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Cake day: abu. 07, 2021


When I read the first part, I thought “which megacorporation?”

While it is generally true that completely free* providers make money off of your personal data, some of them are run by not for profits and are funded by donations. An example of this is disroot.org.

*As in, not freemium

The FSF uses nonfree social media sometimes to get new people into free software: https://www.fsf.org/twitter Of course, many free software projects likely don’t use social media for that purpose.

Compared to Android? Not really if you’re willing to harden it or install a custom ROM like DivestOS. By default? Maybe, but right to repair is an issue.

Maemo Leste (Mobile version of Devuan) is better than both.

Mull since they are basically hardened firefox on mobile.

That would be even better since you can’t block it, though Google has been trying to make analytics also not blockable, which is why privacy protecting legislation is always better.

EDIT: Well, you can block it, but then the website will think you are a spambot. There is no “block analytics block” yet.

Hardened GNU IceCat + Searx.

Mull on mobile.

Librewolf has trackers.

For Briar on Linux, there’s Anbox, but at the moment you have to use separate accounts.

I default to disabling javascript (this site is a rare exception), so I don’t appear to be unique.

Unfortunately they use both Cloudflare and Electron. EDIT: Electron article uses Cloudflare so I linked to wayback machine instead

*You need to enable Izzysoft’s repo by going to Settings–>Repositories, clicking the plus sign, and then pasting the following link: https://apt.izzysoft.de/fdroid/repo?fingerprint=3BF0D6ABFEAE2F401707B6D966BE743BF0EEE49C2561B9BA39073711F628937A. Also note that PixelDroid has two entries, one of which is on Izzysoft’s repo. The one on the main repo is the newer one.