Mafia Cartel, Online Mobsters

Big online giants are more and more aggressive with users, abuses are more and more frequent and all this came with money, which for mega-corporations money is a weapon in the true sense of the word!

Amazon deleted Ryan Anderson’s book, When Harry Became Sally, a conservative exploration of the transgender movement. The hardback, the paperback, the audio and even the used copies sold through third parties suddenly disappeared from the “world’s largest bookstore.” That same day, Apple removed the two-year-old book from its own offerings. Also on that very day: Twitter determined that the book’s cover amounted to “offensive content.”

The apparent coordination by Amazon, Apple and Twitter might seem like a straightforward violation of the Sherman Antitrust Act, which prohibits agreements in “unreasonable restraint of trade” that harm consumers.

Amazon deleted Ryan Anderson's book, When Harry Became Sally,

How can these mobsters still exist in a shadow of disrespect ?… for them, common sense no longer exists, it no longer matters!

All the online giants are more and more hostile, more and more people in the online environment are starting to notice their lack of respect for them, and with that the hatred and aversion for these profiteers grows day by day!

When will we get rid of them?

When will the internet be really free and out of control of these goblets, greedy for power and money?



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  1. […] not a big fan of conspiracy theories, but I have some experience in the online field and in the behavior of those who have power and have a lot of money: they can’t stand the competition and want to eliminate it, either by buying them or by […]

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