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Jordan Peterson’s radical ‘anti-censorship’ platform promises free speech – but can it deliver?

Jordan Peterson’s radical ‘anti-censorship’ platform promises free speech  –  but can it deliver?

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Controversial psychologist and author Jordan Peterson has launched a new “anti-censorship” social media platform that promises to be an alternative to Facebook and Twitter, but what exactly is it – and could it really work? Thinkspot, a subscription-based service, is meant to be a radical alternative to the major social media platforms and, Peterson told podcast host Joe Rogan, it will not ban a user “unless we’re ordered to by a US court of law.” It describes itself as an “an intellectual playground for censorship-free discourse” and “a collaborative community where individuals can explore and exchange ideas in a thoughtful and respectful manner.” The platform also aims to monetize content-creation, making it a kind of social media version of YouTube or Patreon.
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