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The Word Censorship Has An Actual Meaning: A Defense of Content Moderation

Dylan Moses distinguishes censorship and content moderation, arguing that conflating them creates problems and dangers.

"[C]ontent moderation at most major platforms usually evokes notions of censorship because speech people care most about - certain forms of political speech - are usually moderated heavily. But not all speech is equal."

Read more in Tech Policy Press.

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