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Orange telecom versus Elon Musk


I have to say that I am generally offended when Orange CEO, one of the biggest networks in the EU, is telling Elon Musk that information needs to be moderated.

The question that it raises then is why and who is legit to do this censoring work. It would not be so bad if this was said by some random jerk startup guy, but Orange isn't that. Orange has a leg on what many million users see and read with their online connection be it DSL/Fiber or off the air. And such a stand from Orange is unacceptable for me. Everyone should be provided modern (aka powerful) tools so they can preemptively and after-the-fact censor stuff they do not want to see based on their beliefs, but it should never end up censoring what the poster is saying, it should only censor what I as a consumer and citizen see. In other words, I should end up censoring the content that flows to me, because that's after all what my beliefs are compatible with anyway. And that's it.
Anything else is raw vulgar general censorship meant to allow an untold party to govern us. Obviously this is not right. Especially in those times where actually elected people have less power than ever. Those guys can see this general censorship as a tool to get back this lost power. But I believe instead their act should organically bring their elected power back in place and they should not touch free speech at all.

Posted on 20-June-2023 10:17 | Category: News | comment[0] | trackback[0]

 

 

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