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I just had the idea for a social network which would care about privacy, don't sell the data of its users and stuff. This would mean the users had to pay for it to keep the lights on, like 1 oder 2 bucks a month.

Do you think this could work? I'm not sure, I think there might already be too much competition in that field.

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    #nativeLanguageReveal

    I would say no, openBook just did their kickstarter succesfully.
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    ello (?)
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    @Codex404 Looks great
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    Mastodon?
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    When it can be paid with crypto, I’d at least check it out I guess. As long as the price is low and it really cares about privacy.. like, not showing contacts of friends on a profile and stuff like that..
    also, no phone nr must be required..
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    There was App.net a few years ago trying to do he same. Don't know how that went...
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    At this point it's hardly worth it. Why would anyone switch there when all their family and friends "are on Facebook which is free anyway".
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    @norman70688 not sure if you're making a joke but those of you still concerned about privacy are going to have a hard time moving into the future, where billboards are you favourite colour and advertising your favourite foods and drinks depending on your daily schedule and eatimg habits etc
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    @norman70688 I agree. I have nothing to hide and I don't mind my data being mined. I'd rather see targeted ads than random ads.
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