By Michael Conklin Private companies are largely free to censor speech without implicating First Amendment protections. However, many of the reasons why government censorship is harmful are also applicable to private sector censorship. With the increasing role social media companies play in disseminating information, understanding the harms of private sector censorship is more important now than ever… Read More
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