Pinterest, Facebook Apple, and YouTube decided to take InfoWards down. They are no longer capable of posting content on those networks. In my podcast, I talked about this pure and full attack on the press freedom.
When a US Senator, like Chris Murphy, tells companies what they should do we need to be worried. What will they do to impose the demands? Tax audits? Criminal charges? Government-funded campaigns against a company? Should companies not create economic value and increase sustainable employment?
Big tech companies are imposing soft censorship. During the 90s of the past century, Alex Jones had frequent Lew Rockwell, Dr. Ron Paul and other guests who had no voice on the mainstream media.
Twitter banned the accounts from several outspoken libertarians.
No one advocates the regulation of social media. But the censorship is at this moment happening.
What we see at the moment is that the big tech companies are in bed with the government. They are spying upon you, providing data to the government. Interestingly enough politicians frequently challenge exactly the same policy from Chinese tech companies.
This combination of politicians attacking publicists. Big the cutting down opportunities of creative and out of the box thinkers. Who will be next?