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[liberationtech] a privacy preserving and resilient social network

Eleanor Saitta ella at dymaxion.org
Sat Jun 29 08:18:28 PDT 2013


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On 2013.06.29 11.09, David Golumbia wrote:
> put more simply: the notion of a "privacy-preserving social
> network" is an inherent contradiction in terms.

No, it's totally not.  You can definitely build systems that allow
people to have meaningful levels of privacy toward anyone not in the
set of people with whom they choose to share data, while still letting
them reasonably efficiently speak with those they want to speak with.
 I don't see why there's anything inherently contradictory in this.

E.

- -- 
Ideas are my favorite toys.
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