Censorship (15) / #100DaysToOffload

This post is Day 15 of my #100DaysToOffload challenge. Want to get involved? Find out more at 100DaysToOffload.com.

With the US elections (almost?) over, and the changes filtering through to the UK (hopefully), can we find a waay forward where we can start to view the world with a more positive, less ‘fake’ viewpoint and start to believe what we read again?

Are we getting to grips with the media and the truth they spout? Are we beginning to understand the bias in algorithsm and starting to make a change to a more balanced, more inclusive approach? Indeed, are we able to recover the initiative and take back control of our online world and prevent an algortihm or unregulated system or tool to avoid an unneccessary censorship of the information available to us?

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