Big data

It's bad enough to attack and de-platform a single person for speaking against the leftist orthodoxy. It's even worse to shut down an entire internet site or app for the same thing. Joining us today is Russ White (rule11.tech), nationwide expert in network infrastructure architecture. He explains how some Big Tech companies have a virtual monopoly on what gets resolved and what gets seen online, so if they suddenly decide that they don't like your speech then, poof, you no longer have a digital footprint. This is dangerous, it violates free speech, and it looks an awful lot like fascism.