Well, you can see what happens to people who say things the system (yes, that's a euphemism) doesn't want them to say. Deplatformed and blacklisted, pardon the pun. By people who claim to be powerless victims, even while they openly flex power they claim they haven't got.I think I still have a voice....
At least that's what the government wants me to think.
Bold of you to assume that business in this country is even still about business. Sadly, though, we're at full throttle corporatism, at this point, with the line between corporation and government all but erased.Doubtful. Number of users, number of posts, and interactions per post are at all time highs. Dems can whine and wail all they want but advertisers will go where the people and the clicks are.
Although Disney just shitcanned their CEO. So maybe spending $200 million (not counting marketing) on a $118 million box office like they did with "Lightyear" isn't a sustainable position. :marathon:Bold of you to assume that business in this country is even still about business. Sadly, though, we're at full throttle corporatism, at this point, with the line between corporation and government all but erased.
Looks like you're wrong about "clicks and accounts"
They will all be back and/or easily replaced. Plus the various subscription and monetization plans will make the company less dependent on individual advertisers. The folks claiming a guy with $200 billion is going to close a $44 billion compa y are fooling nobody but themselves.
Dems are just crying because the playing field is being leveled and they can no longer silence anyone who challenges their chosen political narrative.
Twitter may have lost more than a million users since Elon Musk took over | MIT Technology Review.Nov 3, 2022Meanwhile Twitter just got an additional 1.5 million active users in the last week