April’s Redecentralize Digest is out, with in this issue:
• Twitter’s indecency
• Bluesky opens up
• EU Voice & Video on the Fediverse
• A Declaration for the Future of the Internet
• Miscellaneous discoveries
• Notable events coming up

redecentralize.org/redigest/20

For who missed it, the Redecentralize Digest for March, with in this issue:

• EU’s DMA hammered out
• Ethereum 8 years later
• Miscellaneous discoveries
• Notable events coming up

redecentralize.org/redigest/20

The Redecentralize Digest for February, with in this issue:

• Interop remedies
• The EU’s Data Act
• Open Tech Will Save Us, again
• DWeb Camp ahead: save the date
• Miscellaneous discoveries
• Notable events coming up

redecentralize.org/redigest/20

January’s Redecentralize Digest is out, with in this issue:

• FOSDEM happened
• Moxie on Web3
• Paul on individualism & collectivism
• Other tips & updates and events coming up

redecentralize.org/redigest/20

December’s Redecentralize Digest is out, with in this issue:

• Web3, DWeb, Web0…?
• Self-Certifying Web Protocols
• Avoiding Internet Centralization
• Exploring the Decentralized Web
• Other tips & updates and events coming up

redecentralize.org/redigest/20

In October’s Redecentralize Digest:
• What to get right first to protect human rights in ‘Web3’
• DWeb meetup (tomorrow!)
• Other tips & updates and events coming up

redecentralize.org/redigest/20

September’s Redecentralize Digest is out. In this issue:

• Cryptoeconomics as a Limitation on Governance
• Ecological awareness
• Backchannel petnames
• New Public & Unfinished
• Other tips & updates and events coming up

redecentralize.org/redigest/20

August’s Redecentralize Digest is out; a lengthy one. In this issue:

• Human rights are not a bug
• Appeals to prevent the next Google in the EU, and create “full stack” public media in the US
• Apple’s controversial step towards making iPhones police their owners
• Other tips & updates and events coming up

redecentralize.org/redigest/20

A short digest in vacation time: redecentralize.org/redigest/20

After the summer, we would love to grow our pool of contributors, to help cover decentralisation from many angles. If you are into these topics and available for an hour or two each month to share observations and insights with the community, drop us a message to get involved and join our virtual newsroom!

June’s digest, better late than never.

In this issue: Cross-linking accounts • domain seizures • Paul’s pivots • etc.

redecentralize.org/redigest/20

May’s Redecentralize Digest is out, covering:

• DWeb meetup (today!)
• Reimagining the Internet
• Matrix Spaces
• Misc tips & updates and events coming up

Read it here: redecentralize.org/redigest/20

In April’s Redecentralize Digest:

• Decentralisation ⊥ orthogonality?
• Democratic governance of P2P online communities
• I* newsletter
• Owning the means of computation
• Misc tips & updates and events coming up

All here: redecentralize.org/redigest/20

The Redecentralize Digest for March is out: <redecentralize.org/redigest/20>

In this digest:

• The DOTS pattern library
• Decentralisation explained with tomato cans
• Public Spaces coalition
• Compost magazine & Distributed Press
• Misc tips & updates and events coming up

February was short (as usual) but packed, counting two new websites for the decentralisation community:
- The long-awaited DWeb community website launched, along with the “DWeb principles” declaration: getdweb.net
- The DWeb event calendar: dweb.events

These updates, and more, in February’s digest: redecentralize.org/redigest/20

Growing out of the DWeb Summits and DWeb Camp, tomorrow sees the launch of a new DWeb community website, along with a first version of its “DWeb Principles”. Zoom into the launch party at 18:00 UTC; hosted by our friends from the Internet Archive and Jolocom.

twitter.com/GETDWeb/status/136

eventbrite.com/e/dweb-meetup-f

Our digest for January is out, covering:

- Writings on centralisation and/versus democracy
- A decentralised social media ecosystem review
- A new publication, The Reboot
- Brave browser supports IPFS

…and other updates and upcoming events.

redecentralize.org/redigest/20

With all eyes on social media platforms’ influence on democracy, @rysiek gets to the crux: “the question isn’t really about how these platforms should wield their power — **the question is whether these platforms should have such power in the first place.**”

redecentralize.org/blog/2021/0

Happy new month! A good moment to look back at the last month. In December’s digest we cover:

- The EU’s new proposals for regulating ‘gatekeeper’ platforms
- The Remote CCC conference and DWeb meetup
- Technology’s trade-offs discussed in “The Decentralized Web of Hate”
- Misc tips & updates and events coming up

redecentralize.org/redigest/20

November’s digest is out. In this issue: Digital public infrastructure • Radicle • EFF podcast

redecentralize.org/redigest/20

Redecentralize Digest — October 2020

In this issue: Self-soveign identity • OTI event • GDPR vs RTB • etc.

redecentralize.org/redigest/20

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