Those tech heads out there who know of good alternatives to the likes of Google, Facebook, their monopolies and over reach, could suggest here, alternatives and technologies to get around them, to keep free speech alive on the net, and put their knowledge of such here. Or even just ideas. Remember to type slowly, some of us are more at home around a campfire than a keyboard!
Uncensored alternatives to mainstream sites. Be warned, once you start using these alternatives to heavily censored and data mined sites like Facebook or Twitter, you'll stick with them out of a pure sense of relief at not having to watch every word you say.
Try them. You'll have to make your own mind up but I use most of them. Let us know what you think.
DuckDuckGo. An alternative to Google which does not record your IP address or log your queries.
Startpage. Another alternative to Google which does not record your IP address or log your queries.
Gab. An uncensored alternative to Twitter but much richer in terms of content. Here you'll find all the news and gossip the mainstream media refuses to report.
Parler. Another uncensored alternative to Twitter but much richer in terms of content. Here you'll find all the news and gossip the mainstream media refuses to report.
Voat. An uncensored alternative to Reddit which is ruled nowadays by tin pot fascists just eager to pounce on you for a misplaced pronoun.
WrongThink. Yet another uncensored alternative to Facebook. I never used Facebook personally, but I'm just trying WrongThink out myself under my Pointman handle. I'll let you know how I get on.
Infogalactic. An alternative to Wikipedia which is mercifully free of the sinister manipulations of creatures like William Connolley.
Bitchute. Another alternative to YouTube which is not so oppressively censored and offers significantly better options to monetarise content you upload. All a bit beta though.
MeWe - not impressed with the name. Sounds like toddler incontinence. Yet another alternative to Facebook which I haven't tried yet. If you do, let us have your feedback.
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