if you're running a social network: if you don't ban the violent, you're effectively banning the victims who flee. the choice says a lot.

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the fallacy of the free speech arguments on social networks is considering who is banned more than who is actually terrified to the point of silence. mostly because only one group is actually visible.

@wilkie Censorship is not when a private company denies someone from publishing certain content via them, but government prohibits someone from consuming certain content. There's a difference. But words are bent in such a discussions, that meaning which fits better gets dressed into honorable terms.

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