- Apr 11, 2020
- United States
I do, and the meaning that you're applying to Twitter's ban of Trump is a reach at best and nonsense at worst.The word "censorship" has meaning outside of the constitutional context, you know that right?
If you admit you know little about Oracle then why are you trying to argue it is a "different" kind of tech giant when they clearly have a cloud infrastructure business that could adequately support Parler?Oracle, from what I understand, which is little because I almost never hear anything about Oracle, mainly does database stuff. They're a tech giant in a different way, like how Sony is a tech giant in a different way.
Are you arguing the people that stormed the Capitol Building and killed a cop *didn't* use Parler to discuss, plan out, communicate about and celebrate their attacks? Or are you arguing that Parler itself should face no consequences for that activity?A Facebook user openly streamed the Christchurch massacre on the platform, but, for some reason, 8chan got the blame for it. This is how they attack competitors. They take an example and exaggerate it, and make it seem like the WHOLE PLATFORM is full of unsavory types plotting violence.
With a big enough platform, and with cherry-picked examples, you can paint any narrative you want. Who's going to contradict them and risk being called a nazi as well?