Call Me Stormy

Finding righteous currents in turbulent times

Twitter’s Mass Censorship

During discussions about shadow banning, mass censorship and the unequal treatment of conservatives on social media, the common objection is that these “are private companies who can do whatever they want.” Stefan Molyneux looks at the “private company” argument and explains what is often overlooked when taking that perspective.

Milo Yiannopoulos looks at the latest Project Veritas bombshell, involving Twitter collecting users’ private dick pix and related sexual or explicit material. Hard to believe a company losing so much money would assign a few hundred employees for such a wanton purpose. Are the pix for Twitter’s advertisers or just its leering staff?

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