Finally, it seems, content moderation on social media is making some moves away from the free speech absolutism of the early internet and toward a more nuanced understanding of what kind of rules are necessary to enable free expression for the broadest possible range of people.
That is, no free speech for thou even if me and mine do get free speech. For the moment.
One of the first tech executives to take a stand for this more holistic view of protecting free expression on the web
Interesting use of the word “holistic” isn’t it?