You may wonder, why did I create a community to liberate a system that is fundamentally flawed in terms of proprietary software?

1.3 billion devices use the apple ecosystem. Most of them use some combination of google, facebook, instagram, spotify, iCloud and so on. Even though privacy can’t be completely achieved, it can be significantly improved. We can also motivate to a more healthy mentality around digital issues.

Grass root activity is important. We need to work locally and motivate family, friends and strangers in our area to choose the ethical and be class concious. If we say they have to unchain themselves from everything they know without knowing where they are going, they will not motivate themselves to change.

We need an overview of what apps are good, what we should do to preserve as much privacy as possible and with as much freedom as possible. Unchaining the users from the Apple, Google, Facebook, Spotify and other ecosystems. Giving them more freedom over their media and their favourite content.


While I mostly agree with you, I’m afraid the main improvement here would be not buying Apple products at all

Vegafjord eo

There are a billion Apple products in use today. These devices aren’t simply going to disappear. People are going to have dependency on Apple products just because these products are on the market. By giving these people a choice to live more freely in the digital realm, they might gain more awareness about digital issues and motivated to mobilize.


Yes, but Apple products shouldn’t be supported endlessly. The long-term goal would be to stop people from buying the newest model every time until (and IF) Apple changes its harmful practices

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