News & FAQs

Get the info on what Peer Social is all about.

FAQ #1: https://youtu.be/y1Cdw0m1ts0

Description: Social media should be yours, pure and simple.

 

FAQ #2: https://youtu.be/XClDr3smGko

Description: Social media should be about sharing things in the best way that we can.

 

FAQ #3: https://youtu.be/2MbyZukR9pI

Description: Peer will give you the ability to build your own network.

 

FAQ #4: https://youtu.be/97DUsikV1ds

Description: It’s not a question of “why,” it’s a question of “why not?”

 

FAQ #5: https://youtu.be/T_HhsRy61ZI

Description: Privacy would come in giving users complete control over their own experience.

 

FAQ #6: https://youtu.be/etKpR6cm_h8

Description: Content is the sole reason people come to social media.

 

FAQ #7: https://youtu.be/qoDVIpoz60U

Description: Decentralization, in its purest form is a direct connection between people and organizations that want to share data.

 

FAQ #8: https://youtu.be/Jtdox-ovXfw

Description: At Peer Social, we are determined to make decentralization user friendly

 

FAQ #9: https://youtu.be/Lyxww6Kgoc8

Description: Decentralization has been attempted with social media, but we don’t feel current attempts go far enough.

 

FAQ #10: https://youtu.be/FVDMZ3BANNs

Description: We’re here to give users the ability to securely create a network.

Freedom

Reclaim Your Power: Decentralize the Social Networks

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Douglas Rushkoff is an author, documentarian, and media theorist. He has written over twenty books on human autonomy in the digital age. In the article, “Why I am Leaving Facebook,”…
Fortnite

Apple and Google weaponize their App stores and Fortnite says goodnight

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On August 13th Apple kicked the uber-popular, Fortnite gaming App off the Apple App Store for violating store guidelines. Epic Games (the company behind Fortnite) immediately responded with a lawsuit…

Whose News is Fake News?

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Should governments decide what counts as news? In April, the government of Singapore proposed their version of an anti-fake news law called the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Bill.…

Are social media users to blame for the spread of fake news?

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Perhaps social networks should blame themselves. In July 2018,  WhatsApp removed the quick forward button and restricted the forwarding of messages on their platform in an attempt to stop the…