Discriminate [verb]

Definition of Discriminate:

show prejudice

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Sentence/Example of Discriminate:

Republicans want to alter Section 230 to stop platforms from discriminating against conservative voices by removing accounts or censoring posts deemed to be hate speech, disinformation or other content that incites violence.

They are, at their core, an attempt to create a taxpayer-funded invitation to discriminate.

Bitcoin is neutral like cash, and can’t discriminate between good and bad.

In effect, the laws prevented practices like paid prioritization, in which faster connections went to companies willing to pay fees to ISPs, or blocking, which would allow companies to discriminate against lawful content.

For the court to decide otherwise, it would mandate that the city discriminate.

Meanwhile, the HHS rule, proposed in November 2019, would eliminate requirements on federal grantees barring them from discriminating on the basis of LGBTQ status.

The particular set of neurons in the vomeronasal organ we were looking at seemed to be dedicated to discriminating males from females.

Airlines are expressly prevented from discriminating against service dogs based on breed or appearance.

Now might be a good time to remind everyone that the easiest way to discriminate is to make stringent rules, then to decide when and for whom to enforce them.

The Justice Department on Thursday sued Facebook over allegations that it discriminated against Americans in the way it hired temporary foreign workers for thousands of well-paid positions.