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The Case for Trump’s Permanent Ban From Social Media

Danielle Citron and colleague argue that former President Trump, currently banned from Twitter and Facebook, should not be allowed back on social media.

“While in office, Trump violated companies’ terms of service by harassing individuals, inciting violence, and spreading harmful disinformation about public health. He was an olympic-level policy violator—every day brought a new violation, to the detriment of our democracy, national security, and safety. He should not be allowed back.”

Read more in Slate

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