Submitted by Rambler in privacy

In just five short years, what changes do you think will be made to the internet?

After Mozilla took a stance yesterday supporting deplatforming and claiming that it is not enough, it seems that they may have a vested interest in foregoing levels of privacy in order 'to make the internet safer'.

Do you think it will be easier to remain relatively private online or that new levels of surveillance will be implemented to better keep tabs on the internet to 'keep users safe'?

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dandrews wrote

Imo "normies" will be even more unaware of their privacy than they are now, whilst us and maybe more tech-savvy people will use alternative platforms and networks. btw I never understood the "surveillance=safe" equation, even irl. I mean, having cameras everywhere didn't make us safer...

P.S. why Mozilla can't shut up and harden firefox?

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Jelello wrote

Nazi-talk like mentioning "freeze peach" will get you mocked until it's removed.

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Rambler OP wrote

Nazi-talk like mentioning "freeze peach" will get you mocked until it's removed.

I predict that in 2026 Twitter will just be two trans-men arguing with each other about why they're not pregnant yet.

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Jelello wrote

The eternal question: is this because of angry gods or evil wypipo?

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MrBlack wrote

In 2026 you'll have to scan your face to prove you're not a robot to access web content instead of completing captcha checks haha. Maybe not that but definitely something privacy stripping.

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