Re: This isn't censorship
"It is censorship.
It's censorship dictated by a populist movement. The majority disagree so the companies bow to their pressure."
I disagree: The DS made a claim that their provider supported their views: The provider was remaining neutral in interest of free speech. That put the provider into an awkward position and the CEO decided that to maintain their neutrality, they had to kick the DS out. The CEO went on record regarding this and was not exactly happy with being backed into a corner by TDS like that. Other providers are aware of this and don't want to be put into the same position, not because of opponents of the DS, but because of actions the DS have already taken.
So this is less about free speech and more about false claims.