[ExI] vaccines again
john at ziaspace.com
Wed Jan 4 17:12:12 UTC 2023
>> ...It seems like you're advocating for the freedom to spread
> Until we have a person who can flawlessly identify misinformation, then ja I
> am advocating for the freedom to spread misinformation and furthermore, that
> the freedom to spread misinformation exists under the first amendment.
"Nobody can perfectly define it, so we should stop caring" is quite a
> We know of plenty of organizations which can flawfully identify
> misinformation, such as Twitter under the control of the FBI. They were
> flawfully limiting information while amplifying misinformation. Now
> Twitter's policy is open it up, buyer beware with respect to information.
> We don't know yet which is which. We still don't.
Facts are nice.
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