Social Networks Must Stand Against Censorship

Users don't want their content policed. And it can't be done, anyway.

Let the user decide.

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The pressure for social networks to censor the content that appears on them just won't cease, and the networks are bending. Censorship, however, is not what users want. Nor is it technically possible, even if the platforms won't admit it.

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