CloutHub has declared war on Big Tech and launched its own alternative video hosting service to protect its members from censorship.
CloutHub has expressed its anger at IBM for allegedly breaking an anti-censorship contract and preparing to launch its own alternative video hosting service for its members. In response to IBM’s repeated blatant acts of censorship, CloutHub, a next-generation social media platform that strives to protect free speech and open speech, announced today that it is migrating towards a new video hosting service, ” EIN Presswire reported in a March 24 press release. “CloutHub will fight Big Tech censorship at every turn,” Jeff Brain, Founder of CloutHub mentionned.
“In its contract with our company, IBM has agreed not to remove or censor any of our content without issuing a warning or giving us sufficient time to remedy the problem,” Brain said. “Unfortunately, IBM has chosen not to fulfill its contractual obligation with CloutHub. To make matters worse, IBM still hasn’t told us about the permanent removal of CloutHub channels. “
Brain also presents the solution rather than just condemning Big Tech censorship: “We’re excited to launch the new video hosting service to protect CloutHub members from Big Tech censorship.” The press release included background explaining, “The decision to begin the transition to an alternative video hosting service came immediately after IBM – the company that provided video streaming services to CloutHub – recently violated its agreement with the social media platform by permanently removing 14 video channels without warning. “IBM followed by”[proceeding] to inform CloutHub that it would abruptly end its services, largely suggesting that the social media platform was hosting “fraudulent content or deceptive posts” with no further explanation or details provided to CloutHub, “according to the press release.
Burton Boucher, software engineer at CloutHub, who previously worked at IBM, condemned his old workplace:
“In my 15 years with IBM, I never knew IBM didn’t follow its own internal processes. The unannounced withdrawal and abrupt termination of service is troubling. The slogan “No one has ever been fired for buying IBM” is nothing but history. “
In a suite Press release of March 25, Clouthub “warned lawmakers not to pass legislation that would increase the power of Big Tech.”
“Big tech has been a major problem for many years – and it’s great to see lawmakers on both sides of the aisle taking this issue seriously,” CloutHub founder Jeff Brain said in the new press release. “The problem, however, is that our politicians are divided on what to do next. While some are proposing Big Tech regulations, others are pushing to empower mainstream social media companies even more. to censor the American people. “
Brain’s solution to the controversial Big Tech power was government regulation: “What America needs is a bipartisan effort to reform the loopholes with Section 230, protect ordinary people from unnecessary censorship.” and data theft, and foster the growth of alternative platforms like CloutHub that seek to change the tech industry for the better. “
CloutHub website described the company as “an impartial platform. We support freedom of expression and protect your privacy. We do not explore, track, or sell user data. We do not remove your scope or manipulate what you see. We empower our members to influence the issues they care about. CloutHub has attempted to distinguish its platform from other social media, saying its platform is “designed for civic, social and political empowerment and engagement with the tools and resources you need to influence people. issues that interest you. ”
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