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home->explain->props->btn
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home->explain->danger->btn Threats
home->explain->danger->title Threats
home->explain->danger->text The increasingly centralized online services provided by sprawling giants like Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, or Microsoft (GAFAM) pose a threat to our digital lives.
home->explain->danger->espionum->title Surveillance
home->explain->danger->espionum->desc These services track us everywhere, while claiming to give us a better “user experience”. But our behaviour is under constant surveillance. This information can be used to display targeted adverts, but the revelations of the Snowden case have also shown that Internet giants have been forced to communicate this data (sometimes extremely private: emails from Gmail, photos shared on Facebook, Skype conversations, smartphone locations, etc.) to government services. <strong>Under the pretense of fighting terrorism</strong>, states are able to gather much more intelligence than a "Big Brother" would ever have dreamed of.
home->explain->danger->espionum->ref https://my.framasoft.org/u/degooglisons/?searchtags=espionnage
home->explain->danger->privatum->title Privacy
home->explain->danger->privatum->desc Our data is an extension of ourselves. It tells third-parties where we are, who we are with, our political and sexual orientations, sites we have visited, our favorite recipes, our favorite topics of interest, and so on.<br /> While a single data point is not always sensitive, the loss of large amounts of aggregated data can be dangerous (for example if you browse topics about cancer before subscribing to a life insurance).<br /> In a world where everything has been digitized (ebooks, TV, phones, music, social networks, etc.), <strong>your private life is an essential part of your individuality</strong>. It would only take a malicious hacker with access to your smartphone a few minutes to cause you serious harm taking control of your identity on Facebook, consulting your professional or medical information, making purchases without your authorisation, etc.).
home->explain->danger->privatum->ref https://my.framasoft.org/u/degooglisons/?searchtags=vie-privee
home->explain->danger->centralisum->title Centralization
home->explain->danger->centralisum->desc Major actors of the Internet have become real giants: Facebook has acquired WhatsApp and Instagram, Google owns Youtube and Waze, Microsoft distributes Skype, etc.<br /> This concentration of actors creates multiple issues: what if Facebook were suddenly shut down? And how could we browse the Web if Google went down? <strong>We rely more and more on services provided by a small group of suppliers.</strong> For example, Apple (iPhone), Google (Android) and Microsoft (Windows Phone) dominate almost the entire mobile OS industry.<br /> Furthermore, the size of these actors impedes innovation: it’s hard to launch a startup that can match up to Apple or Google (the first and second worldwide market capitalisations, respectively).<br /> Finally, The lack of diversity of the giants means they can track many people who are unaware that there may be alternatives, and it can influence the kind of data you receive (a Google search will produce different results for the term “nuclear power” depending on whether Google considers you to be an environmentalist or pro-nuclear power).
home->explain->danger->centralisum->ref https://my.framasoft.org/u/degooglisons/?searchtags=centralisation
home->explain->danger->fermetum->title Termination
home->explain->danger->fermetum->desc Web services used on your computer, smartphone, tablets (and other devices)are usually hosted on the “cloud”: servers spread across the planet, that host not only your data (emails, pictures, files, etc.), but also the application code.<br /> For your data, this raises the issue of sustainability (what would become of your files if Dropbox were to close tomorrow?) and of your ability to switch easily between services (how would you recover your data from Facebook or Picasa and import it, with all the adjoining comments, into another service?). <br /> For applications, this means that <strong>you are completely at the mercy of your service provider</strong> when it comes to proliferation of advertisements, changes to the user interface, etc., and that you have hardly any control over the way an application works. It is a “black box” that can exhibit malicious behaviour (sending spam SMS without your knowledge, executing malicious code, and so on).<br /> In short, these companies trap us in gilded cages: gilded yes, but cages nonetheless!
home->explain->danger->fermetum->ref https://my.framasoft.org/u/degooglisons/?searchtags=fermeture
home->explain->props->btn Our proposals
home->explain->props->title Our proposals
home->explain->props->text Framasoft wishes to face the threats to our digital lives by offering free, ethical, decentralised, and solidarity-based services.
home->explain->props->libre->title Freedom
home->explain->props->libre->text1 The story of the Internet itself is one of free software, and this goes for standards as well as protocols. Its potential and popularity are a cause for envy, and large companies would like nothing better than to control it by imposing closed-source, locked-down, and non-interoperable systems. История Интернета - это история свободного программного обеспечения, это касается и стандартов, и протоколов. Его потенциал и популярность стали причиной для зависти, и единственное чего хотели бы крупные корпорации, это контролировать его, навязывая нам системы с закрытым исходным кодом, закрытые и не совместимые.
home->explain->props->libre->text2 For the Internet to stay true to its founding principles, those which have led to its success, users must be able to choose free software, that is to say, software whose source code remains open and accessible and is covered by a free software license. Чтобы Интернет оставался верным своим основополагающим принципам, которые привели к его успеху, пользователи должны иметь возможность выбирать свободное программное обеспечение, то есть программное обеспечение, исходный код которого остается открытым и доступным и на которое распространяется лицензия на свободное программное обеспечение.
home->explain->props->libre->text3 Framasoft is thus committed to using only software with “free” source code.
home->explain->props->ethic->title Ethics
home->explain->props->ethic->text1 We promote an Internet based on independence and sharing.
home->explain->props->ethic->text2 We oppose the exploitation, surveillance, censorship and appropriation of data in favour of transparency (probity), clear presentation of services’ terms of use and refusing discrimination.
home->explain->props->ethic->text3 Framasoft undertakes not to exploit its users’ data, and to promote a fair and open Web.
home->explain->props->decent->title Decentralization
home->explain->props->decent->text1 Internet intelligence must remain with each individual player on the network, in a spirit of sharing among peers, to avoid creating a Minitel (a pre-Internet videotext terminal and service) version 2.0.
home->explain->props->decent->text2 To ensure equality for all, whether citizens or businesses, not only is it essential to avoid monopolies, but large organizations must be prevented from grabbing personal or public data.
home->explain->props->decent->text3 Using tutorials to explain how to increase the use of free solutions that will allow a fairer Internet, we help to distribute codes and diversify usage.
home->explain->props->decent->text4 Framasoft is thus committed to facilitating self-hosting and interoperability, so that its users don’t get “locked in”.
Key English Russian Actions
home->explain->danger->btn Threats
home->explain->danger->centralisum->desc Major actors of the Internet have become real giants: Facebook has acquired WhatsApp and Instagram, Google owns Youtube and Waze, Microsoft distributes Skype, etc.<br /> This concentration of actors creates multiple issues: what if Facebook were suddenly shut down? And how could we browse the Web if Google went down? <strong>We rely more and more on services provided by a small group of suppliers.</strong> For example, Apple (iPhone), Google (Android) and Microsoft (Windows Phone) dominate almost the entire mobile OS industry.<br /> Furthermore, the size of these actors impedes innovation: it’s hard to launch a startup that can match up to Apple or Google (the first and second worldwide market capitalisations, respectively).<br /> Finally, The lack of diversity of the giants means they can track many people who are unaware that there may be alternatives, and it can influence the kind of data you receive (a Google search will produce different results for the term “nuclear power” depending on whether Google considers you to be an environmentalist or pro-nuclear power).
home->explain->danger->centralisum->ref https://my.framasoft.org/u/degooglisons/?searchtags=centralisation
home->explain->danger->centralisum->title Centralization
home->explain->danger->espionum->desc These services track us everywhere, while claiming to give us a better “user experience”. But our behaviour is under constant surveillance. This information can be used to display targeted adverts, but the revelations of the Snowden case have also shown that Internet giants have been forced to communicate this data (sometimes extremely private: emails from Gmail, photos shared on Facebook, Skype conversations, smartphone locations, etc.) to government services. <strong>Under the pretense of fighting terrorism</strong>, states are able to gather much more intelligence than a "Big Brother" would ever have dreamed of.
home->explain->danger->espionum->ref https://my.framasoft.org/u/degooglisons/?searchtags=espionnage
home->explain->danger->espionum->title Surveillance
home->explain->danger->fermetum->desc Web services used on your computer, smartphone, tablets (and other devices)are usually hosted on the “cloud”: servers spread across the planet, that host not only your data (emails, pictures, files, etc.), but also the application code.<br /> For your data, this raises the issue of sustainability (what would become of your files if Dropbox were to close tomorrow?) and of your ability to switch easily between services (how would you recover your data from Facebook or Picasa and import it, with all the adjoining comments, into another service?). <br /> For applications, this means that <strong>you are completely at the mercy of your service provider</strong> when it comes to proliferation of advertisements, changes to the user interface, etc., and that you have hardly any control over the way an application works. It is a “black box” that can exhibit malicious behaviour (sending spam SMS without your knowledge, executing malicious code, and so on).<br /> In short, these companies trap us in gilded cages: gilded yes, but cages nonetheless!
home->explain->danger->fermetum->ref https://my.framasoft.org/u/degooglisons/?searchtags=fermeture
home->explain->danger->fermetum->title Termination
home->explain->danger->privatum->desc Our data is an extension of ourselves. It tells third-parties where we are, who we are with, our political and sexual orientations, sites we have visited, our favorite recipes, our favorite topics of interest, and so on.<br /> While a single data point is not always sensitive, the loss of large amounts of aggregated data can be dangerous (for example if you browse topics about cancer before subscribing to a life insurance).<br /> In a world where everything has been digitized (ebooks, TV, phones, music, social networks, etc.), <strong>your private life is an essential part of your individuality</strong>. It would only take a malicious hacker with access to your smartphone a few minutes to cause you serious harm taking control of your identity on Facebook, consulting your professional or medical information, making purchases without your authorisation, etc.).
home->explain->danger->privatum->ref https://my.framasoft.org/u/degooglisons/?searchtags=vie-privee
home->explain->danger->privatum->title Privacy
home->explain->danger->text The increasingly centralized online services provided by sprawling giants like Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, or Microsoft (GAFAM) pose a threat to our digital lives.
home->explain->danger->title Threats
home->explain->props->btn Our proposals
home->explain->props->charte->btn Framasoft service charter
home->explain->props->charte->desc You can find online the list of the services we already offer (and those yet to come), together with our charter:
home->explain->props->charte->title Services and Charter
home->explain->props->decent->text1 Internet intelligence must remain with each individual player on the network, in a spirit of sharing among peers, to avoid creating a Minitel (a pre-Internet videotext terminal and service) version 2.0.
home->explain->props->decent->text2 To ensure equality for all, whether citizens or businesses, not only is it essential to avoid monopolies, but large organizations must be prevented from grabbing personal or public data.
home->explain->props->decent->text3 Using tutorials to explain how to increase the use of free solutions that will allow a fairer Internet, we help to distribute codes and diversify usage.
home->explain->props->decent->text4 Framasoft is thus committed to facilitating self-hosting and interoperability, so that its users don’t get “locked in”.
home->explain->props->decent->title Decentralization
home->explain->props->ethic->text1 We promote an Internet based on independence and sharing.
home->explain->props->ethic->text2 We oppose the exploitation, surveillance, censorship and appropriation of data in favour of transparency (probity), clear presentation of services’ terms of use and refusing discrimination.
home->explain->props->ethic->text3 Framasoft undertakes not to exploit its users’ data, and to promote a fair and open Web.
home->explain->props->ethic->title Ethics
home->explain->props->libre->text1 The story of the Internet itself is one of free software, and this goes for standards as well as protocols. Its potential and popularity are a cause for envy, and large companies would like nothing better than to control it by imposing closed-source, locked-down, and non-interoperable systems. История Интернета - это история свободного программного обеспечения, это касается и стандартов, и протоколов. Его потенциал и популярность стали причиной для зависти, и единственное чего хотели бы крупные корпорации, это контролировать его, навязывая нам системы с закрытым исходным кодом, закрытые и не совместимые.
home->explain->props->libre->text2 For the Internet to stay true to its founding principles, those which have led to its success, users must be able to choose free software, that is to say, software whose source code remains open and accessible and is covered by a free software license. Чтобы Интернет оставался верным своим основополагающим принципам, которые привели к его успеху, пользователи должны иметь возможность выбирать свободное программное обеспечение, то есть программное обеспечение, исходный код которого остается открытым и доступным и на которое распространяется лицензия на свободное программное обеспечение.
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home->explain->props->btn
String age
a year ago
Source string age
a year ago
Translation file
src/translations/ru/main.yml, string 105