Susan Wojcicki, the CEO of Google-owned YouTube, recently demanded that government needs to enact laws to shutdown free speech. and allow let-wing, anti-American Big Tech bosses to quash any speech they don’t like.
“Our recommendation, if governments want to have more control over online speech is to pass laws to have that be very cleanly and clearly defined so that we can implement it,” Wojcicki said during an interview with the Hamburg-based broadcaster TIDETVhamburg.
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The fascist big tech chief noted that it was difficult for Youtube and other Internet services to wade through all the laws of every country in which they serve, so she thought it would be best if every country outlaws free speech… you know, to make it easier on her, Breitbart News reported.
“We work around the globe, and you’re right, certainly there are many different laws and many different jurisdictions, and we…enforce the laws of the various jurisdictions around speech or what’s considered safe or not safe,” Wojcicki said.
But she added that Youtube’s efforts to stop “misinformation” will be easier if governments act to help her out.
“What has been the controversial part is when there is content that would be deemed as harmful but yet is not illegal. An example of that, for example, would be COVID.
I’m not aware of there being laws by governments saying around COVID in terms of not being able to debate the efficacy of masks or where the virus came from or the right treatment or proposal but yet there was a lot of pressure and concern about us distributing misinformation that went against what was the standard and accepted medical knowledge.
And so this category of harmful but…legal has been, I think, where most of the discussion has been.”
Big tech is the enemy of both America and free speech.
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