You seem to be missing my point.
Steven Sicular

Like I said the first time, make your own website and you can express whatever views you want. Google, Facebook, and Twitter cannot prevent people from visiting a website you created on your own, nor can they prevent you from publishing whatever you feel like on your own website. An ISP can block access to your website regardless of where it is hosted, or could even selectively block access to specific parts of your website (something ISPs have been caught doing in the past).

So yes, it does matter, because ISPs have far more power over the Internet than even the largest websites.

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