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Why Facebook, Twitter, and Other Social Networking Sites are No Longer Private Companies

I recently wrote about the disgrace of The Heritage Foundation in refusing to oppose censorship of conservatives, libertarians, and the new right, where it cited Facebook and other social networking sites being private companies, which in its view exempts them from the parameters of free speech in America, as guaranteed by the Constitution. A cursory glance at the argument would suggest The Heritage Foundation is correct, but when digging deeper into it, it’s readily apparent that identifying these companies as being private is no longer an accurate […]

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The Heritage Foundation Now the Controlled Opposition of the Left

source: ascienceenthusiast It was and is inevitable that alleged and so-called conservative organizations like The Heritage Foundation abandon its core tenets and base in order to get a much-desired seat at the table with leftists; the carrot being in this circumstance the perceived opportunity to influence what Facebook will censor or not censor on its site. It was readily and observably apparent when reading what Klon Kitchen, the senior research fellow for technology at the Heritage Foundation, had to say about Facebook and its “receptiveness” to conservative […]

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