March 4, 2019 · 1:04 am
With more and more of us getting fed up with censorship and attempted censorship by the Techno-Fascists of Silicon Valley (Google, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and others of their ilk), another blow has been struck against those bloated and totalitarian rich pigs.
The Free Speech Heroes at Gab.ai have struck again, this time with Dissenter.com. Using an app from Dissenter.com a person can comment on anything on the internet, even if it was posted at sites (see above) which have tried to ban people for petty political reasons.
“Dissenter creates a free speech comment section for any URL on the web. Users can access comment threads on a URL by searching for the link on Dissenter’s web app at dissenter.com,” said Gab founder Andrew Torba. “Alternatively, if users install the free and open-source Dissenter browser extension, users can see comments being made on any URL they navigate to displayed in a sidebar in their browser.”
“Dissenter.com thus extends Gab’s reach, and its free speech platform, across the entire internet. Anyone with a Gab.com account can access Dissenter, and utilize it to express themselves on any content on the internet in any way they see fit, as long as their chosen form of expression is legal in the United States,” Torba continued, adding that “Dissenter has become a necessary tool due to rampant corporate censorship of ordinary internet users, whether that takes the form of YouTube demonetizing millions of videos and removing comment sections, Facebook and Instagram banning British activist Tommy Robinson for his political opinions, or Netflix banning comedy shows at the behest of Saudi princes.”
“A free, open-source utility that allows people to dissent from orthodoxy and express what they are really thinking, without fear of reprisal, is essential in order to wrest control of the Internet and public discourse from Silicon Valley tech giants,” he concluded. “Gab.com and dissenter.com lead the way in keeping the Internet free. All people are welcome to use our products to express themselves freely.” Continue reading →
Filed under LIBERALS AND CONSERVATIVES, Neglected History, opinion
Tagged as blogging, Dissenter.com, Free Speech, freedom, Freedom of Expression, Gab.ai, individuality, news, politics, WE NEED THIRD PARTIES
April 1, 2017 · 2:44 pm
Previously Balladeer’s Blog has featured Gab.ai and Infogalactic.com. Gab.ai is an excellent competitor to Facebook and Twitter since Gab.ai supports free speech (at least so far). If you’re tired of the “boring middle-class suburb” feel of Facebook and Twitter then Gab.ai is great.
In addition, if you’re tired of the censorship at those first two, you’ll love Gab.ai. No more of those arguments in which the person you’re besting in a debate simply reports you as “abusive” to get you suspended or to get your counter-arguments censored or removed.
So far Minds.com and Steemit.com also treat people like adults and don’t let suspensions occur just because easily offended dweebs file one of their never-ending complaints. Continue reading →
October 15, 2016 · 10:43 pm
Earlier this year Gab.ai launched as a Free Speech alternative to Twitter and Facebook.
Now a site called Infogalactic has launched as a Free Speech alternative to Wikipedia. Continue reading →
August 27, 2016 · 10:53 pm
Gab.ai is billing itself as the free speech alternative to Twitter and Facebook. In response to the grotesque censorship at Twitter and Facebook many people are turning to the social network called Gab.
I think this makes a lot of sense since – as countless news stories have made clear – Twitter and Facebook are staffed by hyper-partisan emotional cripples who insist on completely banning articles, links and people rather than just telling people to use their “block” option to avoid things they don’t agree with or that (yawn) offends their dainty, delicate sensibilities. Continue reading →
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Tagged as alternative social networks, Balladeer's Blog, beta testing, Facebook censorship, Free Speech, Free Speech social network, Gab, Gab the social network, Gab.ai, news, politics, social networks, Twitter censorship