I'm not going to get into the modern politics, but I did want to address some of the claims regarding the internet's inception.
While the US did make the specific technological advance that we now call "the internet," democracy did not play much if a part in it.
The internet was born out of a US department of defense project called ARPANET in the 70s and 80s. In other words, the foundational technology of the internet was a military project from the Cold War era. It just so happened that educational institutions found it useful and it grew from there, due to its decentralized nature.
But the history of the internet goes back much, much farther than that, because it's the culmination of millennia of technological and mathematic advancements.
In fact, were it not for the autocratic theocracies of the Middle East during Islamic Golden Age of the 8th through 14th centuries, we wouldn't have the foundational mathematics of algebra and calculus needed to create computers and the internet.
In short: technology transcends governments.
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.