We have already seen "big tech" being used to silence opinion. "Algorithm" is the go to explanation. Yet is it the people behind the programming? Or just the excuse to inject their own beliefs into what is allowed? Calling a cow a dog, does not change the cow, forcing people to do so through fear over time can have the effect.
That is why Linux is the driving force to those who want to be left alone. Not tied to their hardware, their bloatware. Use what you want and how you want. Penguins are only dangerous when you are between it and a Leopard Seal or Orca.
You make some good points, my dude. There is a growing concern about the potential for big tech companies to misuse their power and influence to control the narrative or silence opinions that don't align with their own views. While algorithms may play a role in shaping the content that is promoted or suppressed, ultimately it's the people behind the programming who are responsible for how the algorithms function and what content it prioritizes.
Linux is often used by those who prioritize privacy, freedom, and control. Many people appreciate the open-source nature of Linux because it allows for greater transparency and ensures that users have more control over how their hardware and software are used. By using Linux, users have more freedom to customize their system, contribute to the development of software, and avoid vendor lock-in or bloatware.
Penguins are definitely cool and unique creatures, but thankfully they're not a threat to most humans. By using Linux, we can take control of our technological lives and ensure that we're using technology in a way that aligns with our values and priorities.