Unilever, one of the world’s largest advertisers, is threatening to pull its investment and marketing from tech giants such as Google, Facebook and Twitter if the platforms fuel “hate” and create “division.”
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When creating a background profile, Facebook gives users 50 nationality options. These options, he claims, include Palestine, but Israel is conspicuously absent.
This post, which Facebook removed and used as a pretext to block my account, was published on August 2013. Almost 5 years ago! Facebook has resurrected an old post for its latest block.
Spokane Fire Captain Jon Sprague used the forum to share his faith which the department insisted on censoring. When Sprague declined to submit to viewpoint discrimination — he was fired.
Can some good lawyer send a letter to Facebook to ask them if, as a Christian, I am allowed to express that I love homosexuals, murderers, and all sinners?
Once upon a time, journalism meant original writing. Now it means deciding which original writing to censor. Internet censorship is becoming a business model.