Mark Zuckerberg has insisted again and again that he has not been unfairly censoring certain users of Facebook.
The Media Research Center just conducted a study, and they would like to officially disagree.
The study was on the impact of secondhand censorship, which means those who are affected by censorship by being denied access to the content that they were seeking out.
The study found that on no less than 144 MILLION times, Facebook users should have seen a piece of conservative content, but didn’t because Facebook’s algorithm deemed it too conservative.
If you’re freaked out by that massive number, wait until you hear this.
That’s over a period of just three months.
The research center published their findings:
“MRC Free Speech America tracked the effects of secondhand censorship using our one-of-a-kind CensorTrack database. Across seven Big Tech platforms – Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, LinkedIn and Spotify – MRC Free Speech America logged a grand total of 144,301,713 times that users on social media had information kept from them in the first quarter of 2022 alone.
MRC calculated the secondhand censorship effect by adding the number of followers each account had at the time of each censorship case recorded during the quarter.
The secondhand censorship effect for the first quarter of 2022 includes only the censorship cases we found or were informed about. Because of this, it represents a mere fraction of the total scale of secondhand censorship taking place.”
MRC also mentioned the Joe Rogan Experience podcast as proof.
Given how frequently Joe Rogan is sought out, his 70 removed videos would have been listened to about 770 million times.
Instead, liberals had their way and that number was zero.
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