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‘Free Speech’ Platforms Are Emerging as Facebook and Twitter Suspend Trump

What happens when those spurned by Facebook and Twitter migrate elsewhere?

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Four years ago, startup founder Andrew Torba emailed me about a social network he was building, one that offered users near-absolute free speech. A pro-Trump




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