Let's Debate: The Role of Social Media concerning Presidential Candidates

Updated: Oct 26, 2020

Do you agree or disagree that social media companies like facebook and twitter have a responsibility to police the internet concerning political candidates?


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“Do you agree or disagree that social media companies like Facebook and Twitter have a responsibility to police the internet concerning political candidates?”

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