Dissenter Browser Extension: The Comment Section of the Internet…


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Date: March 05, 2019

01) Dissenter Browser Extension

“Dissenter is the comment section of the Internet. Install the extension and comment on any URL while also discovering what others have commented across the web. For the full experience and more features visit Dissenter.com.”

02) Fight Censorship With Gab Dissenter!


This extension works with Chrome, Brave, Opera, Chromium, Firefox, Edge, and Safari…possibly others.

01) Open up an account at Gab.ai

02) If you don’t already have it, download and install Google Chrome.

03) Install the Google Chrome Dissenter extension.

Once you have it running, you can click on your profile icon, click on the “download” option, and find the download links for the other browsers…with instructions for installation.


The new icon that is added to your web browser.

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What opens, when you click on it.

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Browsers you can download for.

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I cant and wont tell you, that you should use this for MAP issues…I’m not sure of all the possible hazards…

…But I will say…the potential for completely unleashed free speech, is possibly in the realm of what this extension offers…

Is this the Web 3.0 technology, that a certain someone was alluding to in the past?

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4 thoughts on “Dissenter Browser Extension: The Comment Section of the Internet…

  1. eqfoundation Post author

    WordPress is being annoying, and forcing me to publish my posts, before I can see how they are going to look…It’s not auto saving drafts, like it’s supposed to be doing.

    I should point out…at the very first link, at the top of this post…if you have any of the named browsers installed and running, just follow that link…and you can likely download/install from that website.

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  2. Yure

    Google Toolbar had a “sidewiki” that served the same purpose. I remember, as a teen, using that to share the link to Jelly World on Neopets. I felt so edgy, ah. I actually thought that the resource was awesome, but after some time I was unwilling to continue using that if it meant sticking with the toolbar.

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