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  3. Voat - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voat

    Voat was a site which hosted aggregated content and discussion forums. According to Wired, Voat was "aesthetically and functionally similar to Reddit." Like Reddit, Voat was a collection of entries submitted by its registered users to themed categories (called "subverses" on Voat) similar to a bulletin board system. Unlike Reddit, Voat emphasized looser content restrictions and an ad-revenue sharing program.

  4. Reddit Alternative, Voat, Has Shut Down for Good - MUO

    www.makeuseof.com/reddit-alternative-voat-shut-down-forever

    Voat made its debut in 2014, and marketed itself as a Reddit alternative for free speech. However, the platform quickly became a safe haven for hate speech and toxic content. Related: Free and Fantastic Alternatives to the Official Reddit Website & App. Voat co-founder, Justin Chastain, announced the closure in his final post on Voat. The platform basically ran out of funding, and Chastain noted that he "can't keep it up."

  5. ‘Free speech’ Reddit clone Voat says it will shut down on...

    www.theverge.com/2020/12/22/22195115/voat-free-speech-right-wing-reddit-clone...

    Voat, an “anti-censorship” alternative social network that’s been described as the “alt-right Reddit,” is scheduled to shut down on December 25th. Voat co-founder Justin Chastain announced the...

  6. Meet Voat, the website that wants to be the anti-Reddit - CNET

    www.cnet.com/tech/services-and-software/meet-voat-the-website-that-wants-to-be...

    Voat With all the drama surrounding Reddit, from debates over free speech to its messy game of musical chairs among executives, it's understandable some users might want to leave. Now they've...

  7. Voat is probably the most popular website on this list. It’s a Reddit like social network and news aggregator that gained popularity in early 2015 after Reddit faced flak over the censorship...

  8. Voat - Incel Wiki

    incels.wiki/w/Voat

    Voat was an Reddit alternative social media platform created by both Atiko and PuttItOut in 2014. Voat was created for users and ex-Redditors who were extremely pissed off at Ellen Pao's censorship campaign of Reddit after the banning of r/FatPeopleHate over a hilarious and memorable meme. A meme that started this SJW insanity over the ending of "hate speech" based on their collective schizophrenia with delusional wet Red Army dreams.

  9. The Top Reddit Alternatives - Popular Mechanics

    www.popularmechanics.com/technology/apps/news/a16320/top-reddit-alternatives

    Voat Media Platforms Design Team Probably the most popular and widely known of the Reddit alternatives is Voat.co. Launched as a Reddit alternative back in April of 2014, Voat is basically a...

  10. Think Reddit Is a Cesspool? Check Out Voat, Its Creepy Little...

    www.mic.com/articles/120528/how-voat-became-reddit-s-creepy-alternative

    Voat's goal is to protect freedom of speech at all costs and to fight unelected leaders who supposedly abuse their privileges by making rules some people don't like. But some new Voat users...

  11. Does anyone know the URL of the replacement site for VOAT?

    freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3918919/posts

    2 posted on 12/25/2020, 7:41:55 PM by ConservativeMind (Trump: Befuddling Democrats, Republicans, and the Media for the benefit of the US and all mankind.) Great Awakening is the VOAT replacement site. There is no direct replacement for “Voat”...here is the shutdown announcement from the owner: