Should Google Be The Arbiter of Free Speech?

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Google fought a Brazilian court this week over posted video criticizing a mayoral candidate.  The company says it's free speech. The judge say it breaks election law.  Google eventually backed down.  This comes after Google voluntarily blocked access to a controversial anti-Islam film clip online in countries like Egypt, Libya. It also blocked access in India and Indonesia after governments there told them it broke laws.  Is it okay for a corporations to have this much influence over free speech?  Andrew McLaughlin and Jillian York join us.
 
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