Téa introduces her new channel, Digipolitik, where she plans to explore and explain the relationship between politics and the digital world. She aims to educate viewers on the history and workings of the internet, while also delving into some dark places to shed light on policy issues and challenges. Téa shares her recent experience with Twitter’s ad platform, which rejected her due to her profane tweets. She criticizes Twitter’s lack of transparency and calls for a fair conversation and guidance on how to rectify the issue. Téa reflects on the power of words, especially the word “cunt,” which is more culturally acceptable in Australian and British contexts than in America. She sees her experience as an example of the subtle cultural differences and the impact of censorship. Téa then discusses a tool called Brand Yourself, which has revealed some concerning insights about social media, speech, algorithms, and bias. She hints that these topics will be explored extensively in future podcast episodes.