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originally posted by: AtlasHawk
Here is the least from gab itself. And you know what? Gab is right on point, what these Mainstream News Media outlets is clearly suppressing the opposition or any voices that are agaisnt their official narratives.
No-platform us all you want. Ban us all you want. Smear us all you want. You can’t stop an idea.
originally posted by: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
a reply to: seeker1963
The problem here is capitalism that is out of control, these corporations yeild so much power and influence they can do this without backlash, the only solution is to get government involved and let's face it nobody wants that so...
The meaning of peace is the absence of opposition to socialism. Karl Marx
Five things to know about Gab
Critics have described the site as a "haven" for the far-right, since many controversial figures have moved there after being banned from Twitter and Facebook. Among them are conspiracy theorist Alex Jones; the founder of the neo-Nazi site the Daily Stormer, Andrew Anglin; and the anti-Islam group Britain First. Gab says it welcomes all speech and members should mute accounts they do not want to see
Not everything is allowed on Gab. Its terms and conditions do not allow direct threats of violence. And founder Andrew Torba has previously blogged disavowing political violence. Posts that break US laws - such as copyright content and images of child abuse - are also not allowed. A small number of Gab users have complained that the platform does not allow cartoon depictions of children in sexual situations. The company has told those people to go "somewhere else"
Gab does not carry advertising. Instead, members can pay for a Pro membership that unlocks several features, including video live-streaming
Apple has never allowed Gab on its App Store, citing pornographic content and hate speech. Gab was available on the Google Play store until August 2017, when Google removed it citing hate speech. The company has produced versions of its app with content filters switched on by default but Apple and Google have not allowed this on their app stores. Gab has described this as Silicon Valley censorship
Gab has faced censorship accusations of its own. In 2017, its web domain registrar ordered it to delete a post mocking Heather Heyer, a woman killed in protest-related violence in Charlottesville. Faced with the threat of losing its web domain, Gab deleted the post and sought a new domain registrar. Its cloud service provider, Microsoft, also ordered it to delete two anti-Semitic posts. However, these were subsequently removed by the writer himself. Gab has said it wants to develop its own decentralised infrastructure so that it can avoid censorship