Who’s To Say? Does content policing by Twitter & FB violate freedom of speech?

Twitter has banned a campaign post by Marsha Blackburn, a Republican candidate running for senator in Tennessee. It removed her video, claiming it was inflammatory.
Facebook has also faced increased pressure for its failure to remove questionable content. Its security chief said there’s a danger people want it to become an Orwellian-style Ministry of Truth.
RT heard conflicting opinions on the issue from political activist Paul Wiffen and journalist Matteo Bergamini.

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‘Ministry of Truth’? Facebook to use 3rd party fact-checkers to mark fake news

Facebook’s News Feed will defer to third parties such as ABC and Washington Post to more closely police for hoaxes and fake news posts, but there are no Russian companies among the fact-checkers, that include two Ukrainian groups, one of which is hardline Russophobic.

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