On ’s political, and politicised, purge of voices they don’t like. Read this by for
The politics of the Patreon purge, by
Very interesting piece from about censorship on the crowd-funding platform Patreon, all news to me
Patreon and platforms like it have inadvertently become arbiters of what is and isn't acceptable speech, writes
The crowd-funding website is at the heart of one of our most important speech wars, writes
Patreon may seem like another irrelevant online phenomenon – but platforms like it have become life support for suppressed speech, writes
Patreon and companies like it fill the space left by the idea that you can get anything you like for free – but that has landed them with the difficult job of arbitrating what counts as acceptable speech.
Patreon provided a base for those who wanted to challenge a whole set of dogmas. After the 'Patreon purge', let’s hope they can be challenged from elsewhere.
Platforms like Patreon secure funding for figures who have trouble reading through the old media – that makes its role in our speech wars all the more important, writes
Crowd-funding websites are at the heart of one of our most important speech wars, writes
Patreon is more than just a crowd-funding platform, it's a battleground for speech, says