Why would [Frances Haugen] remain silent about one of the most prominent propaganda machines’ profit motives while at the same time deploring another somewhat less prominent propaganda machine’s profit motives?

Keywords: freezine , brand , brand name , brand names , brands , censorship , language , mass media , publishing , rational media , submission

It is only a matter of time. Recently, Frances Haugen has started to campaign against a prominent propaganda machine (“Facebook” [or “Meta”]). Yet she is probably also aware of the situation among other propaganda machines … in particular: what is perhaps the most prominent propaganda machine of all (“Google” [or “Alphabet”]).

http://remediary.com/2021/11/28/a-brief-history-of-the-gradual-shift-from-submission-censorship-towards-self-publishing

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