Monday, January 30, 2017

Just asking....dont mean to be political or anything like that...but...

Is there a law that says a tech company can't cut off free products - like Facebook, Google search, Wikipedia, Twitter, etc, from certain parties that are deemed "undeserving"? Like how about Google says: no more free searches if you work for government; or Facebook says: no free accounts for government employees. Or Twitter shuts down if you live in DC?

That sort of thing. Is there something stopping these companies from building their own walls? If so, then posting pictures of civil rights icons and making vague statements about corporate values are pretty weak tea. How about a user policy against vitriol, that gets enforced in a spotty way? Or are these famous tech companies chicken? [We used to say: "Puk....Puk....Puk"].

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