Congress Should Reconsider Big Tech’s Special Legal Privileges That Foster Censorship

January 14, 2019

Even when someone as prominent as international evangelist Franklin Graham was banned from Facebook for 24 hours during Christmas week, for comments about gender he posted in 2016, the censorship is only lightly covered by the mainstream media, who have bought the spin of progressives in Congress and elsewhere that such censorship is a “hoax” or “conspiracy theory.”

Read more at: http://thefederalist.com/2019/01/14/congress-reconsider-big-techs-special-legal-privileges-foster-censorship/



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