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Facebook to ban content that denies or distorts the Holocaust

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By Elizabeth Culliford

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Should have done that ages ago!!!

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I'm more on the Slippery Slope side of thought.

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More slippery slope. I am no friend of holocaust deniers, but I certainly do not need Facebook staff to decide what we are allowed to say and what not.

This behaviour by Big Tech is not what their article 230 excemption was about.

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Good. Antisemitic filth should be banned. There's no slippery slope here. "Oh no, if you ban holocaust denial, then next you'll ban homophobia". Great. Let's do that.

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Went to Auschwitz, it seemed a really tiny place with a tiny stream, that's what I saw

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Censorship sucks. They also ban content that does not follow the official Covid19 narrative.

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Good. It’s dangerous.

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In my experience, Holocaust deniers are among the most cracked of the conspiracy theorists or they are are genuine anti-Semitic scum.

Banning this isn’t the answer. Let these people have their day and humiliate them in the cold light of day.

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*have their say

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I'm more on the Slippery Slope side of thought

@Kazuaki Shimazaki

There is a reason it’s called the “slippery slope fallacy”. It’s because it’s inherently fallacious.

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Went to Auschwitz, it seemed a really tiny place with a tiny stream, that's what I saw

Didn't feel like visiting the museum?

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