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Violations of those terms are increasingly answered by speedy takedowns, sometimes by human moderators and other times by algorithms.

  • Facebook has grown so large and, in many countries, essential that deleting an account seems to many like an impossibility.

  • Democracy, at least in theory, allows us to change things we do not like.

  • The court also may help Facebook shape the policies under which those content-moderating decisions are made.

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But what they mean to Zuckerberg is likely not what they mean to an activist in India, or a shop-owner in Britain, or anyone else anywhere else.

  • But Facebook has become essential to everyday communication in countries throughout the globe.

  • We cannot vote out Facebook.

  • The company does not only end up governing individuals; it ends up governing governments, too.




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