For watching YouTube videos on my mobile phone I use NewPipe, a free and open-source media player app that is a YouTube client. It is only available in the F-Droid software repository and is therefore only installable on Android devices.
I reckon it’s great.
Here are some good documentaries relating to hacktivist activities and some pretty interesting people.
The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz on YouTube.
The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz on PeerTube.
Deep Web on YouTube.
Deep Web on Internet Archive.
The Hacker Wars on YouTube.
The Hacker Wars on Internet Archive.
Nothing to Hide on PeerTube.
A documentary on the workings and beliefs of the self-described “hacktivist” collective, Anonymous.
A collection of interesting new networks and tech aiming at decentralisation (in some form).
tilde.town is a computer meant for sharing.
tilde.town is an intentional digital community for making art, socializing, and learning. Unlike many online spaces, users interact with tilde.town through a direct connection instead of a web site. This means using a tool called ssh and other text based tools.
This appears to be a bit of fun and it’s a nice website. I haven’t played the game much yet.
Extensive list of free software network services and web applications which can be hosted locally Awesome-Selfhosted
This is a very good read. The people from Signal speak about their frustration with the Australian “Assistance and Access” bill.
Source: Setback in the outback
Related: New Australia data encryption laws
An alternative to Instagram. I’ve never used Instagram but I’m interested in giving PixelFed a try.
This is a list of Nodes/Instances
I’ve created an account on https://pixelfed.social