Again, the business name is brilliantly hilarious, but its potentially huge impact on societies worldwide and how the service would go about censuring the news industry might hardly be a laughing matter for some entities negatively affected by it, particularly powerful media corporations and/or the like whose core businesses involve disseminating the news. On the contrary, with respect to various kinds of public interests and forms of news fodder, the emerging idea “all things STUPID about the news” makes for an ideal online service in how the U.S. mainstream media, as well as the news industry in general, would be censured by the global public, meaning sometimes hardline rants and complaints may be leveraged thereto.
Likewise, when the public (members and users alike) believe that the media has failed to cover stories or address morality issues in a non-partisan manner, whether the censuring is political, whimsical, or otherwise, what matters most is that what has been censured is in the immediate interest of the public and that the public has access to a robust platform to uncompromisingly protest it. For anyone or anything to obstruct and/or impede either the physical development of such a service or any constructive dialogue towards building it seemingly would be a trampling on the prosperity of democracy in its basic form, the “freedom of speech and expression.”
The “Israel-Hamas” conflict is, unfortunately, one of those public interests where the global public has shared many complaints about how the news industry has unfairly covered the events. Primarily, the complaints are directed at the “western media.”