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Facebook Alternatives 2020 – Social Networks That Won’t Sell Your Data

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  1. Connect with friends, family and other people you know. Share photos and videos, send messages and get updates.

    CxForward does not work. about 2 days ago

    Great idea, Bro. Thanks. In the extension's logs a strange behavior appears. If I just type the log shows /ALLOW and the certificate error appears. If I type: the log shows /BLOCK and then it shows the lock screen correctly.
  2. Welcome to the Creators Network. Ello is a community to discover, discuss, publish, share and promote the things you are passionate about.

    How to discover new art and follow artists you love when... about 4 months ago:

    Many have suggested sites that are art focused. Let me add which I think woudl be a good fit for you. It is social media with an intense art focus. Full disclosure, while I love the concept I haven't been able to get myself to use it much. It feels disjointed to me.
  3. Vero is a social network for anyone who loves anything enough to share it – and wants control over...

    Feedback for my new company about 23 days ago

    Have you looked at
  4. Mastodon is a decentralized, open source social network. This is just one part of the network, run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome!

    Building a profitable business with privacy-oriented open... about about 2 months ago

    It is a federated, decentralized network:
  5. Steemit is a social media platform where everyone gets paid for creating and curating content. It leverages a robust digital points system (Steem) for digital rewards.

    What is something you hate about Reddit? about 7 days ago

    Https:// - you vote on posts with crypto currency. a lot more to it but to complicated to explain here.
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    This hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet

  7. The online social world where you are in control.

    What happens when Reddit inevitably bans this sub? about 8 days ago:

    In case there isn't a backup plan, I found a few platforms which could be interesting. For a similar experience to like Facebook, there's Diaspora and Mastodon (more like Twitter). Both are completely open source, decentralized and can be self-hosted. For something closer to Reddit, there's Aether.
  8. The open-source, encrypted social network that expands your reach for using it.