History Repeats: Political Censorship, Twitter and Joe Biden

Social media censorship has become a key issue at a time when 62 percent of American adults get their news from platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.

The long-standing argument at tech giants such as these has been that these platforms are purely just that, platforms, and that they are not responsible for the nature of content that they distribute.

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Founder of METARISE. CEO of Collective Campus. HBR writer. Author of Time Rich, and Employee to Entrepreneur. Host of Future Squared podcast. Occasional surfer.

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Steve Glaveski

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Founder of METARISE. CEO of Collective Campus. HBR writer. Author of Time Rich, and Employee to Entrepreneur. Host of Future Squared podcast. Occasional surfer.

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