That is one of the MANY things any of us could be flagged/censored/surveilled for saying on platforms like Facebook or Twitter.
Sources indicate that MeWe has gained 2.5 million users in just one week.
According to these reports People LOVE privacy….who knew?!
Many sources have also hinted that MeWe is committed to free speech, or at least more free speech than leftist Twitter and Facebook.
So, the question remains: can they unseat Facebook?
Take a look:
100 Percent Fed Up had more on the story:
Facebook’s rival ‘MeWe’ gained 2.5 million new members in the past week as social media users increasingly flock to privacy-focused apps.
The ad-free platform aims to compete against traditional social media models that use data collection for targeted ads.
The social network currently has 16 million members, according to the company. In June 2020, MeWe stated it had roughly 8 million members.
MeWe, launched by Mark Weinstein in 2016, also vows not to censor their users for behavior that might violate the policies of other networks, including Facebook and Twitter.
“People all over the world are leaving Facebook and Twitter in droves because they are fed up with the relentless privacy violations, surveillance capitalism, political bias, targeting and newsfeed manipulation by these companies,” MeWe’s marketing director, David Westreich, told USA TODAY.
The Washington Examiner reported:
The platform's information page said that it was designed "to go head-to-head with Facebook and restore decency, privacy, and respect for social media users." MeWe doesn't rely on targeted advertising and said that users "have full control over your newsfeed and the order of how posts appear."
But because of the social media platform's less-stringent process of moderating and censoring content compared to other mainstream sites, MeWe, like Parler, in recent years has attracted conspiracy theorists such as anti-vaxxers who have been banned from other sites.
Weinstein has said that it was "not my job to censor good, law-abiding citizens" and that "there's nowhere in our terms that says you may not post fake news."