Difference between revisions of "Social Media Censorship"

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* '''[[Facebook]]''' "filters" what is news and has more control over your own feed than you do
 
* '''[[Facebook]]''' "filters" what is news and has more control over your own feed than you do
 
* '''[[YouTube]]''' bans (downgrades) Prager University videos, despite none of them being factually incorrect (just conservative in spin)
 
* '''[[YouTube]]''' bans (downgrades) Prager University videos, despite none of them being factually incorrect (just conservative in spin)
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* '''[[Pinterest]]''' is shadow banning conservatives
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Latest revision as of 14:42, 13 June 2019

The most left-leaning tech companies like Facebook, Twitter, Google, YouTube, Instagram are the ones that are most likely to censor/filter what the public sees... in the name of free speech of course. Which on one hand would be fine (they're private companies), if they hadn't sold people on getting an account and giving up their data, under the fraud that they would be fair, non-partisan and for freedom of information: things that all turned out to be lies.

Examples

  • Twitter is shadow banning conservatives
  • Google claims they want open discussions, then fires people for speaking truths that are politically incorrect
  • Facebook "filters" what is news and has more control over your own feed than you do
  • YouTube bans (downgrades) Prager University videos, despite none of them being factually incorrect (just conservative in spin)
  • Pinterest is shadow banning conservatives