Article: MeWe® Appoints Jeffrey Edell as New CEO

Decentralized Internet, Media

MeWe® Appoints Jeffrey Edell as New CEO

MeWe®, the ad-free social network with data privacy and no newsfeed manipulation, today announces that Jeffrey Edell has been appointed the company’s new CEO and joins its Board of Directors.

“People worldwide are migrating from Facebook, Instagram, and other major platforms to MeWe because it is the social network that respects its members as customers to serve and delight, not data to share, target, or manipulate. MeWe has achieved remarkable growth with zero paid marketing or member acquisition costs. I am thrilled to lead the company as we position for rapid growth by expanding our marketing efforts and product offerings, bringing on the world’s most compelling content creators, and growing our team to welcome millions of new members in the months ahead,” says Edell.

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Article: Ditching Big Tech for a More Decentralised Life

Decentralized Internet

Ditching Big Tech for a More Decentralised Life

A plethora of privacy and security issues, daily ransomware attacks putting sensitive data at risk of being published led to a decision. In February this year, I decided to de-Facebook and de-Google my life. I will admit that, as with any (I will call it what it is) addiction, it was a little hard to withdraw. Everyone handles social media detox differently, and I realised the best way for me would be to carry it out in stages.

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Benjamin Fulford: Global Upset not Global Reset – & BigTech Down!

Autonomous Internet, Cultural Intelligence, IO Impotency, Peace Intelligence
Robert Steele and Ben Fulford in Tokyo

ROBERT STEELE: I value Ben Fulford, whose decades of work as a financial and political journalist with a focus on Deep State and Asia  are unmatched by anyone I know. Subscribe to him here. Today’s report is quite good.  Below is a graphic from that report.

Khazarian Mafia Seeks to Surrender as Second American Revolution Underway

 

Our Web 3.0 working group has a more nuanced and comprehensive plan than the above, but the above is useful as a public perception device — it is easier to shut BigTech down and migrate than most people imagine.