Parler getting kicked off not just an app store, but AWS itself.
So that's an interesting thing.
I sense a sudden revival of Clinton-era Cypherpunk enthusiasm and a new condemnation of private digital oligarchies about to rise on the tech right.
Just like how Democrats suddenly become, briefly, anti-war when there's a Republican in power, Republicans only suddenly notice the existence and danger of commercial monopolies when they get yeeted out of the private, centralised parts of the Internet. Likewise Democrats when that happens to them.
It's a glorious circle of life.
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