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Ello is an ad-free social networking service created by Paul Budnitz (founder of Kidrobot), graphic design lab Berger and Föhr, and technology collective Mode Set.

Launched in March 2014 amid little fanfare, Ello became popular in late September 2014 when many people, particularly in the LGBTQ community, left Facebook following the controversial enforcement of its real-name policy thought to be intended to exclude drag queens in San Francisco.



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