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Unthink Rages Against the Facebook Machine

October 28, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

The creators of a new social network are challenging users to ditch Facebook and other networks to “unthink” and de-clutter with their new, completely user-controlled and private network.

Unthink.com, launched Tuesday in beta, hopes to capitalize on growing discontent among social network users for support. 

The site displays various videos outlining its manifestos and the reasoning behind Unthink. One tells the site’s creation story, wherein Unthink founder Natasha Dedis read Facebook’s terms of service after her young son came to her asking to join, and she decided Mark Zuckerberg’s network exploited privacy for profit. She set off to create an alternative social network where the user was in complete control.Read more…

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