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How can we keep the internet open?

I’m sure that many of you are data hoarding for the same reason I do it: safety. You never know when something will get deleted online or go missing.

With that said, how do you think we can keep the internet open and free? I know that I’m in good company here of people *storing* the information, so I was wondering if there was a way to publish it safely as well, and what that would look like.

This is also personally relevant to me, since I’m starting to go full-speed-ahead on my tech career ([my own learning pile](https://raindrop.io/Phileosopher/ts-19543928), for reference), and wanted to hear ideas.

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  1. Off topic but huge props for being a fellow Raindrop.io user

  2. If it’s legal in your country you can always:

    – Publish it onto Freenet. Thanks to design of Freenet you are not traceable, until your files left the traces after you. Like you browsed just some of articles and this list can be quite unique. Access logs are a thing.

    – Publish it on Onion. People will pick what They want and you can do it anonymously. There are ClearnetToTor gateways.

    – Publish it on I2P – when it will leak, it will be everywhere.

    – IPFS – interplanetary file system is publishing everything as you and you’re like duck on firing range

    To be honest, there is no free things. Even when you do volunteer to host something from your residential network, you still need to pay for hardware, maintain software and so on. If something looks free, it means that price is not straight visible or somebody else pays for it. Government does kit have own money, it’s always money from the people. Free services, like a Facebook, uses you as a product.

  3. There was a p2p distributed filesystem that was released a while ago. It chunked, hashed, and then stored dozens to hundreds of copies of the data globally across the network on the nodes. The nodes were just folks like you and me who ran the program and dedicated a part of our storage to it. It had a built in file/web browser too.

    I can’t remember what it was called nor what happened to it, but I remember it being very, very slow. This was 5 years or so ago now though, I suspect with the increase in internet speeds and the decrease in storage pricing, it would fare much better.

  4. >With that said, how do you think we can keep the internet open and free? I know that I’m in good company here of people *storing* the information, so I was wondering if there was a way to publish it safely as well, and what that would look like.
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    >How can we keep the internet open?

    For starters, you can pull corporate cash out of politics…

  5. If you want to go post WW3, buy 27mhz ham radio and local server. use it. low speed radio. but connection possible. intranet conversion from internet. Storage network. etc. dont know if this is the answer you seek.

  6. > if there was a way to publish it safely as well,

    ideally, such method would be similar to bittorrent – distributed, decentralized, without single point of failure that can bring it down.

    bear in mind though, that at least *part* of the content that people are hoarding is illegal. nobody will publish anything that will get them in trouble (at least, thinking people 😉

    another thing to consider is cost of operation. rn if you host something (at a provider) transfer costs money. i would be more than happy to publish my operating systems library for everybody to take from, but paying for outcoming transfer? not really.

    edit:

    look here -> https://redd.it/qjoqxg good example of said problem with publishing.