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#youbroketheinternet
You broke the Internet! We'll make ourselves a GNU one! A project to get a new communications stack off the ground and cut out the man in the middle.
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#youbroketheinternet Nov 5
It is shameful that money gets invested in tools that threaten democracy rather than work on a cheaper goal: ensure that all humans on the planet enjoy an existentially safe living so that there is no need to be afraid of the poor and disenfranchised.
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#youbroketheinternet Nov 5
is totalitarian, not because of what it is intended to do, but because it systematically can be applied to every citizen and produces data that can be centrally collected and analysed, resulting in knowledge powerful enough to undermine democracy.
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Fabio Chiusi Nov 2
Yet another example of a structural flaw in Facebook’s ads transparency policy found by Vice and others, that allows to game the “paid for by” disclaimer abd exploit it to actually promote the advertiser’s political agenda, in some cases through “astroturfing”-like strategies.
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Adam Levin Nov 1
We ran 2 fake ads pretending to be Cambridge Analytica — and Facebook failed to catch that they were frauds via
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#youbroketheinternet Nov 2
Replying to @dumidyeypee @yFACTph
panel has no clue. among users never worked in human history, soc med companies have no standards, "certain laws will be violated if regulated" is complete humbug. The Internet has been in need of regulation for over twenty years now.
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Costantinos Tsiourtos May 24
It is scary the kind of power to steer public opinion Facebook has. This very broadcast is a good example. This is why in the future we should see international legislation regulating social media, becoming a reality.
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#youbroketheinternet Nov 2
"Towards a more private, free, respectful internet where all are welcome." Yes, but out of all , is a niche & we need to compete against unethical business models!
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#youbroketheinternet Nov 2
Replying to @StollmeyerEU @jonworth
Here's a more in-deep comparison of Internet tools with techie explanations… …consider also using as it isn't a US-based search engine.
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Michał A. Zieliński Apr 15
"Anger is the emotion most effective at driving <engagement> — which also makes it, in a market for attention, the most profitable one."
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#youbroketheinternet Nov 2
Replying to @internetsociety
? 20y too late. We can avoid segmenting it if we push for and start providing the protocols to replace the , not just . We should collaborate? Start here:
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Ailo Oct 25
Just in time for Halloween, here are some particularly spooky statistics from the US. Note that Google are trusted a lot more than Facebook, testament to their ability to lay low.
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#youbroketheinternet Oct 25
Replying to @alternetproj
Welcome to the challenge… where do we fit you into our map?
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The Alternet Project Oct 25
A brand new internet is coming. Check us out now:
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#youbroketheinternet Oct 25
Replying to @aoifesexton @ICOnews
Except that 2009's incident was actually worse… it manipulated the in the whole of , not just a subset of the UK.
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#youbroketheinternet Oct 25
Replying to @jimmyschulz @fdpbt
Don't forget the original inspiration for your proposal! Here: — And please make it an as in proposal, since we are no longer in the 90's. See also for more ideas on how to by law.
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#youbroketheinternet Oct 25
Replying to @hanno
If you always use git in a linear way without merging, then you can consider it a blockchain. Explained further on
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#youbroketheinternet Oct 25
Replying to @MollyMEP @ICOnews
If only would see that personal data will always unlawfully be used to until we into a condition that makes it to abuse.
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Molly Scott Cato MEP Oct 25
are investigating data theft and electoral manipulation around Brexit as though it were organised crime, says James Dipple-Johnstone. That's entirely appropriate
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Graham Lithgow Oct 25
Yeah, "nothing to lose". Apart from: - Stability - Prosperity - The NHS - Automatic right to live and work across 27 nations. - Science funding - Jobs - Reliable supply of food and medicine - Access to the largest trade bloc on the planet - Peace in Ireland Now piss off.
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