It surprises me how the "research finds banning hateful content reduces its reach" article is getting shared as some big discovery. It's censorship - its whole purpose is to reduce the reach of the content.
The controversy is on who gets to define what is hateful or not and then force their point of view on others.
"In 2018, Utah passed the first free-range parenting law, which prevents investigating parents for neglect if they allow their children to play outside or engage in similar independent activities, like walking to school or staying at home without supervision."
What? They needed laws to allow the normal?
Given the new position the media is taking, it seems my hypothesis is no longer a conspiracy theory:
* The virus leaked from a lab;
* The Chinese government tried to contain it at first;
* Once containment was known to eventually fail, the plan changed to gauge the reaction of other countries against biological weapons;
* Almost all countries failed miserably.
I am Time grown old to destroy the world,
Embarked on the course of world annihilation.
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