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awdrifter wrote

Basically everything will need an alt-tech version or some kind of decentralized solution. Otherwise they'll cave to the censors.


Rambler OP wrote

This. It's in my opinion that making your website available over Tor, I2P (at a minimum) is required for any website that:

  • Wants to go above and beyond for protecting user privacy
  • Has any controversial content.

awdrifter wrote

Yep. I have Ramble's TOR address bookmarked. If anything happens, I can always use that. I wish more websites would do the same.


jwick wrote

One cannot have a centralized point of control, otherwise they pass the buck for policing the content on to the admins.