Next-Gen Social Network Launched: No Ads, No Tracking and No BS!

Facebook is falling and can’t get up. But there is hope. There is a new social media platform for those tired of being sold like slaves. It is called MeWe.

It is simple to become a part of this “next-gen network.” Just click on this link and sign up on MeWe.

MeWe is the brainchild of leading online privacy advocate and social media founder Mark Weinstein, along with co-founder Jonathan Wolfe, and the platform comes with the full backing and support of major technology innovators such as Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web and a member of the MeWe Advisory Board.was created by Mark Weinstein and Jonathan Wolfe. As of April 16, 2018 over 4,200 people have downloaded the MeWe app from the Apple store.

Here is a short video about MeWe.

According to Business Wire:

Online privacy company, Sgrouples® Inc., announces the launch of the world’s private communication network, MeWe™. MeWe delivers breakthrough performance and cutting-edge features that advance social sharing, cloud storage, and both individual and group communication—within a simple-to-use, powerfully private platform. Built on safety, trust, and respect, MeWe provides an online environment for people to be authentic and uncensored, the way they are in their real lives.

“The power to abuse the open Internet has become so tempting both for government and big companies. MeWe gives the power of the Internet back to the people with a platform built for collaboration and privacy,” says MeWe advisor, Sir Tim Berners-Lee.

“MeWe represents the next generation in communication technology,” says Weinstein. “We provide a safe and private platform where people can easily connect, freely share their everyday lives, and have fun being themselves.”

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MeWe is touted as “the decline of Facebook—the rise of the Privacy Revolution.”

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  1. Joe Carey
    Joe Carey says:

    I’ve been asking around and have not yet received an informed response. What is the business model of MeWe? How do they make the money needed to provide the service? It needs to come from some source, either selling ad space like FB does, or charging a fee for “upgrade” users, or charging for a business plan. It cannot be absolutely free. Inquiring minds want to know.

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