I personally think that Twitter and Facebook were right to apply their policies even against the President of the United States. Others do not agree with the decisions of Twitter and the rest of course, for various reasons other than the First Amendment. One of the best arguments to keep @RealDonaldTrump on Twitter did Trump’s appearances on Twitter created a remarkably transparent presidency. Most of the time, his Twitter The thread told anyone who wanted to check out exactly what they were watching on TV, what they thought about it, and who they were angry with that day. It was a bizarre kind of reality TV, where grudges were established, insults made and promises made. It wasn’t out of place though; grudges and insults often signaled who was about to be fired, and promises were sometimes kept (good or bad).
Ultimately, the important legal issue raised by tech companies last week is that of antitrust, as many others have argued. As for the others …
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