https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.th...iminating-republican-conservative-voices/amp/ Excellent news, and I hope some legislation comes from this. A handful of Silicon Valley liberals should not have the power to silence their opponents on the internet, especially when you consider the collusive nature of these particular people. These media sites are natural monopolies, and they have not been threatened with being broken up, like we do with other monopolies. The less intelligent conservative/libertarian argument of “just start your own site” doesn’t work. This isn’t a cake shop where you can go across the street to a competing business. There is no alternative to Facebook. There isn’t even any guarantee that if you did start your own site, you would be safe. Gab.ai was started as a free speech alternative and competitor to Twitter, and is currently being threatened by Microsoft at having their domain stolen, because they refused to remove a couple of antisemetic posts by a single user on their platform. That’s not freedom. These tech companies do not own the internet, and their business is heavily dependent on it. The infracstructure built to create and maintain the internet is paid for with taxpayer dollars, and these companies should be subject to the 1st amendment and the other rights that we have.