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Let’s Not Put the Government in Charge of Moderating Facebook

Social platforms are not good at policing speech, but Washington would be even worse

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FFacebook co-founder Chris Hughes’ New York Times op-ed last week calling for his former company to be broken up sparked responses from ex-Facebook employees (some in favor of the idea, some against it), Democratic…




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