Facebook’s Gone Rogue

„Facebook has gone rogue, drunk on founder Mark Zuckerberg’s dreams of world domination. It’s time the rest of the web ecosystem recognizes this and works to replace it with something open and distributed. Facebook used to be a place to share photos and thoughts with friends and family and maybe play a few stupid games that let you pretend you were a mafia don or a homesteader.“

Read on: Ryan Singel – Facebook’s Gone Rogue; It’s Time for an Open Alternative

Und keine Frage: „But in the internet I’d like to live in, we’d have that option, instead of being left with the choice of letting Facebook use us, or being left out of the conversation altogether.“

Zum Thema: Sehr anschaulich mattmckeon.com The Evolution of Privacy on Facebook

The Facebook Privacy War: What is Personal Data? — GeekDad

Eine Variante, die maximale Kontrolle über die Daten zulässt ist Noserub: „NoseRub only defines the social network and some basic content types like media, links, micropublishing and text. You can now add all your contacts to a NoseRub network and aggregate several social networks into just one. And you always have full control of your data, as you can install NoseRub on your own server and have it connect to other servers out there“. Man muss Noserub aber nicht selbst aufsetzen, sondern kann sich bequem bei identoo.com einnen Account anlegen.

Solange aber bei den Alternativ-Plattformen kaum jemand zu adden ist…