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I know it seems unbelievable, but we need to ask WordPress for a public account of what happens when non-Wordpress websites visit a WordPress site. If all I say is true, will you then say “So what?” WordPress would be keeping us, the authors who provide their content, in a little WordPress world, a side-internet. Here, indeed, we are promoted on the WordPress reader, to six or seven readers among sixty million. This business model for a public communication system like the internet is inconsistent with a free country and political liberty. One cannot shake down visitors for information, or block access to the internet and require extortion money for access to what they do not own, but have power to take. The small businesses are destroyed, while the sixty-jillion-airs collect mice like surfs to feed their huge machines.

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