"How the code regulates, who the code writers are, and who controls the code writers —these are questions on which any practice of justice must focus in the age of cyberspace. The answers reveal how cyberspace is regulated."

socialtext.net/codev2/regulati

So if you depend on Google's and Microsoft's, Facebook's etc. products you are subject to regulations set by this companies and government controlling them. If you use free software you are subject to regulations set by wide community of people and you, if skilled enough, can change the laws yourself to suit your needs.

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@brombek

This is true, which is why try to use updated within the last tools, however some of the alternatives are too limiting for example I like @Mastodon however isn't nearly as much content or people on here as Facebook or even twitter.

But more importantly is integrations such as being able to post to multiple social networks, including but because there isn't the integrations, people aren't going to use it.

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