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Racists are using these code-words online to avoid censorship

Skittles aren’t just candies. Skype isn’t just a VoIP service. Google, Bing, and Yahoo aren’t just search engines. In fact, these are all codewords that are used by racists online in order for them to skirt censorship. You can see the full (and deeply unpleasant) list below. Racist Trump twitter has come up with a new coded way to share racial slurs w/ each other and avoid account suspension.
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