Jake Passi
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Did you know that Facebook went on an alternative media page deleting rampage last month? In June they deleted (or unpublished indefinitely) 79 alternative media pages owned by my friends in the alternative media community. 80 including my own, Collectively Conscious. Here's a...See more

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Hi everyone! I'm happy to join you all here on Minds.com! My name is Jake Passi. I'm the founder of Collectively Conscious - Hive Mind for the Awakened (http://collectivelyconscious.net). Collectively Conscious is a community-powered, community-verified alternative...See more

This was one of the worst, most harmful moves ever by Facebook. They took away the ability for thousands of people (including ordinary housewives) to monetize their pages and earn some extra money. It doesn't matter if someone was paid to post something, it's still their freedom of speech to post it.

Congress grilled representatives from Facebook, Twitter and Google about their "content filtration" practices and censorship of speech protected by the First Amendment on Tuesday. Some politicians poo poo'd the hearing and others hinted that perhaps Facebook should be regulated if they don't respect the free speech of their users, at least American users since free speech is one of our nation's founding principles.

More from Jake Passi

Hi everyone! I'm happy to join you all here on Minds.com! My name is Jake Passi. I'm the founder of Collectively Conscious - Hive Mind for the Awakened (http://collectivelyconscious.net). Collectively Conscious is a community-powered, community-verified alternative...See more

This was one of the worst, most harmful moves ever by Facebook. They took away the ability for thousands of people (including ordinary housewives) to monetize their pages and earn some extra money. It doesn't matter if someone was paid to post something, it's still their freedom of speech to post it.

Congress grilled representatives from Facebook, Twitter and Google about their "content filtration" practices and censorship of speech protected by the First Amendment on Tuesday. Some politicians poo poo'd the hearing and others hinted that perhaps Facebook should be regulated if they don't respect the free speech of their users, at least American users since free speech is one of our nation's founding principles.