Shadow banning

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Shadow banning is where a user is not blocked, but their content is blocked so that nobody can read anything they have produced. It is a way of banning without actually banning. Online platforms are protected from any responsibility of shadowbanning by section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.[1]

James O'Keefe released videos of Twitter engineers discussing how they actively engage in the practice against conservative voices.[2][3][4]

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