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December 13, 2023
Pay Attention, America: This is the guy just given "immense powers" to sensor social media content on behalf of government
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"Jeremy Godfrey will soon have immense powers to police social media. He's just not quite sure how he's going to do it."
Let that sentence percolate for a bit.
"But Brodigan, why do I care about Ireland? America first."
This isn't about caring about another country as much as a warning for this country. The same type of progressive ideologues who support social media censorship in Europe also hold office here. Democrat officials in this country also believe, "We are restricting freedom but we're doing it for the common good" and "moving to a situation where these companies do not get to self-monitor." The difference is we have a Bill of Rights in this country that prevents leftists from living out their soggiest socialist dreams. For now. Hence the "pay attention, America."
When the firey but mostly peaceful protests broke out after an (alleged) illegal migrant stabbed children as young as five years old, the Irish were angry. The open border influx of migrants happening all over Europe with similar results. The government, instead of acknowledging the anger over the policies, determined what was at fault was the ability of people like Conor McGregor to express that anger on social media. New laws were needed.
Hence, Jeremy Godfrey. Ireland's new social media enforcer. (h/t Not The Bee)
Such national entities are empowered to act under the EU's social media rules ... under the online content rulebook's complex structure, these agencies will work via a pan-European board on both EU-wide and domestic digital issues. Several of these appointed watchdogs have met regularly since last summer to coordinate how outsiders can flag potential harmful content on platforms and how EU citizens can make formal complaints — both requirements under the bloc's content rules.
This detail of Godfrey is interesting as well.
Now imagine a law passed in America that gives a random bureaucrat "immense powers to police social media" that he/she/xi is "not quite sure how" to use yet. If we aren't careful and don't pay attention, after another four years of Leftist control of the White House we might find out.
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