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Thank you for offering this excellent analysis.
Still, I disagree. Gab is much much better because it isn’t censored, and the company doesn’t publish, whereas Twitter does. Twitter edits, censors, and deletes, shadowbans, and bans when the material is not to Twitter’s political and ideological philosophy of how the world should be. Twitter was the first of the two, so it’s natural that it has more users, but the company has destroyed its own search engine in the name of ideological control, and increasingly has ruined their format through the use of their company as a massive machine of propaganda and censorship. That renders it a disabled and rather useless online environment that is now increasingly threatened by lawsuits from all sides. It became too big, and now they think they’re God, and eventually, they may not be at all.
Thank you! Kathe
Well, I decided to rejoin Gab after a long hiatus. The site content has definitely gotten better and has grown with several million users added to the platform. It still has its limitations, but I have been enjoying it more than Parler so far.
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