Social media needs to stop pulling opinions it doesn’t like

Social media channels have come under fire of late for allowing posts from people who want to share misinformation or inspire others to be violent. There are a lot of problems with the way these companies are regulated now — as is evidenced by the fact that teenagers express suicidal thoughts after spending time on Instagram — but censoring ideas that are unpopular (at least in the…

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I am a sports and news junkie, writer and comedian. I also spent at least one lifetime working in politics and campaigns. https://bit.ly/2CUgcAg

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Alyson Chadwick

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I am a sports and news junkie, writer and comedian. I also spent at least one lifetime working in politics and campaigns. https://bit.ly/2CUgcAg

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