I’ve Put Up With Facebook Political Bias Censorship For Far Too Long

Facebook Jen Psaki admits censorship

Facebook Political Bias Censorship finally broke me in two. A few days ago I had listed a mobile home for sale in Marketplace. The ad had run for four days and received many views and questions. But yesterday I was alerted that my listing violated their Discrimination Policy. After reading the listing description carefully I saw nothing that discriminated against anyone. Maybe because the community…

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Gab Social Media Apps Are Now Available

gab social mobile app

After three years of work and after being banned multiple times by both App Stores, Gab finally has dozens of mobile apps for our users to choose from. Recently we moved to an open source and decentralized version of Gab that makes your Gab account compatible with a variety of different apps. You can search both app stores for “Mastodon” “ActivityPub” and “Fediverse.” The majority…

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Dissenter Privacy Web Browser By GAB Now Available

dissenter web browser by gab

The folks at gab.com are geared up to fight big tech censorship. Today they released their Dissenter web browser, and so far I’m Lovin’ It! When they got knocked down by big tech, they didn’t go home crying, they fought back and have some exciting new features! 😉 Gab has a new web browser ‘dissenter’ that blocks Big Tech trackers and ads. It is lightning…

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Gab Social Media Alternative Deplatformed By Big Tech

gab app deplatformed by google

Stepping on Big Tech’s toes is an apparent NO-NO as Gab the Twitter alternative social media website found out the hard way. After giving another Twitter alternative Parler a plug, and mentioned Gab in that article, this is my two cents worth on Gab and Deplatforming. Update 06/29/19: Gab Dissenter Privacy Browser is released. Read about the exciting new changes the folks at Gab have…

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Parler News Social Media Free Speech Network Review

parler twitter clone

Update 02/02/21: According to this video, Parler’s infrastructure was built to be Amazon web services (AWS) specific. When Jeff Bezos ordered their services shut down it was a death sentence. It’s called vendor lock, meaning a site built on top of aws can not go elsewhere to lease a server, then restore from backup. I still have their app on my iPhone but sadly the…

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