Dissenter-browser is gab.com’s new official browser with the banned dissenter plug-in built in.
From wikipedia, because it explains better than I can (it is late here and I’m tired):
" Gab is an English-language social networking service known for its far-right userbase. The site has been widely described as a safe haven for extremists including neo-Nazis, white supremacists, and the alt-right. It has attracted far-right and alt-right users and groups who have been banned from other social networks. Gab claims to stand for free speech and individual liberty, though these claims have been criticized as being a shield for its alt-right ecosystem. Antisemitism is a prominent part of the site’s content, and the company itself has engaged in antisemitic commentary on Twitter. Researchers have written that Gab is “known to be hateful”. "…
“In February 2019, Gab launched Dissenter, a browser extension and website that allows Gab users to make comments on content hosted on any website via an overlay visible only to those logged into Dissenter or using the extension, and thus bypass their individual moderation practices. In April 2019, Dissenter was removed from the Firefox Add-ons website and the Chrome Web Store for violation of their policies. In July 2019, Gab switched its software infrastructure to a fork of Mastodon, a free and open-source social network platform. Mastodon released a statement in protest, denouncing Gab as trying to “monetize and platform racist content while hiding behind the banner of free speech.””
"In a 20-minute Periscope video accompanying the launch, Andrew Torba said that he expected Dissenter to be banned from extension stores and mentioned that Gab might build its own web browser in the future that has Dissenter built-in. In April 2019, Mozilla removed the Dissenter extension from the Firefox Add-ons website for violating the hate speech portion of Mozilla’s acceptable use policy. In a statement to the Columbia Journalism Review, a Mozilla spokesperson said: “Mozilla does not endorse hate speech, and we do not permit our platforms to be used to promote such content.” On April 11, Google removed the Dissenter extension from the Chrome Web Store. Later in April, the Gab team forked the Brave web browser in order to bundle Dissenter. Brave CEO Brendan Eich criticized the decision to fork Brave as unnecessary and “parasitic”.
Following the extension’s launch, Ana Valens of The Daily Dot described it as an “extension for the alt-right” to “mobilize against journalists, critics, and progressive websites”. Saqib Shah of Engadget called Dissenter “a far-right comments section on every site” and Gab’s “latest attempt at attracting fringe voices”. "
Sorry for the wall of text. For more info just google articles on Gab/Dissenter. I really don’t believe that this developer/app should have a place on snapcraft.