Diaspora: An Ethical Facebook

Why You Should Join Diaspora … by Terry Hancock:

I never really “trusted” Facebook or Google+.

And it’s no good whining to Google’s management about the ethical bankruptcy of demanding full identification or rejecting pseudonymous users. Nor is there much point in writing cutting editorials about Facebook’s (lack of) privacy ethics. Neither company is likely to be responsive to these complaints.

Because, guess what, you’re not their customer. You’re their product.

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