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The decentralization movement aims to limit the increasing centralization of the internet and digital resources into a small number of powerful platform companies. In doing so, they hope to promote free expression and resilience.

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Radicle

Radicle is a sovereign peer-to-peer network for code collaboration, built on top of Git.

Radworks

We fund new technologies to cultivate internet freedom.

Drips

A decentralized toolkit for funding your critical software dependencies.

FreedomBox Foundation

FreedomBox is a private server system that empowers regular people to host their own internet services, like a VPN, a personal website, file sharing, encrypted messengers, a VoIP server, a metasearch engine, and much more.

Der Kampf um das Internet

Wie Wikipedia, Mastodon Und Co. Die Tech-giganten Herausfordern. by Stefan Mey

Accelerating Makers

TechSoup project: We aim to increase the number of mission-specific tools that can be effectively used by civil society organizations, starting with DWeb solutions.

Reset

We want to change the way the internet enables the spread of news and information so it serves the public good over corporate and political interests.

The Metagovernance Seminar

The Metagovernance Seminar invites individuals working in online governance to present their work to a community of other researchers and practitioners.

PolicyKit

A tool for building and evolving governance in online communities.

The Metagovernance Project

The Metagovernance Project is an interdisciplinary research collective. We build standards and infrastructure for digital self-governance. Our

Govbase

Govbase is an open, crowdsourced database of projects and tools in online governance.

Digital Infrastructure Incubator

Supporting open source project leaders implementing best practices in sustainability, governance, and community health.

Unfinished

Founded by billionaire Frank McCourt, Unfinished "works to strengthen our civic life in the digital age."

Civic Data Library of Context

A collaborative platform for open metadata built on intersectional and inclusive practices of ethical data governance.

The Open Observatory of Network Interference (OONI)

The Open Observatory of Network Interference (OONI) is a free software project that aims to empower decentralized efforts in increasing transparency of internet censorship around the world. You can run OONI Probe to collect evidence of internet censorship.

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