Should I just let Nate Silver do all the talking here?
IDK it seems revealing that there are a lot of things Facebook expressly says it won't allow — claims that produce "voter suppression" or which constitue "bullying" — but that fact-checking claims in politician's ads is somehow a bridge too far?https://t.co/mfrGl4RNwP— Nate Silver (@NateSilver538) October 18, 2019
There’s a whole thread, and it’s worth clicking through.
And what if I add a little Tim Pool?
We are launching an editorially independent fact checking division.— Tim Pool (@Timcast) October 18, 2019
Subverse is editorially independent from me and I have no say in what they cover
CNN meanwhile has direct intervention from the president and has shift almost exclusively to covering Trump
Things are changing. Litigation may or may not be part of that process. Will the Tim Pools of the world make Facebook’s anticompetitive, censorious conduct irrelevant through the happy working of the invisible hand?
That is very optimistic. But certainly possible.