@ap236 Why do you have a ✅ in your name? Why a 🇩🇪 and ☢️?
After discussion decentralization and federation with @indi I've started looking up more about security and privacy. What are the good and bad about federated services?
@indi on a related topic, have you heard about the Centre for Humane Technology? I have found their suggestions to be very interesting.
This article makes the point that a major reason non-creepy social networks fail is they are made by tech geeks like me that focus on under the hood tech and not making a fun experience with good new features.
The Supreme Court of Canada rules to uphold privacy protections for text messages
What I really want is a social network that lets you put posts in categories. And people can say 'No, I don't want Shawn's political posts, yes I do want his tech posts. No, he posts too much about Star Trek.'
More likely: Yes to personal updates, no to everything else.
I guess I just described Google+. Why aren't new social network sites incorporating this innovation?
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