It is interesting that active intervention, interdiction and an assertion of ideological self-interest through campaigns of enthusiastic (technologically-facilitated) censorship are probably the most expensive and least efficient ways of achieving information-centric goals.
It is like attempting to cool a building by adding cold air – far more expensive in terms of energy, resources and information-processing costs than simply extracting warm air, following and cultivating the tendency of (information and energy) systems to cultivate their own self-propagating patterns and flows; it works against the natural flow and autonomously self-replicating biases implicit to cognitive and cultural information, communication or technology systems.
These active interdictions are methods of assertive self-determination which serve the dual purpose of separate, concurrent functional artefact *and* symbolic representation. This is undoubtedly effective and makes a strong point of, well… making a strong point.
It is unlikely to represent a sustainable or uniquely sophisticated strategy. In the longer-term we can expect to see an active engagement of unexpected information entropy through AI solutions in this adversarially-contested space.