I won’t be surprised if this is censored! Mark Zuckerberg is taking Facebook into a legal direction that could face problems. As a publisher, determining what they want to censor, they also are responsible for whatever is published on the site. As a platform and a soap-box, they are not free to censor, but are no longer responsible for other people’s views. You can’t have it both ways.

Facebook has invoked its free speech right as a publisher, insisting its ability to smear users as extremists is protected, but its legal immunity thus far has rested on a law which protects platforms, not publishers. Which is it?

Found at www.rt.com

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