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[[./images/freedom.png]][fn:1]
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With the right technology the internet can be a space for free expression, exploration, cooperation, learning and fun. A place to connect with others are share experiences. It doesn't have to be a gloomy surveillance prison owned and run by a diabolical synthesis of money-grabbing megacorporations and prurient government spooks. Freedombone is designed to help you surmount the contemporary digital privacy conundrums and to increase your online autonomy. It's a self-hosted home server configuration which can be installed onto any computer capable of running [[https://www.debian.org/][Debian]], so if you have an old laptop or netbook which you can leave turned on then you can use Freedombone to provide your own internet services, such as blogging, wiki, email, chat and social networking and have independence from the well known internet companies.
This is personal or family scale computing, which can then federate to global proportions. We need /community controlled/ information systems and to achieve that they must be inexpensive and simple to install and maintain. This is the opposite of the current dominant paradigm of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZmGGAbHqa0][titanic server warehouses]] owned by a tiny number of individuals and it's what is sometimes refered to as [[http://mediagoblin.org/news/userops.html]["userops"]] - i.e. a user being able to do what traditionally only a professional systems administrator would be able to.
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With a system installed in your home you also have greater legal protection against unwarranted searches. In general as soon as you put your information onto systems which you don't own then you no longer have the same property rights over it, together with "/no reasonable expectation of privacy/". We all know that's a nonsense, and so maybe we should do something about it.
This is personal or family scale computing, which can then federate to global proportions. We need /community controlled/ information systems and to achieve that they must be inexpensive and simple to install and maintain. This is the opposite of the current dominant paradigm of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZmGGAbHqa0][titanic server warehouses]] owned by a tiny number of individuals and it's what is sometimes refered to as [[http://mediagoblin.org/news/userops.html]["userops"]] - i.e. a user being able to do what traditionally only a professional systems administrator would be able to.
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| [[./variants.html][Variants]] | [[./installation.html][Installation]] | [[./usage.html][How to use it]] | [[file:backups.html][Backups]] | [[./code.html][Code]] | [[./related.html][Related Projects]] | [[file:faq.html][FAQ]] | [[file:support.html][Contact/Support]] | [[https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0-standalone.html][License]] |
With a system installed in your home you also have greater legal protection against unwarranted searches. In general as soon as you put your information onto systems which you don't own then you no longer have the same property rights over it, together with "/no reasonable expectation of privacy/". We all know that's a nonsense, and so maybe we should do something about it.[fn:2]
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"With the increasing move of our computing to cloud infrastructures, we give up the control of our computing to the managers of those infrastructures. Our terminals (laptops, desktops) might now be running entirely on Free Software, but this is increasingly irrelevant given that most of what actually matters gets executed on a remote closed system that we don’t control. The Free Software community needs to work to help users keep the control of all their computing, by developing suitable alternatives and facilitating their deployment." -- Lucas Nussbaum
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An emphasis of the Freedombone project is the protection of private communications from indiscriminate mass surveillance, otherwise known as "/bulk intercept/" or "/warrantless wiretapping/". With only a few exceptions data entering and leaving the system is encrypted using settings recommended by [[https://bettercrypto.org][bettercrypto.org]]. Stored emails are encrypted such that only someone knowing your GPG password can read them and a GPG key is created automatically if you don't already have one. The system is firewalled with only the necessary ports being opened. Exclusively [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_software][free software]] is used so that all of it can potentially be security audited and proprietary repositories are disabled by default. There are still numerous security problems with the internet in general and software always contains bugs, but a best attempt has been made to ensure that the Freedombone is at least more secure than average. A limitation is that this system will not protect you from metadata analysis, although it is hoped that new types of email system may be able to do that in future.
[fn:1] Title photo by [[https://twitter.com/GrungyBerns][@GrungyBerns]]
[fn:2] Icons by [[https://www.iconfinder.com/tmthymllr][Timothy Miller]] Creative Commons (Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported)

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With the right technology the internet can be a space for free expression, exploration, cooperation, learning and fun. A place to connect with others are share experiences. It doesn't have to be a gloomy surveillance prison owned and run by a diabolical synthesis of money-grabbing megacorporations and prurient government spooks. Freedombone is designed to help you surmount the contemporary digital privacy conundrums and to increase your online autonomy. It's a self-hosted home server configuration which can be installed onto any computer capable of running <a href="https://www.debian.org/">Debian</a>, so if you have an old laptop or netbook which you can leave turned on then you can use Freedombone to provide your own internet services, such as blogging, wiki, email, chat and social networking and have independence from the well known internet companies.
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This is personal or family scale computing, which can then federate to global proportions. We need <i>community controlled</i> information systems and to achieve that they must be inexpensive and simple to install and maintain. This is the opposite of the current dominant paradigm of <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZmGGAbHqa0">titanic server warehouses</a> owned by a tiny number of individuals and it's what is sometimes refered to as <a href="http://mediagoblin.org/news/userops.html">"userops"</a> - i.e. a user being able to do what traditionally only a professional systems administrator would be able to.
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With a system installed in your home you also have greater legal protection against unwarranted searches. In general as soon as you put your information onto systems which you don't own then you no longer have the same property rights over it, together with "<i>no reasonable expectation of privacy</i>". We all know that's a nonsense, and so maybe we should do something about it.
With a system installed in your home you also have greater legal protection against unwarranted searches. In general as soon as you put your information onto systems which you don't own then you no longer have the same property rights over it, together with "<i>no reasonable expectation of privacy</i>". We all know that's a nonsense, and so maybe we should do something about it.<sup><a id="fnr.2" class="footref" href="#fn.2">2</a></sup>
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"With the increasing move of our computing to cloud infrastructures, we give up the control of our computing to the managers of those infrastructures. Our terminals (laptops, desktops) might now be running entirely on Free Software, but this is increasingly irrelevant given that most of what actually matters gets executed on a remote closed system that we don’t control. The Free Software community needs to work to help users keep the control of all their computing, by developing suitable alternatives and facilitating their deployment." &#x2013; Lucas Nussbaum
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Title photo by <a href="https://twitter.com/GrungyBerns">@GrungyBerns</a>
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<div class="footdef"><sup><a id="fn.2" class="footnum" href="#fnr.2">2</a></sup> <p class="footpara">
Icons by <a href="https://www.iconfinder.com/tmthymllr">Timothy Miller</a> Creative Commons (Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported)
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