Throughout history, censorship was present as a mechanism for controlling information that circulated within a society, and they were mainly attributed to those governing societies. Today, Facebook algorithms are deciding which information will appear on our newsfeed, how many of our friends will see our posts, what kind of content will become part of our reality and what will be censored or deleted. Google’s algorithms also process your search queries and turn them into answers among hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of webpages with helpful information. The problem here is that it is really difficult to understand how these algorithms actually work and who decides what each of us get informed about. It seems like there are no transparent information on these algorithms and how they are designed, and even the engineers who develop algorithms are not always completely sure how they work. What information governance on the Internet we fight for and what values are guiding them?