| Alt Tech |
(Technology, Social media)
|Interest of||Reclaim The Net|
|New social media platforms.|
Alternative technology is becoming increasingly important as outlets to circumvent censorship from the digital monopolies.
While most Alt Tech companies declare themselves to be independent to start with, various pressures, including legal threats and economic reasons soon make many conform. If they become too successful, the cartel companies with their unlimited access money have a history of simply buying them up.
Some alternative technologies are not dependent on companies, but are user-to-user based, making them much harder to close down or censor.
|BitChute||Video hosting website. Alternative to YouTube.|
|Brandnewtube||Brandnewtube is an alt-tech video hosting platform.|
|DuckDuckGo||A search engine that claims not to track its users, and which does not appear to be censoring this site as much as Google|
|Epik||A web hosting company.|
|Gab||Gab is a social networking service with a strict free speech approach for which it is criticized in corporate media.|
|Gettr||New "free-speech" platform, connected to Donald Trump, has strong censorship from the start.|
|Locals||Locals is an Alt Tech platform.|
|Minds||Alt Tech platform; alternative to Facebook|
|Nitter||Nitter is a free and open source alternative for Twitter|
|Odysee||Odysee is an alt-tech video hosting platform.|
|Piped - Invidious||Privacy focused alternative to watch Youtube videos.|
|ProtonMail||Email and VPN server originally located in formally neutral Switzerland to avoid US/NATO surveillance or "information requests", but this has been hollowed out.|
|Rumble||Video hosting website. An alternative to YouTube.|
|SearXNG||An open community metasearch engine, aggregating the results of other search engines while not storing information about its users.|
|Substack||Online platform that provides publishing, payment, analytics, and design infrastructure to support subscription newsletters.|
|Telegram||Telegram is a social media service.|