Can Facebook and Twitter be forced to stop censoring conservatives – Mark Fitzgibbons in American Thinker

Conservatives are frustrated with censorship by social media platforms Facebook and Twitter. These “digital town squares” were once more accommodating to expression by conservatives. After all, those entities built themselves into global juggernauts relying in part on freedoms guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution and America’s (relatively) free enterprise system.  Conservatives became reliant upon these digital public forums to express views and interactively engage about the political, religious, and social welfare issues of the day.

But after becoming wealthy, monopolistic, pervasive global corporate phenoms (partly on the backs of our personal data that they’ve exploited with some controversy) Facebook and Twitter now are changing the rules of engagement. Read More…

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