Dan Bongino Says: Big Tech’s Monopoly Days Are Coming To An End

Dan Bongino on Fox & Friends said: Big Tech’s monopoly days are coming to an end. Instead, the free and open Internet is being reborn, and Rumble leads the way. Rumble, the free speech video hosting platform, recently went public, if you haven’t already heard. When Google’s YouTube started censoring those on the right side of politics, defunding and suspending vlogger’s accounts, Rumble was born as a free-speech alternative to YouTube and Vimeo and has been a huge sucsess! 😉

The free and open internet is being reborn, and Rumble is leading the way. Video credit, Bongino/Rumble.

Don’t expect big tech to sit there and take the competition without putting up a fight. Reading the comments on Dan’s video, the usual leftist trolls are trying to discredit this big Rumble news. But one video comment stood out that mentioned not receiving subscription notifications.

The solution to missing emails is to quit using Gmail and MS Outlook. They are censoring Rumble emails. So I set up my mail server on this domain and gave Google and Microsoft the boot. Screw them. Setting up a private mail server is not for everyone. But there are paid services such as protonmail based in Switzerland specializing in privacy. And many others. Tell Google and MS to Stuff It!

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Reclaim The Net reports: Rumble, a censorship-free video platform alternative to YouTube, has entered an acquisition deal with Cantor Fitzgerald-sponsored CF Acquisition Corp. VI (CFVI). After completing the business combination deal in the second quarter of 2022, the company will be known as Rumble Inc. and will be publicly listed. Rumble, popular with commentators Dan Bongino and Glenn Greenwald, prides itself on a neutral platform allowing content creators to share their content without any restrictions or censorship. It has become popular over the past year due to what many see as biased content moderation rules on YouTube.

The founder and CEO of Rumble, Chris Pavloski, said: “Rumble is designed to be the rails and independent infrastructure that is immune to cancel culture. We are a movement that does not stifle, censor, or punish creativity and believe everyone benefits from access to a neutral network with diverse ideas and opinions. We are on a mission to restore the internet to its roots by making it free and open once again. The transaction we announced today will provide Rumble with the additional capital necessary to continue to scale our business and carry out our mission.” CEO and Chairman of Cantor Fitzgerald and CFVI said: “Rumble is the most exciting social media and video distribution platform in the market today. With 36 million average monthly active users in Q3 2021, including 44 million monthly active users in August 2021, it is clear Rumble is the new market for innovators, creators, and consumers.

I'm a Florida-born good ole southern boy hanging out online keeping up with tech. Being a TV technician from the early 70s I felt right at home when the net was released to the public. I blog my opinion about many worthy subjects as a hobbyist. If you find this article's information helpful please add your thoughts and share wherever possible!

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