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The Future Of Private Messaging and privacy browsing - Carsten - 2020-02-08

From Gab:

"Dissenter: Meet the Free Speech Web Browser" read more here: https://dissenter.com/

Let’s talk about “private” messaging.
Privacy and encryption are hot topics right now, but they shouldn’t be. Privacy is a fundamental human right and encryption ensures that human right is preserved from the prying eyes of governments, corporations, hackers and ex-lovers. It feels great to send a message and know that only you and the other person can see it. When you send a “DM,” or Direct Message on popular messaging apps you are led to believe that it is “private.”

This is far from the truth. In reality your “private” messages can and are read by Big Tech companies who collect information on you to target ads. Have you ever talked about something in a “private message” and had ads pop up for that product days later as you surfed the web? This isn’t a coincidence. Your “private” messages are being tracked, monitored, and monetized.

At Gab we believe this is wrong. We believe this is a violation of your human rights.

It wasn’t always this way. Private messages used to be decentralized and open. At a minimum you didn’t need to worry about being tracked across the web. Remember IRC? AIM? Enjoying conversations in private shouldn’t feel like someone is looking over your shoulder. You shouldn’t have to tip toe around what you say. You should have confidence in the technology to connect you with another person without a third-party taking notes on your conversation.

The good news is that open source encryption technology offers a way out of the current dystopian nightmare of “private messaging.”

Now is the time to rethink the way we communicate in “private” on the internet. Gab Chat hopes to accomplish this by offering an open source end-to-end encrypted chat messenger free from prying eyes and surveillance capitalism. When you send an encrypted message on Gab Chat only you and the other person can see it. Gab can’t see or read your message. Neither can anyone else. We believe that it is time to exit the Big Tech spy machine and take back control of our privacy.

Gab Chat is the first step in that direction.
We invite you to create a Gab account and start messaging securely today.
Andrew Torba
CEO Gab.com

Please note: unfortunately Firefox and Microsoft Edge do not support the level of encryption Gab Chat offers, so it will not work at all in those browsers. We recommend downloading our Dissenter browser, which blocks all Big Tech ads and trackers and allows the highest level of encryption possible for maximum privacy. 



RE: The Future Of Private Messaging and privacy browsing - Hugues - 2020-02-09

(2020-02-08, 11:58 PM)Carsten Wrote: From Gab:

"Dissenter: Meet the Free Speech Web Browser" read more here: https://dissenter.com/

Let’s talk about “private” messaging.
Privacy and encryption are hot topics right now, but they shouldn’t be. Privacy is a fundamental human right and encryption ensures that human right is preserved from the prying eyes of governments, corporations, hackers and ex-lovers. It feels great to send a message and know that only you and the other person can see it. When you send a “DM,” or Direct Message on popular messaging apps you are led to believe that it is “private.”

This is far from the truth. In reality your “private” messages can and are read by Big Tech companies who collect information on you to target ads. Have you ever talked about something in a “private message” and had ads pop up for that product days later as you surfed the web? This isn’t a coincidence. Your “private” messages are being tracked, monitored, and monetized.

At Gab we believe this is wrong. We believe this is a violation of your human rights.

It wasn’t always this way. Private messages used to be decentralized and open. At a minimum you didn’t need to worry about being tracked across the web. Remember IRC? AIM? Enjoying conversations in private shouldn’t feel like someone is looking over your shoulder. You shouldn’t have to tip toe around what you say. You should have confidence in the technology to connect you with another person without a third-party taking notes on your conversation.

The good news is that open source encryption technology offers a way out of the current dystopian nightmare of “private messaging.”

Now is the time to rethink the way we communicate in “private” on the internet. Gab Chat hopes to accomplish this by offering an open source end-to-end encrypted chat messenger free from prying eyes and surveillance capitalism. When you send an encrypted message on Gab Chat only you and the other person can see it. Gab can’t see or read your message. Neither can anyone else. We believe that it is time to exit the Big Tech spy machine and take back control of our privacy.

Gab Chat is the first step in that direction.
We invite you to create a Gab account and start messaging securely today.
Andrew Torba
CEO Gab.com

Please note: unfortunately Firefox and Microsoft Edge do not support the level of encryption Gab Chat offers, so it will not work at all in those browsers. We recommend downloading our Dissenter browser, which blocks all Big Tech ads and trackers and allows the highest level of encryption possible for maximum privacy. 
Not able to use the gab links in this post.


RE: The Future Of Private Messaging and privacy browsing - Carsten - 2020-02-09

No, I can't use them either. Anyway take a look at their browser https://dissenter.com/. This post is written in Dissenter.


RE: The Future Of Private Messaging and privacy browsing - Hugues - 2020-02-09

(2020-02-09, 11:56 AM)Carsten Wrote: No, I can't use them either. Anyway take a look at their browser https://dissenter.com/. This post is written in Dissenter.

xx messenger is also a private messaging app. Even quantumproof.

I downloaded the browser, but didn't see any special features yet.
They say it is possible to comment on every URL! How?
Also tried to login but the window for login is blank.


RE: The Future Of Private Messaging and privacy browsing - Carsten - 2020-02-09

The Dissenter browser is faster than Chrome. Have been using it today to try it out. It's based on Chromium just like Chrome but ads and tracking are blocked by default


RE: The Future Of Private Messaging and privacy browsing - Hugues - 2020-02-09

(2020-02-09, 04:47 PM)Carsten Wrote: The Dissenter browser is faster than Chrome. Have been using it today to try it out. It's based on Chromium just like Chrome but ads and tracking are blocked by default

That's why I only use brave. The fastest browser I know.


RE: The Future Of Private Messaging and privacy browsing - Carsten - 2020-02-09

Brave and Dissenter are both built on Chromium. I just tested that the speed seems to be equal.


RE: The Future Of Private Messaging and privacy browsing - BobBobert - 2020-02-10

Two new browsers!

Is there a place that you can go and see what browsers there are and what the plus and minus points of each are?


RE: The Future Of Private Messaging and privacy browsing - Carsten - 2020-02-10

(2020-02-10, 12:16 PM)BobBobert Wrote: Two new browsers!

Is there a place that you can go and see what browsers there are and what the plus and minus points of each are?

You can go here Bob!  Tongue

With Brave you can get BAT tokens when you browse the net. You can also donate to your favourite sites if they support the BAT token.

Dissenter is new and made by GAB (the non censured SoMe). It makes sure you are not tracked by Facebook and Google.


RE: The Future Of Private Messaging and privacy browsing - Hugues - 2020-02-10

(2020-02-10, 01:00 PM)Carsten Wrote:
(2020-02-10, 12:16 PM)BobBobert Wrote: Two new browsers!

Is there a place that you can go and see what browsers there are and what the plus and minus points of each are?

You can go here Bob!  Tongue

With Brave you can get BAT tokens when you browse the net. You can also donate to your favourite sites if they support the BAT token.

Dissenter is new and made by GAB (the non censured SoMe). It makes sure you are not tracked by Facebook and Google.

Brave is not that new, but gets a lot of attention lately. They have millions of users yet and this makes BAT very undervalued. Believe that this coin will shoot in a next bull run.