Silicon Valley wants the world to believe that it is the new America, and that the United States is the Great Britain of 1773. It does not wish for explicit political secession, but it wants economic and cultural secession. It doesn’t want to pay its taxes, and it only wants to follow American laws when they are convenient to it. It has emotionally divorced itself from the rest of us. So should we let it secede? On the contrary, we should secede from it. Silicon Valley draws its strength from Real American

Source: A call for secession from Silicon Valley – Michael O. Church

I care for a more technologically advance world.
It seems that SV is actively impeding this because it has slowly become less about technology and more about marketing.