The Capital Riot: First Amendment and Deplatforming, Cybersecurity Lessons Learned

This week co-host Kevin Johnson joins me to discuss the cybersecurity lessons learned from the US Capital riot, why deplatforming is not violating first amendment rights, and much more.

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