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Freedom of speech for me, not thee: tyrannies of social media censorship

WASHINGTON: The election of Donald Trump as the nation’s 45th president proved the power of social media. No, not in the way Russians formed silly and ineffective Facebook groups in opposition to Hillary Clinton. Rather, it was what the Columbia Journalism Review (CJR) discovered.  In a study conducted shortly after Trump’s victory. CJR found it was average ...

YouTube and why Nasim Najafi Aghdam may have resorted to violence

Google,YouTube, and Facebook can discriminate against users at their discretion. And their discretion needs to be challenged. Nasim Najafi Aghdam foolishly escalated her frustration with the media giant and took her own life after hurting others. Should we be looking at the policies of these companies a little closer?

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Zuckerberg, Facebook chumps suddenly worry about individual privacy

Obama, after all, is the Democratic president who expanded upon the foolish, Republican-crafted Patriot Act with his own PRISIM program. That allowed the National Security Agency (NSA) to do what Mark Zuckerberg and his fellow social media moguls could only dream of.