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Republicans want to alter Section 230 to stop platforms from discriminating against conservative voices by removing accounts or censoring posts deemed to be hate speech, disinformation or other content that incites violence.

From Digiday

They are, at their core, an attempt to create a taxpayer-funded invitation to discriminate.

Bitcoin is neutral like cash, and can’t discriminate between good and bad.

From Time

In effect, the laws prevented practices like paid prioritization, in which faster connections went to companies willing to pay fees to ISPs, or blocking, which would allow companies to discriminate against lawful content.

For the court to decide otherwise, it would mandate that the city discriminate.

Allowing some people to discriminate sends the message that discrimination is okay.

State RFRAs would allow businesses owners to legally discriminate against same-sex couples.

Allow small businesses—for-profit wedding chapels, caterers, florists—to discriminate against gays.

Yup, Evelyn and Donald Knapp are “ordained Christian ministers” suing for the right to discriminate.

Not wanting to discriminate against low-income clients, though, she scheduled the appointment.

Nor can a telegraph company discriminate against another in refusing credit which is given to other responsible parties.

But she was quick to discriminate between usurpation, and legal authority.

She is brother's-daughter of his Mother, Sophie Charlotte: let the reader learn to discriminate these two names.

I'll be better qualified after this to discriminate between the false and true.

Again, we find the Tojin baka often fail to discriminate between different classes of females.


On this page you'll find 75 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to discriminate, such as: segregate, single out, contradistinguish, disfavor, favor, and hate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.