The latest wave of censorship from Big Tech reveals the flaw in what’s always been the libertarian answer to the problem – building your own alternative gets more difficult when the internet is consolidated in the hands of a small cabal of internet companies like Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, Apple and Google. True North’s Andrew Lawton explains why this censorship is leading to parallel societies of liberals and conservatives, and why this is harmful to civil society.

Also, Toronto lawyer Ryan O’Connor joins to explain how state-mandated curfews are unconstitutional, and Andrew pays tribute to his friend Kathy Shaidle, who passed away on the weekend after what she called a “tedious rendezvous” with cancer.

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