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Decentralized Social Media

Decentralized Social Media Networks, Platforms and Apps

Decentralized networks are a new way of storing data. They are not operated by a single company or entity. Instead, they rely on the combined power of nodes to store and share data. These networks allow users to connect directly with one another and share their content without having to go through a central authority such as Facebook or Twitter.

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Mastodon: Twitter Alternative
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diaspora*: Google+ Alternative
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Friendica: Facebook Alternative
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PixelFed: Instagram Alternative
Aether: reddit Alternative (Desktop App)
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Tip of the day: Delete your Facebook Account.

Social Networking Privacy Guide:

Many social media platforms have been using their proprietary encryption methods (called 'Standard Encryption') that they can decrypt to understand and read the messages you send out through them. This only leaves them with the ability to filter and customise the information sent out through their service. It, in turn, causes privacy issues as they are not only trying to protect themselves but also some of their customers' privacy.

Privacy tools listed on this page are all open-source unless marked otherwise: Criteria.

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