Some may recall that I started a Gab.ai account a few months ago (see this Kp blog post), as an alternative to Twitter. I learned about it by listening to David Seaman, who rather raved about it, and the fact that it was focused on giving subscribers freedom of expression, without the restraints we are now (clearly) seeing on Twitter, FaceBook, and YouTube. According to this interview, they are opening up for new subscribers (without a wait time) at the end of this month. They are also introducing a paid subscription service called Gab Pro, which unlocks more features.
I very much enjoyed watching this video with Gab.ai founder, Andrew Torba, interviewed by Owen Shroyer. Very well done, in my view. And illustrates how Twitter, YouTube, and FaceBook, with their “we’re watching you and will cancel your account if you say anything about _______ (fill in)” attitude.
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