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but as a general rule, no company should be able to set "policies" for free speech. The "its their platform" argument doesn't wash when they have such a tight grip on the internet. When a small number of people control the means of communication for millions then that's a problem.
Should Google be forced to fund speech that goes against its policies?
Google, Facebook, and Twitter ban for offenses that go against none of their policies every day.
If Google doesn't ban leftists for similar dialogue, they are a publisher and a campaign contributor.
Is obviously not a credible source. It is openly Conservative biased.
This appears to be an attempt to attack the source rather than the information. You need to make a good faithed attempt to debate the information.
And Google does not have a monopoly
Wrong again stupid.
Fascinating Number: Google Is Now 40% Of The Internet.
And that article is over 6 years old.
So let the right break them up unlike the left who keeps feeding them.
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!