It means that platform is choosing to not censor free speech. Hell, if anything we should want those with extreme views to be open about it as that way we at least know who they are.
I do wonder how many liberals would die by stroke from apoplexy at another Trump term. It's hard to predict election results in part because liberals' cancel culture is encouraging conservatives to keep quiet and vote their hidden convictions.
This was my view for a long time, and I mostly still feel the same way. But there are reasons you don't yell 'fire' in a theater, kids don't see billboards with hardcore porn on the way to school, and Nazi symbols are basically illegal to display in Germany.
In this new era of social media, there's a printing press in every home, and too many people are still not skeptical enough about posts that seem外围体育投注 factual. They don't properly research things. They aren't aware of biases and fallacies. Which I think means it's okay (and perhaps best) for some things on private platforms to be kicked off them.
外围体育投注These jackasses can always pool their resources and set up their own social network, no one's stopping them. They just wouldn't have as big of a free megaphone until or unless they got more legitimate traction. Such traction might not be so easy for them to get, but that might just be a good and fair outcome. [ISP level interference is a whole other issue, I have different feelings about that and think it should pretty much be for serious crime only.]
外围体育投注It means people who support stated rights over federal use Facebook as their preferred platform. I’m surprised these Californians that want to ban free speech and abolish the 2A aren’t more in favor of the confederacy? They basically want(ed) the same thing: states rights and to tell the federal government to get fucked
外围体育投注Facebook is a cesspool at this point. It harbors the worst of us.
I miss the days when the crazy tin foil hat dude was laughed at and didn't immediately have 10,000 buddies he could link up with in a few days.