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A Liberal Projects onto Conservatives (again)

According to Adam Serwer of the Atlantic, Elon Musk Isn’t Buying Twitter to Defend Free Speech. Does Serwer have a close personal relationship with Musk? How does he know that Musk is lying about his motivation? Conservatives on Twitter have … Continue reading

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The Outcome of Allowing Censorship

Another day, another article in the Guardian addressing censorship. This time, Nick Cohen of The Observer is somewhat more lucid as he declares that The spectre of censorship and intolerance stalks today’s left. The task that appears most urgent today … Continue reading

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Censorship, gab.ai, and the Blockchain

Forbes has an article commenting on The Alt-Right’s Favorite Social Network Gab’s Plan To Use Blockchain To Make Itself Indestructible. I’ll comment briefly on the hypocrisy of blaming Gab for the comments of its users while giving Google, Facebook, and … Continue reading

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Is Google Built to Last?

In my analysis of the events surrounding James Damore’s now infamous Google memo, I stated that what had happened could be explained by the premise that Google holds diversity as a core value, where as Damore holds individual merit as … Continue reading

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Google is Biasing their Search Results

Recently, Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google, was quoted as saying “We’re not arguing for censorship, we’re arguing just take it off the page. Put it somewhere else. Make it harder to find.” In other words, Google is planning to … Continue reading

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