Ending institutionalized censorship
In an Ultra-MAGA world, soyboy-censored institutions are destined for the ash heap.
Personally, it seems that I've been canceled by the BigPharma-book soyboyz more often in the last two years than I've been free to post and comment, which is what happily drove us to bring out Ruby Ray Media, the world's premier community media website.
We're also grateful for Truth Social, Telegram, GETTR, GAB, CloutHub, Rumble, BitChute, Brighteon, Frank Speech and Frank Social.
We do hope that the censorship and the back doors of data mining in phreakbook can be transformed by sane stewards into something free and secure for the user because, as long time users of the platform we do like the way a properly administered Facebook might work.
Facebook Faces Bankruptcy as Millions Flee Platform Due to Censorship
By Sean Adl-Tabatabai, NewsPunch, June 27, 2022
Facebook is hemorrhaging billions of dollars every single day and losing millions of users due to its overt censorship practises, according to a new report.
Meta, formerly known as Facebook, lost a whopping $232 billion, the biggest ever suffered by a U.S. company in a 24 hour period. By the end of April, it had lost another fifth of its value.
Big Tech is making enemies and losing money. It's about time!
By Joseph Farah, World Net Daily, June 24 2022
Joseph Farah examines mounting evidence Americans are sick of the tech giants
The company formerly known as Facebook lost a boatload of value recently – $232 billion, the biggest loss ever suffered by a U.S. company in a single day. By the end of April, it had lost another fifth of its value.
Now called Meta Platforms, the brutal stock beating wasn't the only problem. For its first 18 years, Facebook was gaining users hand over foot. Now it's losing them – because of privacy concerns and competition with the Chinese competitor TikTok, which should be avoided at all costs.
On top of that, Big Tech is finally facing government regulation – that includes Google, Amazon, Apple and Microsoft. Twitter has agreed to meet Elon Musk's demands to be more forthright about exactly what the billionaire buyer would receive in his pending acquisition.
And, as American politics turns red next year, the regulatory efforts regarding Big Tech will zero in on free speech, with any luck.
Peter Thiel helped build big tech. Now he wants to tear it all down.
By Elizabeth Dwoskin, Washington Post, June 19, 2022
Inside the billionaire investor's journey from Facebook board member to an architect of the new American right
On a summer morning in 2019, Rep. Matt Gaetz was having breakfast at the Los Angeles mansion of billionaire investor Peter Thiel, who would become one of the Republican Party's biggest donors. At the time, Thiel was locked in a to-be-or-not-to-be debate over whether to leave the board of Facebook. Aware of Thiel's love of Shakespeare, Gaetz (R-Fla.) playfully dubbed him Hamlet.
Like many Republicans, Gaetz viewed the social media giant as increasingly monopolistic and dangerous. He and another guest, entrepreneur and former right-wing provocateur Chuck Johnson, encouraged Thiel to leave the company. But Thiel demurred, telling the pair that he hoped to change it from within, according to two people familiar with the conversation.
Last month, Thiel finally stepped down from the social network, formally dissolving one of the most powerful partnerships in the history of Silicon Valley. As Facebook's first outside investor, its longest-serving board member and a close adviser to CEO Mark Zuckerberg since he launched the company as a Harvard sophomore in 2004, Thiel helped alter the direction of the company whose products serve billions.
James O'Keefe is the master of undercover and in-your-face accountability journalism. LOL, Twitter is donefer! But you knew that already. #ThanksElon
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