Screws Get Tighter: Twitter Suspends #NoWarInSpace
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The corporate directed screws are getting tighter. Info has power and Mr. Big is feeling the heat from an increasingly informed and connected global population. The Internet is now being caged – like a protest zone – what the oligarchy calls a ‘free speech zone’.
That means you can speak out all you want but only in controlled and acceptable locations. In the high-tech world that means the corporate entities control the Internet and can put you in a box so that few ever see or hear from you.
This Twitter suspension of @NoWarinSpace is the perfect example of where we are being sent – one could call it Internet prison.
On Fazebook I’ve seen my numbers of people viewing my personal page (and the Global Network’s page) declining. These fancy new algorithms are ensuring that if you are a certain type of organization or a thinking activist you will be put to the end of the queue where few will see your posts.
This is a key reason I still believe in having a street mailing address for Global Network members. We can actually send them a newsletter via the post and so far the amount of government intervention on that communication process appears to be limited.
But the Internet is another story – its just a matter of time that Fazebook, this blog and more could all go the way of @NoWarinSpace.
Anything that disrupts the profit drive – whether the ‘space force’ or fossil fuel extraction – is being identified as the enemy and mega high-tech powers will be used to silence those voices.
Free speech is the latest endangered species. Rattle your chains while you still can – use them or lose them.