Social media companies advertise themselves as "platforms," but does the law agree? And if not, what does this mean for the future of social media?
You probably feel that your own instincts on any given topic represent the most moral options. But what if the appointed censor—whether it be the government, a business, etc.—were to disagree? What if it were to deem taboo the discussions that you felt to be necessary and allowed those you felt should be prevented? When you give away the right to choose for yourself, this is an inevitability.