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Seeing what tech companies and politicians are doing to Parler is definitely sad. The way the media insidiously crafts a narrative that simultaneously shields big tech from Section 230 liabilities while making small companies like Parler liable for their users’ behavior and beliefs is a scary precedent. But ... unfortunately Parler did have terrible user and data privacy. They did not prioritize this, even knowing they would be a target. This also angers me. Minds is built to be anti-fragile and doesn’t collect data on users. Why would we? The whole goal was to get away from data serfdom and open up better business models, otherwise it’s more of the same. There is still a lot to be done but the key is that Minds has a strong foundation built on open-source software over many years. User-first, community-first ethos with privacy and sovereignty at the top. https://gizmodo.com/parler-users-breached-deep-inside-u-s-capitol-building-1846042905
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One thing I'm really loving about Minds so far is just how great the variety of content is. Politics is of course a very hot topic right now, especially with subjects of censorship and looking into alt-tech. So of course it's going to be what people want to talk about. (Also as someone from outside the US a lot of it goes right over my head). But it's also nice being able to see people talk passionately about the art they made or the photographs they've taken or their poetry collection. It's nice to take a break from the doom and gloom of electoral politics and connect with people passionate about the same topics you are, especially in such interesting circumstances. Really enjoying the community that @Minds is cultivating so far.
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More from Jack

Seeing what tech companies and politicians are doing to Parler is definitely sad. The way the media insidiously crafts a narrative that simultaneously shields big tech from Section 230 liabilities while making small companies like Parler liable for their users’ behavior and beliefs is a scary precedent. But ... unfortunately Parler did have terrible user and data privacy. They did not prioritize this, even knowing they would be a target. This also angers me. Minds is built to be anti-fragile and doesn’t collect data on users. Why would we? The whole goal was to get away from data serfdom and open up better business models, otherwise it’s more of the same. There is still a lot to be done but the key is that Minds has a strong foundation built on open-source software over many years. User-first, community-first ethos with privacy and sovereignty at the top. https://gizmodo.com/parler-users-breached-deep-inside-u-s-capitol-building-1846042905
9.37k views · Jan 13th
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One thing I'm really loving about Minds so far is just how great the variety of content is. Politics is of course a very hot topic right now, especially with subjects of censorship and looking into alt-tech. So of course it's going to be what people want to talk about. (Also as someone from outside the US a lot of it goes right over my head). But it's also nice being able to see people talk passionately about the art they made or the photographs they've taken or their poetry collection. It's nice to take a break from the doom and gloom of electoral politics and connect with people passionate about the same topics you are, especially in such interesting circumstances. Really enjoying the community that @Minds is cultivating so far.
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