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Yasha Levine
Downright scary that so many people are calling on Facebook — a giant corporation — to be the arbiter of truth and political censorship. Appealing to our corporate overlords to lord over us in a better, more humane way! Yep, that's the ticket.
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Yasha Levine 12 Jul 18
Replying to @chrisinsilico
So , who previously spent years working for a shady corporation that sought to covertly influence people, is now calling on another shady (but much more powerful) corporation to influence people by through censorship and arbitration of truth. Notice a pattern?
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Yasha Levine 2 Aug 18
Replying to @yashalevine
And...this is what happens when you outsource censorship to Facebook:
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Yasha Levine 6 Aug 18
Replying to @yashalevine
We begged our corporate overlords to be better masters of the information they let us see, and they answered our prayers. They are just and good. It's a power that they will never abuse.
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Yasha Levine 25 Jul 18
Replying to @yashalevine
Google, our corporate protector and savior.
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Kelly Ellis 13 Jul 18
Replying to @yashalevine
I see your point, but sadly, Facebook is already in that position. Way too many of my family members get their news from Facebook, and I don't see that changing any time soon.
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Elias Simoun 12 Jul 18
Replying to @yashalevine
What is the ticket then? Serious question, not mocking. If not corporate overlords, the government overlords then?
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Ch0mpz 12 Jul 18
Was about to ask the same.
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ZenPedro 12 Jul 18
There are laws that tell us what credit reporting agencies can say about us, and laws about how bill collectors can talk to us when they call on the phone, but there are no laws about what Facebook can do when it takes movies through their two-way mirror into our lives.
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Bearly Dreamy ❌⭕❌❌⭕ 12 Jul 18
Replying to @yashalevine
Corporations have always been arbiters of truth and political censorship.
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