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Violating Community Guidelines with Brittany Broski and Sarah Schauer


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Violating Community Guidelines with Brittany Broski and Sarah Schauer

A comedy, technology and society & culture podcast from Brittany Broski & Sarah Schauer & Studio71
Website: https://www.studio71.com/us/podcasts/

Credits: Sarah Schauer (Host), Brittany Broski (Host) (edit)

Violating Community Guidelines featuring Brittany Broski and Sarah Schauer follows two internet-hardened succubabes as they explore all corners of the wild and wacky web.
From firearm sales on Facebook Marketplace to AI Influencers on Instagram to deep fakes on Tiktok and Twitter, this podcast will have you asking “is this allowed?” but more importantly, “is this legal?” Each week you’ll follow these two uncertified experts as they explore the shadowbanned, taboo, or downright weird content you won’t see on your For You Page. 
Make sure you’re alone, lock the door, put some headphones on, turn down the brightness, open a private browser, and check the user agreement because we’re Violating Community Guidelines.
We wanna make the podcast even better, help us learn how we can: https://bit.ly/2EcYbu4  
For advertising opportunities please email PodcastPartnerships@Studio71us.com   
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