Centralised information and censorship.

Centralised information of any sort is inherently prone to censorship and other forms of interference, and anyone with access at that central point is inherently prone to believe themselves responsible for implementing such censorship or other interference, due to the nigh-universal human delusion that each of us is morally superior to others. Distributed information is inherently more resistant to such interference.

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