Businesses SHOULD Have The Legal Right To Be Assholes – Ep 175

But of course, they are only hurting themselves by executing that right.

In today’s episode, I discuss tech censorship in a more personal way. Our last episode of KBRS didn’t “adhere to community guidelines” and was removed from one of the platforms.

Many would be outraged at the platform and claim a violation of freedom of speech… Rather than declare “THERE OUGHT TO BE A LAW” like most people would, I am discussing the private sector’s legal right to be an “asshole.” Should we just “let them?” Yes.

That said… Should you be an “asshole” in business? Absolutely not. But consider the cause and effect of inept laws that could be turned right back around on your business before supporting them.

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Kyle Keegan

Kyle Keegan is a 30-year-old serial entrepreneur from Houston, TX. He has been self-employed since age 19 and has made every sacrifice and hustle necessary to make it work. Currently the CEO of three companies. Kill Bigger Media, providing high quality and educational business resources to entrepreneurs. A VC funded government technology startup and finally an industrial supply company serving some of the world’s largest companies. He is passionate about philanthropy, freedom, capitalism, economics, personal finance, investing and real estate. He has a BA in Business from Baylor University.

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