Fulda By Aron Solomon When we first use their service, consumer-facing technology platforms make us agree to their Terms of Service (TOS), which determines how we are and are not allowed to use their platform. Social media companies have long struggled with balancing content moderation with the ability of the user to post the content they want to post. Yet the politically-charged times in which we live have extended this debate to technology companies outside the social vertical and has raised new questions as to the extent these companies should consider the context of the outside world in making the internal…
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