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John Szabo lies about book "bannings", then supports "bannings" (librarian, LAPL) - 10/03/23

John Szabo of the Los Angeles Public Library is lying about books being banned, and then ironically supports what he calls banning. Confused? Let me explain. Szabo tweeted this from the LAPL account [1]: October 1 - 7 is #BannedBooksWeek. Celebrate the freedom to read and learn about the current and historical attempts to censor books in libraries and schools. Click to learn more about the annual event that has brought together the entire book community

Twitter tries to censor a critic of Elon Musk's censorship: me - 02/27/23

With a few high-profile exceptions, censorship on Twitter has stayed the same or even gotten worse since Elon Musk took over.

Twitter censors Jen Siebel Newsom (CA First "Partner") - 02/14/23

Hiding non-extremist content as "potentially sensitive" is one of the many ways that Twitter engages in censorship on a mass scale. And, they've now done it to Jen Siebel Newsom, the wife of California governor Gavin Newsom.

Search the Russian "troll" tweets - 08/01/18

Five Thirty Eight has released 3 million tweets from Russian "trolls", and you can search through them by various parameters at that link.

Alt Right is still worthless at opposing censorship: they got Katie Notopoulos suspended but did it change minds? - 12/03/17

The latest grand plan from the Alt Right was to show Twitter engages in hypocrisy when it comes to suspending users and removing their verified status [1]; see the image below showing questionable tweets from verified users.

Twitter suspends Alt Right users: what everyone should do - 11/16/16

Twitter has suspended the accounts of various "Alt Right" users (link). Unlike some past cases, this wasn't due to "targeted harassment", saying mean things about people, or the like. This was purely ideological.