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The EU is going against them because they haven't followed EU laws on regulations on hate speech and everything else these "free speech" fascist cesspools are made for.But in all seriousness, all I've been seeing from big tech recently is shallow, double standard excuses and what looks like revenge again people they want to hate. Calls to remove death threats and violence off platforms I can stand behind, but they're using a very wide brush here because they know they can.
And then they're emboldened by the loud radicals on the left who would cut off their nose to spite their face.
At least the EU is starting to go against them (though I still see them as a nanny state) or just pretending, but the US? No chance the next administration will be smart enough to limit them, especially since they see big tech being "on their side"...
Thinking your personal "freedoms" is something you can force on anyone or anything else is what gets you locked up, it will always be like that in a real free nation. If you feel the need to post fascist nonsense on the internet, set up your own server on your own ecosystem.