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The Twitter Wars: Suppression of Free Discourse

Twitter was once hailed as a key asset for the free exchange of ideas, abd that was instrumental in the protests in Iran, Tunisia, and Egypt. However, in recent days, left-wing users in America have taken to suppressing conservative accounts on Twitter. They have used Twitter’s anti-spam measures to shut down conservative voices by flagging their accounts en masse as spam.
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