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From Clubhouse to Twitter Spaces, social media grapples with live audio moderation

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By Elizabeth Culliford

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Yes. Because, God forbid people should be allowed to have real-time conversations where they might say something that hasn't been approved. I wonder how humanity survived this long, with people talking freely as long as they were away from the ears of their kings or masters. Just luck, I guess.

I am glad that people are so well trained today. The minute a new technology comes along to enable the free flow of conversation, the first concern is how to control it and limit it. This will keep us safe and happy.

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