And according to Justin Raimondo, this happened:
Meanwhile, things got worse over at Medium for some conservatives.NO, I'm NOT going to refollow my *employer*, https://t.co/QNAmINHNCX, after @Twitter forcibily unfollowed me from them. I'm waiting for @TwitterSupport to undo what they've done.— Justin Raimondo (@JustinRaimondo) February 21, 2018
Medium has suspended the accounts of populart far-right figures Mike Cernovich, Jack Posobiec and Laura Loomer.
Medium spokesperson Sandee Roston told The Hill that the company does “not comment on individual accounts.”
Roston did point to a Feb. 7 post detailing an update to its rules.
We have all seen an increase and evolution of online hate, abuse, harassment, and disinformation, along with ever-evolving campaigns of fraud and spam,” Medium's rules update reads. “We have strengthened our policies around this type of behavior.”
“We do not allow calls for intolerance, exclusion, or segregation based on protected characteristics, nor do we allow the glorification of groups which do any of the above,” the new rules specify.
In its previous set of rules, the company had billed itself as a “free and open platform for anyone to write their views and opinions,” and said it believes “free expression deserves a lot of leeway, so we generally think the best response to bad ideas is good ideas, not censorship.”
Look, Big Internet is not the friend of libertarians or non-establishment conservatives. These organizations are largely run by Lefties. Power and control are the left's game.
Big Internet sites should be considered enemy territory and used with extreme caution for limited purposes.