Any dissenter.com users in the community?

#1

It’s supposed to be against censorship and thought it’d be a great place to share some info to get more eyes on the SAFE Network. I just discovered the site today and posted one of the SAFE Network videos there. Please go like and comment if you would. Thanks.

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#2

This is a great idea - I heard about it a week or two ago and meant to look into it. Thanks for the link! :wink:

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#3

Very useful, mercy! I made an account, there are comments on maidsafe.net:

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#4

Check most news websites. The most interesting articles to comment on have comments disabled. Great browser extension.

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#5

I wonder if this idea could be taken a step further when the Safe Network goes live – a non-safe-browser extension (an extension for standard browsers) that could store the comments on the Safe Network - so real hard permanent commentary. I guess there would need to be a mechanism to cover the cost of the storage … but interesting to think about.

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#6

I was thinking the same. If the dissenter plugin becomes popular and covers all websites with a lot of internet users they will need reliable storage.
A SAFENet version with SAFENet IDs would be great. It’s a great idea, someone should start work on it.

Edit: if there is any internet service that needs anonymity, it is the dessenter plugin. It’s not as anonymous as it could be in its current form.

We should start a dissent discussion on their website.

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#7

I read gab has offered a feature that does the same. Will be interesting to see who wins this battle.

#8

I think this is the gab feature - they built dissenter.com I believe.

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#9

Ahhh that makes more sense.

#10

I linked to this thread in the Dissenter group on GAB

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#11

Dissenter banned in New Zealand … Well that didn’t take long!

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#12

Mozilla has now banned the extension.

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#13

Have they banned it or has it been caught up in the add ons being disabled due to a certificate issue

#14

It was banned. You can still get it on their website and manually install.

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#15

Has it been banned in any other countries?

#16

It isn’t in their app store anymore but can be installed externally.

This move from Mozilla is very disappointing.

#17

That ban may have only been temporary. The dissenter website is still accessible in Australia, I don’t know about NZ. I learned of the ban after the Mosque shooting from reddit, so you might check there. Of course as @gmason says, it’s not in the google app store anymore, so you will have to download from the dissenter website and manually install the extension.

#18

You used to have to do quite a lot of fiddling when installing the Firefox extension from dissenter.com, but now they have made it as simple as it is with extension installed via Firefox’s own interface.

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