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hpr3085 :: Architectures of Robust Openness

A look at how to secure social networks against attack while still being open to strangers.

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Tags: social media, alternative, Fediverse, ActivityPub, Security, OCaps.
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Part of the series: Social Media

Looking at aspects of Social Media - platforms, histories, popularity, philosophies, etc.

Social networks can be attacked by people who want to cause abuse and disruption, and one way to deal with that is to lock down the membership. But that goes against the idea of social, which should include being open to welcoming strangers. Mark Miller presents an analysis of how you can be both secure and welcoming which focuses on Object Capabilities. https://www.zwilnik.com/?page_id=1107


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