It takes a nation to protect the nation
I was warning about the problem posed by this years ago (probably when I found that Paul and I were both banned from commenting on even the "far right" Daily Mail).
The above product is decentralized and the decentralized service is hosted within the browsers of those using the service. I guess that's how Bitchute is working. Only this seems to be all about blogs, discussions, chats.
Here's an overview document:
I've never bothered to download anything built on blockchain, but I've spoken to those who have, who said that since it keeps all "transactions" (i.e. modifications) to any project, then it becomes unwieldy. I don't know if that will affect zeronet.
Related to Zeronet.
I see that in the Brave browser (Chrome, but with all spyware, trackware, etc removed, so a faster browsing experience), there is the opportunity not only to open a new incognito tab, but also to have that tab use the Tor network so that not only are cookies not stored but also one's IP address bounces around the world concealing from what area one is browsing.
Zeronet is banned in China. That seems like a positive recommendation to me.
As of 2016 there is no way to take down a ZeroNet page which still has seeders, thus making such pages immune to third-party methods of taking them down, including DMCA takedown notices. By default, sites have a size limit of 10 megabytes, but users may grant a site permission to use more storage space if they wish.
This could be good for an organisations hub, so they could never be removed. But for something like 4F, which is already very complicated, it would be a nightmare. And that's apart from the need to get all 4F contributors working this new, complex technology.