Speech Policies for Information Platforms Are Hard

October 18, 2013

Let the speech flow! Generally speaking, that should be the default policy that private information and communications companies adopt when devising speech policies for their platforms.  Yet, it won’t always be the rule for a simple reason: When you serve a diverse audience, someone is always going to complain that you’re not doing enough to cater to their unique values, interests, or sensitivities.

 

 

Read more at: http://www.forbes.com/sites/adamthierer/2012/09/16/speech-policies-for-information-platforms-are-hard/

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