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Restricted By YouTube, Gun Enthusiasts Are Taking Their Videos To Pornhub

Restricted By YouTube, Gun Enthusiasts Are Taking Their Videos To Pornhub

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  • If you thought you were having a bad day, I'd encourage you to think about the guy who now has to go through the "bump stock" search feed on a porn site in order to learn how to apply one to his weapon. Or, better yet, the guy who has to explain to his family members that he's gone viral by teaching

    If you thought you were having a bad day, I'd encourage you to think about the guy who now has to go through the "bump stock" search feed on a porn site in order to learn how to apply one to his weapon. Or, better yet, the guy who has to explain to his family members that he's gone viral by teaching people how to shoot faster on a porn site (no pun intended).

    This is a real news story. Please enjoy this.

  • This: “(According to the American Bar, the First Amendment "limits the government's ability to suppress speech," but doesn't bar such suppression by private companies.)”

    Companies like Google are making business decisions couched as moral decisions. They’ve calculated the potential loss in advertising

    This: “(According to the American Bar, the First Amendment "limits the government's ability to suppress speech," but doesn't bar such suppression by private companies.)”

    Companies like Google are making business decisions couched as moral decisions. They’ve calculated the potential loss in advertising based on the reputation hit the platform could take, and they don’t care that a minority of gun enthusiasts are “f*cking pissed.” Unfair? Maybe.

    But you know what else is unfair? Deaths of innocent children. And the public is outraged (rightfully). So companies adjust accordingly.

  • So now everyone’s going to buy an NRA membership to cover up their browser history?

  • kind of reinforces the idea that US gun culture fetishizes arms

  • You can’t make this up.

  • I think the conversation about free speech is interesting because the internet has always been a predominately private market. Within private markets and for companies, we have allowed them to determine what content is and is not suitable for them. I am interested to hear people’s opinions about what

    I think the conversation about free speech is interesting because the internet has always been a predominately private market. Within private markets and for companies, we have allowed them to determine what content is and is not suitable for them. I am interested to hear people’s opinions about what rights do you feel are being infringed upon by companies taking stances like YouTube’s stance in this article and what are companies to do if consumers are demanding something contrary to your personal values?

  • Conservatives: the pro-life moral majority who now have to frequent a porn site to learn how to use their death machines better.