You Can’t Watch This

Do we have a right to be on Facebook? Who decides? With social media an ever increasing hub of public life, what happens when you can’t get online? You Can’t Watch This tells the story of five controversial figures deplatformed for their political beliefs, finding themselves forced to adjust to watching the debate from the outside.

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2 Responses to You Can’t Watch This

  1. Bricky says:

    The White House
    ‏Verified account @WhiteHouse

    The Trump Administration is fighting for free speech online.

    No matter your views, if you suspect political bias has caused you to be censored or silenced online, we want to hear about it!

    http://wh.gov/techbias
    1:52 PM -- 15 May 2019
    https://whitehouse.typeform.com/to/Jti9QH
    https://twitter.com/WhiteHouse/status/1128765001223663617

  2. Ned2 says:

    At what point does a private business become a public utility?
    I’m split on this.
    As an individual, I have the right and have chosen the option to not participate in those platforms.
    I do not need them to survive, like the power company.

    Another question: Why has there been no successful right leaning competition to them?

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