Nouja, via een omweg kan je iets in die richting stellen, maar dat zegt meer over de absurditeit van social media.

In een wereld waar "fake news" wordt verwijderd i.p.v. alleen bekritiseerd, wordt die kritiek als argument gehanteerd voor verwijdering. Maar ja, wat moet je dan? …

@birdsite the original tweet said: "By the way, I was told multiple times that I'm censoring [Dutch conspiracy theorists] by fact checking them. It's convenient when calling out falsehoods is 'censorship'"

To which I replied: "Well, in a roundabout way you could argue something like that, but it says more about the absurdity of social media. In a world where 'fake news' is deleted rather than merely criticised, that criticism is used as an argument for deletion. But what do you do then?"

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