Google Ads Launches Anti Second Amendment Campaign

Google Ads Launches Campaign Against Second Amendment
Conner Drigotas | @cddrigotas

Google Ads, the world’s largest ad delivery platform, has now taken a stand against the Second Amendment.

In their updated terms of service, emailed to all program participants on September 30, 2019, Google Ads announced that they will be throttling ad revenue to pages that relate to “Guns, gun parts, and related accessories.”

As a result, gun-related websites that rely on ad traffic will see decreased revenue.

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Social Media Sites Don’t Have a Monopoly on Free Speech

Atilla Sulker | @AtillaSulker

Individuals from all corners of the political spectrum have been rilled up by the recent bannings of various figures from social media platforms including Alex Jones and Louis Farrakhan. Some have praised these bans for providing good restrictions on what they deem “fake news” or “hate speech”. Others have attacked these bans for being influenced by nefarious motives that are contra free speech. The debate regarding the extent to which social media sites may regulate speech has been going on for years now. Perhaps it is time for a reassessment.

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