If you respect freedom, you must respect it even when you hate the results. Mass censorship is bad, but it’s also freedom.
I disagree with big tech’s mass censorship, but I still respect the services they provide and most importantly I respect their freedom.
If the handful of ISPs and phone companies left in America decide to block access to all libertarian blogs and TOR and Bitcoin, I’d be very angry. But I still have faith the market can correct this: a company could create a new ISP, with its own social media, and its own AWS-like hosting, that is free to spread the ideas of Ron Paul and libertarianism. It would cost a lot of money to build this infrastructure, but people would flock to this alternate ISP because of the freedom it provides, and the corporation would profit.
A bad idea would be regulation, forcing these private companies to obey the government and allow free speech. Net neutrality is a path to socialism.
And the worst idea is municipal internet, where taxpayers are forced at gunpoint to give everyone highspeed internet with speech protected by the constitution.
Article from r/Libertarian: For a Free Society