Dissenter Browser

A free speech web browser

4.7/5
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The Dissenter web browser is built for The People, not advertisers. Block Big Tech ads and trackers by default. Discover a comment section on every URL online. Welcome to the free speech internet.
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New browser developed by Gab in response to internet giants deciding they were our moral guardians and banning everything they don't like for personal reasons.

Pros:

Not controlled by the Silicon Valley thought police. Developer committed to free and open internet.

Cons:

Brand new so could be subject to many changes.

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Long, long-time Firefox user, switched to Dissenter a few weeks ago because FF discontinued the Dissenter extension. I'm very pleased w/ the switch.

Pros:

It's fast! no tracking, Dissenter comment section is included.

Cons:

none

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Everyone needs to use it. You will have absolutely no regrets.

Pros:

Really Fast. Kills adverts. Easy to use.

Cons:

None at all. This is just what I was looking for. And here it is.

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Free speech forever

Brave was a great concept and product, but now a new steward is better positioned to realize the original goals.

Pros:

Foundation on protecting free speech and user choice, fast browser with no bullshit included.

Cons:

It's new, not yet signed on Windows or Mac, no auto-update, but it will get there.

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This is the future of browsers.

Pros:

Privacy & built by Gab

Cons:

Still in beta.. it will improve over time.

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i love it

Pros:

Speed

Cons:

can't be

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Can’t wait to see mobile version.

Pros:

As full-featured as Brave, but without shitcoins pre-installed. Blocks ads.

Cons:

No developer code signature?

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I want to hear you.

Once the android issue is resource, the GGT: Gooble Gobbling Tinternet will fritter.

Pros:

Tinternet free

Cons:

Get it with Gab fully functioning on android platforms.

Pairs nicely with the services provided by Epik (Anonymize VPN, Forever Domains).

Pros:

Fast, slim, not chock-full of "big tech" nonsense and enables commenting on any website on the internet with almost zero moderation.

Cons:

Some work related websites don't function correctly, but Opera on the side solves this. Other than that, I can't hide the bookmarks button?

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Software Engineer

Again, it’s awesome and you should get it. You can even comment on websites without a comments section! Did I mention they won’t ban you for saying “the wrong thing”?

Pros:

It’s awesome. You can participate in conversations on any website without needing yet another spam account.

Cons:

None

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Hello world

Pros:

Can comment on any web page, even if censored

Cons:

Still in beta, prod should be better

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Its me

All you need to know is to get it. It doesn't matter who you are, it's not catered to anyone. It's a platform that you want to get started on as it won't just turn around one day and decide you're not allowed to exist. Its TOS is based on US law, not the whims of an out of touch and too powerful CEO.

Pros:

Works flawlessly, blocks ads, no corporate or advertiser influence, free speech.

Cons:

Its improving all the time and at this point I know of no other service that bases itself in free speech like Dissenter.

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Techie-type guru-type baby-boomer type

GAB software development company will grown exponentially.

Pros:

Built-in ad blocker

Cons:

A work-in-progress

a simple man

I've been using this browser regularly for many weeks and it has become my favorite browser

Pros:

It's a very good browser.

Cons:

No Cons.

Highly recommend

Pros:

Lightning fast

Cons:

None

Legally blind nerd

Dissenter is a Chromium-based browser forked from Brave. It removes additional Google telemetry Brave hasn’t yet, along with the friendly-only-to-certain-advertisers BAT “utility token”. In its place Gab is adding additional measures against censorship, Chinese-style “social currency” oppression, unpersoning attacks, and literal psychological manipulation by big tech outlets who’ve admitted to doing these things in the press. Dissenter is about you having the power to speak your mind, use the extensions you want, see the content you want, and support the creators you want. Open debate is required as a prerequisite to a free and educated society, and more and more today open debate is being quashed by Commercial and political interests who believe they are somehow better positioned to judge what information you should have access to, or be allowed to express, than you are. Dissenter exists to keep them from doing it. And it happens to work pretty well as web browsers go besides.

Pros:

Built-in privacy, adblock, will use BTC to let you contribute to creators, Dissenter “comment section” on every page

Cons:

Source not yet public, nothing like Firefox Multiple Account Containers (yet)

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Free speech forever
Source is public on GitHub, gab-ai-inc/defiant-* repos.
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Privacy Enthusiast

Pls develop fiat to BTC/LN anon onramp capabilities

Pros:

Privacy oriented

Cons:

Needs more BTC/Lightning connectivity

Would recommend to anyone. Try it, I'm sure you will be pleasantly surprised.

Pros:

Easy on resources, doesn't bog my pc down like other browsers do, very snappy.

Cons:

none, as of yet.

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It is my intention to use Dissenter to create merry hell any chance I get. I mean, "a meaningful exchange of polite views." (And merry hell)

Pros:

I'm banned for life from the Daily Mail and Dissenter gives me the opportunity to copiously return fire.

Cons:

definitely needs Free Beer.

Fate of Western Civilization depends on breaking the stranglehold the Corporate Globalists have on our speech, and therefore our ability to make informed politcal and democratic decisions. The survey only allows me a choice between "one month" and "one years". I've used Dissenter for about 6 months.

Pros:

Allows you to state your opinions without being controlled and suppressed by the Globalists and the Politically Correct

Cons:

Not enough participation. Early adopters are typically more politically extreme than the average person.

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