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Offline polonus

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Read about Twitter & facebook censorship on American colleges,
read here:

https://www.thefire.org/survey-77-of-colleges-use-secret-social-media-blacklist-to-censor-the-public-in-violation-of-first-amendment/

All negativity is being censored out to make the comments look all hunky-dory.
1.800 unique terms to secretly filter on, even certain emoji's.

What is the land of the bold and the free coming to?

Not that we are much different on the old continent,
but not everyone is aware of these facts
as how Big Data & Big Media are playing a rigged game.
And some may say: "Even a rigged game is fun to play".

polonus
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