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The Heartland Institute’s Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, Cameron Sholty, and Nate Myers present episode 289 of the In The Tank Podcast. In a recent example of big tech censorship, an episode of the In The Tank Podcast was removed by YouTube. The ITT crew discusses this specifically and big tech censorship in general. Later, they talk about an update to the COVID vaccine passport story covered in the previous episode.
OPENING CHIT CHAT
In The Tank ep281 was taken off YouTube
BIG TECH CENSORSHIP
Heartland Institute – Six Principles for State Legislators Seeking to Protect Free Speech on Social Media Platforms
Redstate – Section 230 Does Not Protect Big Tech From State Anti-Censorship Laws
Heartland Institute – Testimony Before the Wyoming Joint Committee on Judiciary on SF 100, Prohibiting Viewpoint Discrimination by Interactive Social Media Websites and providing a Private Case of Action
VACCINE PASSPORT UPDATE
CNBC – Stop Saying Covid vaccine passport and learn from messaging missteps of the past
Washington Post – We tested the first state ‘vaccine passport.’ Here’s what worked – and didn’t
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