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View: Free media have the right to exclude content; that is not censorship

View: Free media have the right to exclude content; that is not censorship
View: Free media have the right to exclude content; that is not censorship

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The European Union (EU) has been at the fore of regulating US internet giants.

Twitter and Facebook have suspended Donald Trump’s social media accounts after he incited a mob to storm the Capitol Building in Washington on January 6. Many Democrats say this is not enough, and plan to impeach Trump. But many Republicans say Trump’s freedom of speech has been violated by private corporations.They are not alone. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has criticised Facebook and Twitter for breaching Trump’s ‘fundamental right to
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