Along with a colleague, @dzulli , I'm conducting a survey of Mastodon developers, admins, and users. If you would, please take our survey:

purdue.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/f

We're focusing on "freedom of expression."

For more info on the survey, see

fossacademic.tech/2021/02/09/M

or

socialmediaalternatives.org/?p

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@robertwgehl @dzulli I'm wondering whether the framing through "freedom of speech" (a very US-centric concept) skews the results and in what way...

@robertwgehl @dzulli "freedom of speech" is used in each of the first three paragraphs, while "freedom of expression" is used once on the whole page.

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