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...in other words, alternative technology platforms that do not censors political views, wrong-think, and language that is potentially offensive.
I suggested this a few years ago, but it has recently reached a tipping point.
There's a large market out there who is DESPERATELY seeking alternatives to the technocrats who use their political righteousness to censor dissenting voices.
I still think a Twitter alternative is viable, not a big fan of Gab.
Likewise, Minds.com with their crypto angle is starting to gain traction. I just created an account there to see how it works and to see if there are any advertising angles. (The best advertising values usually come from grassroots upstarts, more so than legacy properties who are saturated with advertisers, hence bidding up costs.)
On the search engine front, I already use DuckDuckgo.
Also note that a lot of these places are like the "wild wild west" so it might take some time to adjust your settings and "mute" content that is offensive. In other words, you get to chose what is offensive, not some technocrat in San Francisco.
If I was young and just getting started, this is an angle that I'd be looking at.
It would not be easy, but the market IS THERE.
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Its interesting, I had a converstation with someone via Discord about this.
Twitter's recent banning of conservative users seems to be causing a lot of them to create backup accounts on Parler.com, which has less speech restrictions. If it wasn't so close to the election, I think Trump could have posted there exclusively, and driven a lot of people there. I remember when people left MySpace because it was a "ghetto" and went to FaceBook because it was "elite". Something similar might be about to happen with Twitter and Parler.
There should be some fallout from the Project Veritas expose on Facebook employees talking about censoring conservative posts. Maybe a similar move, or government intervention of some type.
Seems like things are changing.
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