Once again: seeking to stifle speech online is only likely to give that speech much, much, much more attention.
We really don't have any idea how often the censorship is effective; we generally only hear about the cases where it's successfully protested. I would presume that it's effective a lot of the time, or else the "reputation management" companies that do it would be completely out of business.
That probably isn't on the list because their "broad range of political backgrounds" economists don't agree on it. The things on this list are things that shouldn't be controversial. Our level of military intervention in the rest of the world has always been controversial.
"The new Linksys EA4500, EA3500, and EA2700 routers are available now and cost $199, $139, and $99, respectively. Cisco promises that a full range of its cloud-enabled services will be available by June."
This was actually an on-the-box feature, from what I've read, that these routers would receive a free upgrade to the new "Cloud Connect" firmware when it was available. So it seems right that they would receive it.
For someone who understands the meanings of the terms but isn't familiar with the US parties, "Democrat" and "Republican" parties could also be confusing. But names are often just names, and people tend to figure these things out.
I just read some of the comment history of that account. Is there any way she could be real? The comments look like completely over-the-top, "Everybody hates Jews (and thus us)", insane ranting. Surely people aren't like that in real life, right?