Here is a summary of my points:
• Everything in tech is political
• There is no global "we" that makes decisions
Then you can identify groups and further their interests by, for ex. unionizing in tech/strengthening tech consumer groups/ etc.
Okay, not trying to beat a dead horse, but what is you reasoning that everything in tech is political? Do you think that, say carpentry, is always political or is it some unique trait in tech?
Do you mean the fact that sharing speech is political? Freedom of speech is a basic human right and by definition not political, even if someone politicizes it.
I agree there is no collective we beyond the we that is self imposed. By participating in society you impose some variant of "we" on yourself and the group you choose as your "we" in a specific context is the one that best suits that context. Any other explanation would be mentueua.
I answered your first question in my first reply to your comments. Please see above.
Regarding freedom of speech, it is defined as a basic human right because of a massive amount of political work in the 17th and 18th century. Before that it was not even on the radar.
We're a place where coders share, stay up-to-date and grow their careers.
We strive for transparency and don't collect excess data.