I hear that a lot. I think that, as decentralizing technology spreads, we'll run into hurdles related to ISPs and telecoms. These hurdles will even be unique to each user's provider and home country/region.
Figuring out how to solve these problems is a step in the #DecentralizeTheWeb movement. Some solutions may be technical, and some may be political. But we'll have to figure it out together.
I'm an optimist, so I'll keep pushing forward.
-Danny at the FreedomBox Foundation
Yeah. The big problem is that ISPs are free to abuse their customers in America. Technically it's against TOS to run a "server" on my network, which is laughably vague in today's landscape. Seems to me that would only be there so they can boot people who actually use bandwidth. Others have data limits that would essentially be prohibitive
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