How to “Opt-Out” from the Big Tech Social Credit System
12 crucial steps you should take now to protect your identity, assets, and sovereignty from Big Tech elites.
The social credit system is already here in the United States, and its implications for our lives and our children are enormous.
For those who aren’t familiar with the topic, the Communist government of China has implemented a “scoring system” to gauge the “trustworthiness” of individuals and business entities in China.
Chinese citizens are monitored and surveilled in real-time, with consequences being potentially dire. This score is tied to what services you can access in society, including employment opportunities, the ability to use transportation systems, and access to government services.
While we may think that something so Orwellian cannot occur in the United States with its vibrant history of democracy and open freedoms, as talked about in this article, this system is already here. It has been quietly implemented through the corporate business community. Big Tech companies have long been willing to abuse terms of service agreements for their own benefit. This practice has now reached a new high after the COVID-19 pandemic.
The business community has embraced a culture of “wokeness.” It has been all too willing to utilize forceful practices like censorship, blacklisting, and cancellation of accounts to “dissuade” its customers from misbehaving.
But, even more disturbing, secret government coercion of the business community (such as the Biden administration’s collusion with Facebook to censor COVID pandemic criticism) raises a specter that threatens our freedoms.
One of our country’s most important freedoms is that of free speech.
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