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Free Expression on Social Media

Posted By llad On February 18, 2017 @ 11:35 am In | Comments Disabled

“The First Amendment protects individuals from government censorship. Social media platforms are private companies, and can censor what people post on their websites as they see fit. But given their growing role in public discourse, it’s important to ask ourselves–what exactly are their censorship policies? How do they compare to each other, and to the First Amendment’s protections?”

tags: media literacy, fake news

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