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The intersection of technology, privacy, and freedom in a digital world.
Created Mar 21, 2008

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No Closed Source Software
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Submission Rules for Developers
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Only Approved Surveys, Fundraising & Petitions Allowed
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Be Nice!
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Not Tech Support
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Using Editorialized Title
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Original Source
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Meme/Image/Video Posts Generally Not Allowed
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Fueling Conspiracy Thinking Isn’t Healthy
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No VPN, Proxy or Crypto-Currency Discussions

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