Platforms like Twitter and Facebook are treated as distinct from publishers in large part because they refrain from discriminating based on ideology. That’s so yesterday.
As more and more of the tools we use in daily life—payment processing, social media, or even Uber—move online, the question of what it takes to be banned only becomes more relevant.
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