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A new social network, backed by the Anonymous group, aims to take on major sites like Twitter and Facebook with a commitment to privacy and transparency.
...[Minds] has the same basic set-up as other social networks. Users post updates to followers, who can comment or share content.
But unlike its competitors it claims there's no aim to make money from gathering data and all messages are encrypted, so they can't be read by advertisers or by governments.
Users "earn points" for voting, sharing and uploading which they can then use to "boost" their posts to a bigger audience.
It claims that this element "levels the playing field so that literally anyone has a shot at being heard in the overwhelming noise of the web".
originally posted by: snchrnct
Another example of censorship being revealed or just some "unfortunate error" on the server or from an employee? The New York Times has apparently scrubbed its article on Norway's pedophile ring bust (dating from 20 November, 2016). Luckily though the page has been archived, so you can fact check it for yourself. Somehow web archive links don't work here on ATS, so I just copy pasted it below. Add them together in your searchbar and go.
PS: this is not in any way an attempt to bring p-gate into the discussion, so please let's not go down that road, thanks.