Linux is a community of people, not a corporation or group
It is more than a commercial endeavor and not a religion. There is a social contract that keeps the entire Linux community going. It is open source so that users can modify the source code. Open source should also provide a degree of security and privacy so that users can avoid having every word, program, model, comment logged and sold by enterprises and governments. Some of that is now inevitable. The implicit assumption is that such surveillance is limited to national security and is vetted, so out of control agencies and corporations can't monetize the user and turn them into products.
The Linux community and open source, in general, are being compromised and destroyed. There are two high costs society will pay for doing this:
1. The open-source community, which has contributed immeasurably to advances in all phases of computing, will dry up, and a fundamental technical advantage to the West and the US will be lost:
2. The West was founded on Enlightenment focus on individual rights. That is being lost, and we are now entering an era of group rights. Group rights societies are centralized, intellectually stagnant, poorer, and weaker. They are also more cynical and beat down because they have no rights they can rely on to protect themselves and theirs.
If one agrees with those trends, then sit back and enjoy it. If you prefer more control over your life and some privacy, you should oppose it. Welcome to the new world where the Wokestitution replaces the Constitution, and group rights supersede individual rights.