Big Tech overlords have been given incredible power to determine what Americans can and cannot say. Facebook has essentially hired assigned third-party “fact-checkers” to act as “editors” on their platform. At the same time, they take full advantage of the protection they receive from Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. Section 230 was passed in 1996. The act that protects Facebook and other big tech bullies protect an “interactive computer service” from being treated as the publisher or speaker of third-party content.
On November 26, Alan Duke, co-founder of “Lead Stories,” issued a “False information” fact check violation on four of our top conservative Facebook pages, including our 100 Percent Fed Up Facebook page with almost 1.7 million followers. Fact-check violations, issued by Facebook’s third-party “fact-checkers” hired by Facebook, are used to throttle traffic on Facebook pages and to discredit the publishers who share articles they identify as “false information.”
The “fake news” violation was for an article