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Here’s Why We Need A First Amendment For Social Platforms

“Social networks control much of what we say and do, and they need to admit their responsibilities.

Whether we like it or not, a significant part of our daily lives is spent consuming or generating content of various kinds on social platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and Instagram. These services allow us to connect with family and friends and interesting events from around the world, but they are also privately-run corporations with their own interests in mind—and those interests don’t always overlap with principles we take for granted, such as freedom of speech…”

Read @ Fortune