The “bravery” of social networks
Many are the people who have seen their tweets or posts censored on different social networks in recent years.
Most of them deservedly for using disqualification or insult as an argument, for polarizing society without added value, or for hiding behind a username to dump their frustrations on the first one that has been exposed through a reasonable opinion. .
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