The social media giants are finally feeling major push-back from the David-like social media users all over the world.
Did they really think that they could get away with siphoning off and misusing people's private data?
This is beyond outrageous. Still, social media presents a two-edged sword of sorts. Conservatives want to get their message out, and yet the new platforms, like Gab and Minds do not have the widest reach yet. What should we do?
One thing is clear for me, though -- I can't use Facebook anymore, since they disabled my accounts completely. Other conservative activists have enjoyed more success pushing back against the Big Tech tyranny. Individual users like me, however, don't have the time or the tech following to fight endlessly against Facebook and its 1984-like censorship squad.
The uprising against Big Tech bullying is having some influence, I suppose.
Let's hope that other platforms promote real discussion, and not just among conservatives, nationalists, and other pro-right, anti-globalist forces.
Here's what Twitter was forced to do in light of Congressional oversight hearings: