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The One Rule of Content Moderation That Every Platform Follows

For YouTube, Facebook and the rest, if a decision becomes too controversial, change it

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FFacing pressure to ban a hatemonger, a tech company like Facebook, Google, or Twitter initially demurs, saying that while some may find his speech (or her speech, but usually his) objectionable, it doesn’t violate…




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