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    Matt · Saturday, 29 May - 00:22

    The Decentralized Web of Hate - How and Why Hate Groups Started Using Peer-2-Peer Technology - But P2P Can Be Used For Positive Social Impact Too



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    The Decentralized Web of Hate - How and Why Hate Groups Started Using Peer-2-Peer Technology - But P2P Can Be Used For Positive Social Impact Too

    Emmi Bevensee, of Rebellious Data, SMAT, and the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, has finished the second of Rebellious Data new Research Insights series of deep dives into the critical topics of our time. This report looks at how hate movements are decentralizing using emerging technologies in ways that make them harder to combat. These technologies ask us critical questions about the future of society and the internet but also pose incredible potential to help us along our way. This was a real growing issue near the end of 2020 and there was a lot of worry that the technology intended for privacy and protection of those feeling marginalised, would in fact be taken over and abused by hate groups. I saw those hate groups making a presence on Aether P2P network, and the debate starting there, but also on Scuttlebutt and RetroShare. What is different about P2P is that your network and what you see in your feed, consists of who you are linked to and following. So if your 'community' unfollows or blocks problem individuals, they disappear from view. It does not mean they are gone as they can exist in their own community, but a P2P network is not a centralised moderated service liker Twitter or Facebook, and it effectively protects everyone. It also cannot really be shut off as it only exists between individual peers without any central server (hosting) or country managing it. If the report whets your appetite to try Scuttlebutt and venture down the rabbit hole, I'd suggest trying it via the Planetary mobile app, or Patchwork for desktops. See https://rebelliousdata.com/p2p/#more-2630 #technology #P2P #SSB #socialnetworks #decentralised

    people Danie van der Merwe 14 May

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    Matt · Friday, 9 April - 09:14

    Privacy Cookbook- Chapter 10.3 - Identity Preservation - On Mobile



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    Matt · Tuesday, 9 March, 2021 - 06:12

    YouTube Is Destroying Your Favorite Creators Channels...



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    Matt · Wednesday, 3 March, 2021 - 07:35

    Joining Matrix Rooms from XMPP



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    Joining Matrix Rooms from XMPP

    Previously, I'd known about the BiFrost bridge, and joining Matrix rooms using your XMPP account, but struggled to find any clear information how to achieve it... So I'd setup a Matterbridge server for some of the rooms I was interested in; but that changed today.. Here is the link on how to join Matrix rooms (and direct chats), and vice versa.. https://github.com/matrix-org/matrix-bifrost/wiki/Address-syntax The BiFrost server is hosted by Matrix.org. I haven't tested any servers beyond Matrix.org, but the one's I did try, have all worked. I did notice that on some rooms, I had to alter my nick as it complained that the username was already taken. This was simple enough on Blabber, by just going into the room settings, and adding something extra to my nick e.g _xmpp is what I used...

    group_work dcentralised-media 3 March, 2021

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    Matt · Tuesday, 2 March, 2021 - 23:34

    Movim Post Comments and Yunohost - Fix



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    Movim Post Comments and Yunohost - Fix

    If you're using Yunohost, Movim, and one of the free domain names supplied when you set up Yunohost, here are some quick steps to fix an issue of Movim generating additional pubsub nodes with each comment. For a bit of background, Movim looks for a pubsub service called comments.server.tld, otherwise it will create a new node on the original publishing PubSub service for each comment... So, for example on pubsub.do.nohost.me, it was generating urn:xmpp... for each comment.. Annoying. The fix I used on my Yunohost deployment was to add an additional domain, but this requires the commandline interface, as the web version has a hissy fit (at least it did for me).. After SSH'ing onto your server (or accessing a terminal directly if you're able), run: yunohost domain add _comments.server.tld_ yunohost diagnosis run yunohost domain cert-install _comments.servcer.tld_ - This will install a Let's Encrypt certificate Obviously, you'll need to use sudo for the above commands if you're logged in as a non-root user. After the dyndns has had some time to do it's thing, Movim will hopefully start to use the new comments domain to capture any post comments... (Fingers Crossed).. Want to post a comment? Sign up to a Movim pod... using your XMPP account!

    group_work dcentralised-media 2 March, 2021

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    F-Droid | An App Store That Respects Your Privacy & Freedom

    Matt · Tuesday, 2 March, 2021 - 06:26

Definitely check out AuroraDroid... Really slick front end to F-Droid 👍



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    And Aurora Store! SMILING FACE WITH OPEN MOUTH AND SMILING EYES

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    Matt · Monday, 1 March, 2021 - 19:19

    How to Mine Monero (XMR) On Linux



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    How to Mine Monero (XMR) On Linux

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    Matt · Monday, 1 March, 2021 - 09:08

    No server Twitter and creating a standard because we said so



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    No server Twitter and creating a standard because we said so

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