2020 Dec 27, 10:16am
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bitchute seems to be the best alternative. Most channels that are de-monitized seem to land there.
NuttBoxer saysbitchute seems to be the best alternative. Most channels that are de-monitized seem to land there.This is how Wikipedia describes Bitchute in the opening sentence:BitChute is a video hosting service known for accommodating far-right individuals and conspiracy theorists, and for hosting hateful material.Gee, no bias here.....
Gee, no bias here.....
Surprised bitchute didn’t sue for defamation yet
So far only rumble on roku and it's shit on roku. Can't even make out the text on my TV.
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Would you pay $100 for a box that ONLY access the internet, doesn't support netflix, and allows you to archive videos, and uses your phone as a remote control?I'm looking for ideas for products. I can build that, no problem.
January 13, 2021Decentralized video sharing platform Odysee has almost doubled its traffic since last weekBy Tom ParkerPosted 9:00 pmMillions of users are embracing alternative-tech after unprecedented Big Tech censorship. ...Odysee’s rapid uptick in traffic follows Big Tech’s mass censorship since last week’s storming of the US Capitol. Tens of thousands of users, including the President of the United States, have had their social media accounts permanently suspended and the tech giants have outright banned the use of certain phrases and discussions related to the 2020 US presidential election.This unprecedented level of censorship has resulted in an exodus to alternative platforms such as Odysee. Other alternative platforms, including free speech social network Gab messaging app Telegram, have also seen massive growth over the last week.“No social media site is actually sophisticated enough in their design to prevent the spreading of links if people are willing to type them in,” CEO and Founder of Odysee Jeremy Kauffman said. “The only set of facts that fits what we witnessed last week was a group of powerful people finding a way to accumulate even more power to themselves. If we care about the future of democracy, we must use services where this power does not exist.”
Twitter bans users from posting links to BitchuteTwitter was now blocking all links, shared in tweets, to the BitChute domain.This is the case as of March 12.BitChute is an independent video hosting platform that has gained in popularity as an alternative to the centralized giant YouTube, which has been plagued by waves of censorship and demonetization.Now, instead of allowing users to see the BitChute page they intended to post, Twitter served them with the message, “Something went wrong…”As the BitChute account noted, this is very vague – to say the least. However, some light is shed on what might be behind Twitter’s decision to block these links in other messages some users have reported.One of them said that Twitter was preventing completion of requests because BitChute links have been identified “by Twitter or our partners” as “potentially harmful.”These messages don’t explain who Twitter’s partners mandating these blocks might be, though it’s not beyond the realm of possibility they might be the notorious fact-checkers that the social media company hires to police the platform.These users were also instructed to visit Twitter’s Help Center to “learn more.” But BitChute explained that the block appeared to be blanket, regardless of the category of content the links lead to: gaming, makeup and DIY tutorials, even “cat videos” have all been affected.One of the blocked links was to a video on BitChute that went into how a BBQ business owner struggles to keep open in the face of Canada’s strict Covid restrictions.This is the one that received the “potentially harmful” label, in addition to the useless one on top of the page that said something had gone “wrong.”Something has indeed gone wrong – only not with the independent platform, or its links, but with Twitter itself.Meanwhile, BitChute called Twitter out for hypocrisy over the company’s recent criticism of those who limit interoperability as a way to entrench their market position and sabotage competition – saying that Twitter is now doing the very same thing.
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Free speech friendly video sharing platformsUse a provider that's not controlled by a Big Tech giant and that supports free expression.As YouTube continues to censor, these alternatives are rising up to empower viewers and creators. Use them. Tell friends and family about them. Tell creators to use them.
Denmark blocks access to BitChute over “coronavirus misinformation”More mass censorship of the free speech video sharing platform.
Rights group covering Xinjiang internment camps moves to Odysee after YouTube censorship