Consider Social Media

When you share things on social media, you are sharing with the world and the agencies that want to track you.

Alternatively you could use a platform where the data you upload is placed in your server and private only to you. You then have the option of sharing some of your data with the world, and some with particular parties.

It is not the social media provider, but your server that is delivering content. You, and you alone, have the record of who viewed what and when. Your server is not a data collection device for other agencies, but a platform for you to share as you see fit.

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Consider ShofarNexus

Consider an Untraceable Cellphone

Consider Phone Services

Consider Social Media

Consider Self-Issued Credit

Consider Email

Consider Media Services

Consider a Comment Service

Consider a Book

Consider Censorship

Consider Filtering

Consider Hyper-Security

Consider Distributed Communications and Computers

Consider Matryoshka

Consider Private Routing

Consider Invisible Networking

Consider Rootless Domains

Consider a Single Program and Operating System

Consider Public Domain

Consider the Demo Website

Consider being Mentored