[plug] Reciprocal privacy policy (warning - very short reply)

Daniel Axtens danielax at gmail.com
Sun Oct 27 14:06:08 UTC 2013

A philosophically interesting piece I came across along the same line is the thinking behind Kynetex's CloudOS - http://cloudos.me/ (the video on the front page). It's a little cringeworthy in parts but it does go towards the idea of having more control over your own data by rebalancing the model from server-client to peer-to-peer.

Linked without commendation or condemnation :p

-- d

On 27/10/2013, at 11:35 PM, Gregory Orange <home at oranges.id.au> wrote:

> Hi Steve,
> On 26 October 2013 23:44, Steve Boak <sboak at westnet.com.au> wrote:
>> I read a lot of technical and environmental material on the 'net, and I
>> appreciate being able to pick and choose what I go and look at. I can't
>> think of a much worse scenario than only being 'fed' links (and advertising)
>> with similar opinions and points of view to what I have recently been
>> reading. I like to see both sides of the fence and look to the radical
>> horizon, not be spoon fed what some web robot 'thinks' I  want to see. The
>> feeds I get are guaranteed to be even less relevant if that robot is owned
>> by a global advertising conglomerate and is biased towards sending me to
> Do you use DuckDuckGo?
> http://donttrack.us/
> http://dontbubble.us/
> -- 
> Gregory Orange
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