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ken asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 1 month ago

Facebook & Twitter CEO's defend section 230, say would harm free speech?

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Facebook and Twitter want to exercise their power over all the speech on their platforms by removing what they disagree with, while at the same time expecting the government to NOT hold them accountable for the remaining speech they agree with, that is left on their servers ... as if their censorship of the views they oppose does  not make them responsible for the content they promote by only having that on their platforms.

    Sorry big tech, you can't have it both ways.

    Once you begin censoring, then you are a publisher that is responsible for the content of what's left on your platform.  If you never censor or filter to begin with, then that's another story.  But you don't do that.

    Complete freedom sorts itself out.  Even lies and deceptions are shown to be lies and deception.  The ridiculous immaturity from the Left that claims "one of the biggest problems with free speech is, it protects liars", is their childish inability to coherently voice their oppositions to any lies.  It's not lies they are worried about.  Lies CAN be debunked.  It's their FEELINGS they are worried about, because defending your feelings has nothing to do with lies, and is too often undefensible.  

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    one of the biggest problems with free speech is, it protects liars

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