episode 60: Social Media Speech Police with Brent Bozell and Dan Gainor


Has Facebook corporate become a parody? They banned a Prager University video on the “Ten Commandments.” Their explanation? "Well, it mentioned murder." Maybe next time Prager should do a video on the “Nine Commandments.”



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Has Facebook corporate become a parody? They banned a Prager University video on the “Ten Commandments.” Their explanation? “Well, it mentioned murder.” Maybe next time Prager should do a video on the “Nine Commandments.”

There’s much to learn about “social media speech police” on The Bill Walton Show with Brent Bozell and Dan Gainor. For example: What are the rules used to “de-platform” someone from social media? What’s the difference between a “European model” of speech and the U.S. Constitution’s. Why should you care about the Communications Decency Act and its Section 230? Some people call it the 26 words that created the internet. And new research shows that Google’s search engine could sway up to 20 million voters in the 2020 elections. Really?! Learn the answers to these questions, and more, on this latest edition of The Bill Walton Show.



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