Gab describes itself as â€œan ad-free social network for creators who believe in free speech, individual liberty, and the free flow of information online.â€ The site, which launched last year, has attracted many far-right users who have been banned on sites like Twitter and Facebook. Although the social network claims to be politically neutral, its green frog logo bears a clear resemblance to Pepe the Frog, a popular mascot of the alt-right; and its CEO, Andrew Torba, is a supporter of President Donald Trump who was removed from a Y Combinator alumni network last year for violating its harassment policy.
What we need is less regulation, more competition, more adaptation. We need 20 million Americans working on replacing Google.Google (and perhaps some others) needs to be regulated as a public utility. They are a monopolistic entity with potential dire outcomes for the country, maybe even the world.
Standard Oil was a "too big to break" monopoly also until it was in 1911.