::sigh:: Here's what Milo thought about "free speech" just a couple years ago. "So perhaps what's needed now is a bolder form of censure after all, because the internet is not a universal human right. If people cannot be trusted to treat one another with respect, dignity and consideration, perhaps they deserve to have their online freedoms curtailed. For sure, the best we could ever hope for is a smattering of unpopular show trials. But if the internet, ubiquitous as it now is, proves too dangerous in the hands of the psychologically fragile, perhaps access to it ought to be restricted. We ban drunks from driving because they're a danger to others. Isn't it time we did the same to trolls?" As found here. He's not for free speech, he's for whatever gets him attention. Twitter did nothing more than quiet a very hateful, angry voice that Milo himself argued should be quieted.