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Big Tech: private companies now wielding the coercive power of government like a one-party state

31 January 2021

7:46 PM

31 January 2021

7:46 PM

Anyone with siblings knows that trying to win an argument by yelling louder than your sister, or sticking fingers in your ears and filling your head with alternative noises (usually something like “blah blah blah I can’t hear you”), doesn’t really work. It may end the argument, you see, but it never wins it. 

That is why censorship is so obviously a bad idea. 

Most of us stop arguing that way by the time we are adults. We

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