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  • tolickorclick tolickorclick Apr 7, 2014 8:29 AM Flag

    How about Censorship Yahoo - Can I post about Censorship???

    Censorship of content is a violation of the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.

    Comments Yahoo?

    TLOC

    ps - Yahoo why do you think so many other options have popped up all over the internet over the last decade? Cause you're shills and everyone knows it...

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    • "Censorship of content is a violation of the First Amendment of the United States Constitution."

      No. It's not.

      The first amendment prohibits the government from censoring, not private entities. You are posting here solely on the terms that Yahoo sets.

      • 1 Reply to just_me_over_here_again
      • Yup, you're right. And we all know who runs the government now don't we...it's not the individuals who vote.

        What I should have said was censorship of content by Yahoo violates the "Spirit" of the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. Back when it was written I don't think the internet existed or even many U.S. corporations with the actual ability (other than newspapers) to censor individual speech. That's changed - big time.

        The yahoos are in bed with the shorts - always have been. Classic example of big money smooching each others' behinds - to the extent of censoring big mouth Sheeple.

        Otherwise what's Yahoo so afraid of? I didn't even use naughty words.

        TLOC

        now please go hump someone else's leg - mines been worn out over the years...

 
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