When I joined social media, it was for the purpose of advertising my fiction and talking to friends and family. Facebook banned me for three weeks for a one-line statement about the 2020 election and did not inform me. An algorithm was activated against me easily and could be again if I had remained.
YouTube’s algorithms must be state of the art to be able to censor a little piece of Nolan’s homily. I was not interested in what he had to say about the virus. I could not hear it anyway. What caught my attention was the YouTube censorship.
Following are its guidelines (guidelines on bad language are even more serpentine): https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/9891785?hl=en
One time, a Catholic on social media said to me that a pregnant woman refusing to wear a mask at Mass because she felt faint was a danger to herself and others, and so her arrest was justified. Ha! I would rather be around atheists who believe in the First Amendment.
Here on this website I can write about almost anything, whereas the lizards of social media possess wizardry.