Hello! Welcome to the privacy community c/privatelife which will serve to advocate privacy, security and freedom in an concise manner, free of prejudice bias, free of politics, free of cultist thoughts.

All discussion is allowed freely, however common sense is appreciated when discussing sensitive topic like this. Follow the simple rules in sidebar.

Happy posting and discussing.

@AccessViolation_
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It’s so awesome to see a Reddit community expanding to Lemmy! This platform keeps growing every day.

@TheAnonymouseJoker
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This community is an extension of my privacy subreddit that is aimed to annihilate the Apple/Google/Brave and other cult shilling that is allowed to flourish on the mainstream privacy subreddits. I will handle it from here, folks. We must stick together to beat the shills.

@TheMainOne
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@TheAnonymouseJoker
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Are you the skely person? I am interested in helping a platform that helps break the forum monopoly of cesspool that is reddit.

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@TheAnonymouseJoker
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It is alright. You cannot advertise free work like a shill would.

“Destroying” is not a correct terminology. It only creates enemies and cults. Do not shoot the messenger.

Be factual and people will get attracted to you for speaking the truth and advocating true privacy and freedom. Ideals are universal truths. They are our greatest weapons.

@TheMainOne
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@TheAnonymouseJoker
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The big problem of privacy and FOSS communities is closed source cult brigading them, and no steps taken by community or moderators to punish them. This becomes easier to do on a platform like Reddit where half audience is from US, another 30% is from Western Europe (US friends) and the rest is rest of the Eastern world.

@nutomic
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I’m definitely not a fan of proprietary software, so this should be better than Reddit at the very least :)

privatelife - privacy, security, freedom advocacy
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    This community is meant to advocate privacy, security and freedom in an concise manner, free of prejudice bias, free of politics, free of cultist thoughts.

    Arguing that you don’t care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don’t care about free speech because you have nothing to say. - Edward Snowden

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    READ THE RULES

    1. Opinions are welcome, facts more so. Attack arguments, not people. Hating, baiting, trolling, flaming will be dealt with strictly.

    2. Discuss closed source software with caution. Advocating for it strongly (cult brigading) can be treated as violation of this rule.

    3. Editing titles of article links is strictly prohibited, unless and until the summarisation remains accurate to the context of the article or paper. Such link post will be removed without questioning.

    4. Targeting of any country, person or nation is strictly prohibited without valid reasoning. Evidence if not presented against the specific company/corporation/individual will be treated as personal attack and/or hate speech. This will result in a warning, then ban system.

    5. NO PERMA BANS! Ban system will work as follows:

    1 day --> 3 day --> 1 week --> 2 weeks --> 3 weeks --> 1 month --> 3 months --> 6 months

    Severity of the ban system will be dealt with based on degree of violation and circumstances.

    1. NO FACT-LESS EVIDENCES, NO FALSE RHETORIC Evidence has to be credible. The onus of this lies on the claimant. The same applies on the user who questions proven evidence. Violation of this rule will be dealt with strictly.

    2. Copycat posts serve to litter the community, increasing quantity and decreasing quality of posts. As such, posts will be removed. Repeated attempts will receive warning.

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