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cilantro 1 point ago +2 / -1 (edited)

I disagree.

President Trump's greatest failure would have been regulating online speech, guaranteeing it's death.

Reddit is neither a public utility nor a public forum and it's CEOs have the same First Amendment rights to run their servers however they like as a Christian baker has to refuse to make sodomy cakes.

The free market is the only viable solution to the problem of online censorship.

If you don't like strawberries then don't eat strawberries.

If you don't like Reddit then don't use Reddit, but realize that Reddit owes you nothing.

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cilantro 0 points ago +1 / -1 (edited)

They are private companies with NEAR monopolistic control

Remember when MySpace and Digg had monopolistic control too?

This is the free market.

They are more of a utility

The law disagrees with your feelings.

You have no argument.

Just because you feel hurt or sad, changes nothing.

Reddit owes you nothing.

To claim there is a true free market is absolute shit.

You're partially correct, but not in the way you realize because large IT companies enjoy handouts from our government which isn't fair and provides an unfair advantage. This needs to stop so the free market has solve our online free speech problems by filling a customer need on a level playing field.