twitter following Facebook, etc.. in the banning of people like Alex Jones,  but instead a revenue \ strength \ survival of the company POV;  'it will get overrun and collapse'.

Not sure what is meant by 'get overrun' but to me that means there will be an increase in traffic of Jones lovers battling Jones haters.     Twitter makes 86% of its revenue from ads.    

I can see companies refusing to advertise on Twitter because it allows users like Jones,   so to me the main reason Twitter might 'collapse' is because of a boycott from companies that currently advertise. 

Also,  users,  e.g. those that are part of the resistance movement,  might drop the service.   This would reduce traffic on the site and that would also mean less revenue (as well as a decreased in the price of their stock, like we just saw).   But that is the direct opposite of 'get overrun'.  

 

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The HillVerified account @thehill 4h4 hours ago

 
 

JUST IN: Twitter suspends far-right group "Proud Boys" ahead of "Unite the Right" rally http://hill.cm/HEHjw7U 

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...Twitter suspended the group's main account @ProudBoysUSA, in addition to its founder, Gavin McInnes', account because the two violated Twitter's policy on “violent extremist groups.”

“We can confirm that these accounts have been suspended from Twitter and Periscope for violating our policy prohibiting violent extremist groups,” a Twitter spokesperson said in a statement to BuzzFeed News.

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The Flourishing Business
of Fake YouTube Views

Plays can be bought for pennies and delivered in bulk, inflating
videos’ popularity and creating an environment ripe for manipulation.

 

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/08/11/technology/youtube-fake-view-sellers.html

"His website, 500Views.com, connects customers with services that offer views, likes and dislikes generated by computers, not humans. When a supplier cannot fulfill an order, Mr. Vassilev — like a modern switchboard operator — quickly connects with another.

“I can deliver an unlimited amount of views to a video,” Mr. Vassilev said in an interview. “They’ve tried to stop it for so many years, but they can’t stop it. There’s always a way around.”.........

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Corporations have been working with the right wing to weaponize the First Amendment for decades

Free speech is now guaranteed only for those who can afford it

.......the Supreme Court handed down two decisions on free speech grounds damaging to unions and abortion rights. In one decision, they overturned California’s law requiring so-called “crisis pregnancy centers” to provide clients with information about abortion.

In the second decision, they ruled that government workers who choose not to join unions may not be required to pay dues to the union because that would require them to subsidize speech by the union with which they might disagree.

In her dissent, Justice Elena Kagan accused the court’s conservative 5-4 majority of “weaponizing the first amendment” in coming to its conclusions. The New York Times reported that “The two decisions were the latest in a stunning run of victories for a conservative agenda that has increasingly been built on the foundation of free speech. Conservative groups, borrowing and building on arguments developed by liberals, have used the First Amendment to justify unlimited campaign spending, discrimination against gay couples and attacks on the regulation of tobacco, pharmaceuticals and guns.”........

They’re not looking for free speech in the way that we thought of it under the First Amendment for the first 230-plus years of this country’s history. They don’t want to protect the right of Jim Acosta of CNN to report the news. They want to protect the right of the mob at Trump’s rally in Tampa to scream at him.

They want nothing less than an unfettered right to lie and the right to spend as much as they want doing it. Back in 1992 at the Harriman Estate, they merely complained that the media was too liberal. Now they’ve got a president who says the media is “the enemy of the people” spreading “fake news.”......

https://www.salon.com/2018/08/04/corporations-have-been-working-with-the-right-wing-to-weaponize-the-first-amendment-for-decades/

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33 minutes ago, mr6666 said:

They’re not looking for free speech in the way that we thought of it under the First Amendment for the first 230-plus years of this country’s history. They don’t want to protect the right of Jim Acosta of CNN to report the news. They want to protect the right of the mob at Trump’s rally in Tampa to scream at him.

First Amendment: 

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

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Taibbi: Censorship Does Not End Well-

 

How America learned to stop worrying and put Mark Zuckerberg in charge of everything

 

".........Facebook was partnering with the Atlantic Council — which, incidentally, accepts donations from at least 25 different foreign countries, including United Arab Emirates and the king of Bahrain, in addition to firms like weapons manufacturer Raytheon and my old pals at HSBC — to identify “potential abuse.”

 

 

Now that we’ve opened the door for ordinary users, politicians, ex-security-state creeps, foreign governments and companies like Raytheon to influence the removal of content, the future is obvious: an endless merry-go-round of political tattling, in which each tribe will push for bans of political enemies.

In about 10 minutes, someone will start arguing that Alex Jones is not so different from, say, millennial conservative Ben Shapiro, and demand his removal. That will be followed by calls from furious conservatives to wipe out the Torch Network or Anti-Fascist News, with Jacobin on the way.

We’ve already seen Facebook overcompensate when faced with complaints of anti-conservative bias. Assuming this continues, “community standards” will turn into a ceaseless parody of Cold War spy trades: one of ours for one of yours..........

The apparent efforts to comply with government requests to help “prevent the foment of discord” suggest the platforms are moving toward a similar surrender even in the United States. The duopolistic firms seem anxious to stay out of headlines, protect share prices and placate people like Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy, who just said deleting Jones was only a “good first step.”

Americans are not freaking out about this because most of us have lost the ability to distinguish between general principles and political outcomes. So long as the “right” people are being zapped, no one cares.

But we should care. Censorship is one of modern man’s great temptations. Giving in to it hasn’t provided many happy stories.

 

https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-features/facebook-censorship-alex-jones-710497/

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On 7/26/2018 at 5:33 PM, mr6666 said:

Donald J. TrumpVerified account @realDonaldTrump

 

Twitter “SHADOW BANNING” prominent Republicans. Not good. We will look into this discriminatory and illegal practice at once! Many complaints.

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Ted LieuVerified account @tedlieu 8h8 hours ago

 
 

House Judiciary Committee held two hearings on this issue.

Twitter is not "shadow banning" prominent Republicans, or Diamond & Silk.

Also, private companies can do whatever they want with speech.

What would be illegal is government regulating speech content or speech algorithms

I agree with Mr. Lieu. Twitter, Youtube, and Facebook are private companies and do not have the obligation to host anybody's speech. I really enjoy the comment section on articles on the online  version of the Washington Post. But they could eliminate the ability to comment on articles tomorrow and it is within their rights. And it would be within my rights to cancel my online subscription at my first opportunity.

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I was in the process of typing something similar, calvinnme, when you posted. If one doesn't like the policies of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, etc, then don't use those services. Life is possible without them, regardless of how some people react otherwise.

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In addition,  I'm sure there are enough people that don't wish for any type of censorship (left or right leaning),   so other companies will fill the void.

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Max BlumenthalVerified account @MaxBlumenthal 21h21 hours ago

 
 

Facebook has just deleted the page of @telesurenglish.

A network source tells me FB justified eliminating the page on the vague basis of "violation of terms." The NATO-backed @DFRLab is currently assisting FB's purge. This is deeply disturbing

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