NK negotiates; jobs soar; the black-white labor gap closes… yes, but what about the porn star??? Plus Michael Knowles: is social media really censoring conservatives?

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  1. Inactive

    If Facebook displays ads/posts in support of one candidate, but takes down those of the opponent, isn’t that an in- kind campaign contribution? Same as if a newspaper that would not sell ads to one candidate but gave free space to the opponent. Would such violation of campaign finance laws, done consistently by those dominating the web, amount to public harm needed to support anti-trust actions?

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    • March 12, 2018 at 8:13 pm
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  2. Coolidge

    Pepe LePew (View Comment):
    If Facebook displays ads/posts in support of one candidate, but takes down those of the opponent, isn’t that an in- kind campaign contribution? Same as if a newspaper that would not sell ads to one candidate but gave free space to the opponent. Would such violation of campaign finance laws, done consistently by those dominating the web, amount to public harm needed to support anti-trust actions?

    If they’re paying facebook to display this content, are they committing some kind of fraud by on one hand accepting payment to display the content, then on the other hand blocking it – or – placing a label on it to undermine its credibility?

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    • March 13, 2018 at 8:51 am
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