"If Facebook hadn’t taken such an aggressive strategy towards consolidating itself as a central node for information distribution, then it would be held to lower standards. But it has amassed such power that experts and public opinion refer to it as the digital public square: the place where people protest, sign up for public events, get information about politics, and more.
"So Facebook’s responsibilities go beyond those of any other digital platform, and yet people seem to believe it fails to cope with these responsibilities."
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