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In his speech last week to the R Street Institute in Washington, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai attacked Twitter censorship by name, with a warning that reverberated throughout Silicon Valley.

Almost as if in retaliation, Twitter has allowed users to post a startling number of hateful Tweets containing death threats against Pai and his family.


"When it comes to a free and open Internet, Twitter is part of the problem," Pai said, attacking the Internet edge company content provider for hiding behind net neutrality rules to implement an aggressive plan to censor conservatives and libertarians from the website.

"The company has a viewpoint and uses that viewpoint to discriminate," Pai continued. "This conduct is many things but it isn't fighting for an open Internet."

Pai signaled out Twitter as a leading abuser of censorship practices that has "a double-standard" in screening out conservative users in favor of left-leaning liberal users.

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