ATLANTA, GA / ACCESSWIRE / October 23, 2018 / Findit, Inc. (OTC PINK: FDIT) a Nevada Corporation offers insight into how Findit is differentiating itself from Facebook, Twitter, and other social networking platforms when it comes to censorship of selected members and its effects on freedom of speech. Google is the internet’s Wizard of Oz, the main force determining its future. Every now and then, we get a glimpse behind the curtain. A presentation put together by employees of Google was recently leaked to the public; it illustrated the extent that the tech juggernaut is wrestling with decisions around censorship and freedom of speech. In Google’s case, the first slide of the presentation said their aim is to “reassure the world that Google protects users from harmful conduct, while still supporting free speech.” Facebook is dealing with the same issues. Twitter is as well. In fact, Twitter banned conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and Infowars back in September, citing abusive behavior. In July, Twitter banned Conservative actor James Woods for retweeting a satirical meme that the platform stated could impact the midterms. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ai4kjy72YgU Many other notable personalities have been banned from these platforms, leading some to speculate that there is a politically-motivated application for the account bans and   Read more…