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I reported my 18 twitter bans and 3 reddit bans. All for advocating for free speech, 2 genders, no trans athletes and warning of the dangers of islamic terrorism. Get fucked silicon valley!

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This will likely turn into the biggest issue of 2020

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Tim "I'm quitting no I'm not yes I am not I'm not" Pool

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Good. A President is a great thing to have as an ally in the fight against censors.

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I got banned from Twitter for posting "#learntocode" I know that's totally lame, but I reported it anyway.

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Already sent logs from Fascistbook bannings for two years.

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Hopefully the purpose of this website is to gather data that will soon be used to take legal action against the major social media platforms.

I do not like the idea of government getting involved in any way with private companies but I think there is a justification for it here on the basis of fraud. These social media companies have written standards that are vague, using language like "hate" speech and speech that might offend the usual protected classes, which is anyone who is not a white male. The arbitrariness of this is absurd, as they leave it to themselves to decide what is "hate" and what is "offensive."

The major social media companies built their platforms by allowing a broad range of speech, only to begin enforcing their own rules after they had secured near monopolies. That should be deemed fraudulent, as they allowed content creators to build careers on their platforms, then took this goodwill and abused it once they were in a monopolistic position. I don't have a problem with government getting involved in cases of force or fraud.

Going forward I think we need to make a clear legal distinction between platforms that allow freedom of speech and hence have special protections against being held liable for the content of their users, and platforms that are publishers, meaning they can censor and exclude any way they want but may be held liable for the content of their users.

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That's one step to take against censor, but we'll need more before it's done

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Get @Jack, Chairman Pao, and Zucc in front of a Congressional Committee that actually knows what the Internet is, and actually put them under oath this time. Worthless Congress.

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tfw I regularly engage in wrong-think and hate-facts, but I've never actually been banned from anywhere cuz I never stay long on a censorship platform.

Also, gotta love the idiot leftists sending fake reports.

When Trump eventually comes out an talks about how his site got X-million responses, do they imagine that he won't include their fake posts to puff up the number?

I thank god every day for the stupidity of my enemies.

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