5 thoughts on “Annals of Social Media Censorship: Part 2 – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. What’s the difference between what Facebook and Twitter do to you, and what you do to commenters when you moderate and ban their comments on Tikkun Olam?

    1. @ Fast Lane: Unlike Facebook and Twitter, I have rules which I actually follow regarding commenters.

      Also, I have a relatively small publishing operation. They have a billion dollar social media enterprise used by half the globe. You do see the difference, don’t you? They are, or should be a public utility. I run a personal blog/publishing platform.

      Also, unlike Facebook and Twitter, you may read and comment on my posts freely (if you follow the rules). You don’t need to register. You don’t need to have an account. I don’t use your information in any way or monetize it as they do.

      Other than that, we’re exactly the same!!

    1. @ Jen: When it comes to reporting major news stories about the Israeli national security state, it’s called journalism.

      If you attempt to publish such snark again, you will either be moderated or banned outright.

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