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Facebook Admits in Court to Being a “Publisher” After Zuckerberg had Claimed to Congress it was Not a Publisher to Avoid Censorship Liability
Facebook Admits in Court to Being a “Publisher” After Zuckerberg had Claimed to Congress it was Not a Publisher to Avoid Censorship Liability

Facebook Admits in Court to Being a “Publisher” After Zuckerberg had Claimed to Congress it was Not a Publisher to Avoid Censorship Liability

In May Facebook announced that it had banned several high-profile conservative personalities from their platform, including an incoming ban on the Facebook-owned Instagram.

They labeled conservatives “dangerous.”

Milo Yiannopoulos, Laura Loomer, and all accounts related to Alex Jones or Infowars (including Paul Joseph Watson) were the main targets of Facebook’s latest purge and were labeled ‘dangerous’ by the social media giant.

To draw away from criticism about only banning pro-Trump figures, Facebook also claimed to be taking action against Louis Farrakhan, the Hitler-loving Nation of Islam leader.

The company alleges that all individuals or accounts engaged in the following behaviors, according to a statement given to pro-censorship CNN reporter Oliver Darcy.

At the same time Facebook has been eliminating billions of page views to conservative publishers.

Laura Loomer took action and filed a lawsuit against far left Facebook.

This was a huge development!

As Cultture reported Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg previously told Congress he does not believe Facebook is a media company.

Source: Gateway Pundit

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