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More Free Speech & Privacy with ZenCash Co-Founder Rob Viglione – YMB Podcast E256

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This is episode 256 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

First up today, we'll introduce our genius guest and share his story. Rob Viglione helped found ZenCash, one of the most respected privacy-oriented cryptocurrencies out there. But his team hopes to turn the project into an entire platform packed with anonymous features. Rob is a serious liberty lover, so we're excited to learn how he's making the world more free.…

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Free Speech & Algorithms: Twitter Claims They Don’t Shadowban – YMB Podcast E255

You, Me, and BTC Podcast E255

This is episode 255 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

People have long accused Twitter of secretly hiding tweets and accounts that management didn't like. Users call the practice "shadowbanning" and often lament their victimhood. The left likes to claim that Twitter shadowbans the left, atheists like to claim that Twitter shadowbans atheists, and so on.

So recently, Twitter tried to set the record straight. In a blog post, they …

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Gub’mint Caves to Cody Wilson, Will Allow Distribution of Gun Printing Data – YMB Podcast E250

You, Me, and BTC Podcast E250

This is episode 250 of You, Me, and BTC – your liberty and Bitcoin podcast.

Busy day. Let's just get right to it and maybe we'll add some show notes later. Maybe.

We'll probably talk about the Justice Department's decision to allow Cody Wilson and Defense Distributed to distribute files and software related to 3D printing firearms.

Tune in live tonight at 9PM Eastern!

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Free Speech Permit – Tim’s Two Cents #19

Tim's Two Cents on Free Speech

This is episode 19 of Tim's Two Cents – the outrageous show where Tim argues with himself.

As he did last week, Tim will continue his departure from the old "point and counterpoint" form. In this episode, he'll dive into the infamous concept of free speech. In particular, he'll cover public demonstration, violent and nonviolent.

Does nonviolent protest really accomplish anything? Can anyone actually argue in favor of violent protest? How should we respond …

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