Karma is karma, neh?

Facebook: “The Policy team has came to the conclusion that your content and your brand has been determined unsafe to the community.” Hmmm, must be some light speed practitioner of Godwin’s Law, right? Oops, bad targets! Leo Laporte points out that the company founder has been apologizing for misusing private information since 2003, when he did so in the Harvard Crimson, and this is a little different spin. Charming. More at Powerline. Question: how can a guy be an animal if he’s a reformer? Bonus fun: check out what one of our B school section mates is up to.

Final point: what do Walter Williams, Tom Sowell, and Larry Elder know that the US government can’t get its mind around?

One Response to “Karma is karma, neh?”

  1. OriginalFrank Says:

    Re: Diamond and Silk, that’s unfortunate news for them. Clearly the meaning of “unsafe for the community” means “unsafe for the progressive community”, since some progs might follow the page, see ‘unsafe’ content, and even lose their faith in great-and-powerful-progressivism.

    If it isn’t clear to all on the conservative/traditional/libertarian/right/alt-right yet, there is no future in using the works of progressivism (FB, Google, YouTube, Twitter) to build a brand or market. They *will* no-platform you, so time to find another platform and start over.

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