Big tech have turned many public opinion leaders into cyber-refugees. Their ideas are considered risky, their content is considered in some type of violation to some type of rules, and their funding is being drained in spite of the backers will. This wave of censorship was not the first, and it will not be the last. I have previously explained how this type of censorship is being monetized, and I think a complete echo system is now being setup so that anybody can be censored risk-free to the censors.
Remember Jeremy, our fictitious content creator from the previous article. He came to visit me with Jim and Marc to discuss our reservations on the alternative blockchain-based social networks. They provided compelling arguments about blockchain benefits over traditional centralized databases, and talked religiously about our individual role in decentralizing the internet and building the future web.