Keep Twitter Accountable Without Censorship

Originally Published in the Wall Street Journal (Coauthored with Adam Candeub)

In an effort to “take a more aggressive stance,” Twitter announced on Nov. 3 that it will enact new and revised rules later this month to address graphic content, unwanted sexual advances, violent organizations, spam and “hateful” symbols and imagery on the social network. But one of these things is not like the others. Unlike regulating violent or harassing content that interferes with the experience of other users, prohibiting “hateful” imagery, symbols and content is a vague and subjective restriction—and one that would be unconstitutional if enforced by the government. Continue reading “Keep Twitter Accountable Without Censorship”