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  1. Telescope is an open-source app that lets you easily set up your own online community. It's built with Meteor, a real-time Javascript framework, and you can use it to create your own discussion board, social news site (like Hacker News or Reddit), or collaboration space.
    http://telesc.pe
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  2. Check to see if your desired username or vanity url is still available at dozens of popular Social Networking and Social Bookmarking websites. Promote your brand consistently by registering a username that is still available on the majority of the most popular sites. Find the best username with namechk.
    http://namechk.com
    Tags: , , , , by Arthur Lutz (2014-02-11)
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  3. Our mission is to bring the best security and privacy-enhancing services to the market.

    We're starting with VPN, a web proxy, and encrypted online storage, and will be adding hosting and other solutions to help with email, IM, and social networking over time.
    https://www.havenco.com/index.html
    Tags: , , , , , by Arthur Lutz (2013-11-20)
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  4. Be awesome on social media. Easily add great articles, pictures and videos to your Buffer and we automagically share them for you through the day!
    http://bufferapp.com
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  5. This is tutorial is designed for anyone who wants to use Freenet primarily for anonymous and censorship-resistant social networking and truly private email.

    Some of the default settings for a Freenet install are not optimal for this usage and many of the steps are not documented anywhere so this is an attempt to bring all the information into one place.

    Some of the plugins we will be using require more resources than what a typical installation of Freenet needs. You should have at least 2 GiB of memory on the computer you are using.
    http://freesocial.draketo.de/index_en.html
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  6. More and more websites use like-buttons from Facebook, Google+ and Twitter. However, these buttons send information to these social networks even if the user doesn't click them, but even if they are just present on a webpage. This way these networks are able to track which websites users are visiting and are able to build fairly complete browser histories of their users. Because this is neither what a user might expect nor what many website operators that embed like-buttons want, this alternative way of using these social services was developed.
    http://panzi.github.io/SocialSharePrivacy
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    http://p2pfoundation.net/Distributed_Social_Network_Projects
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