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Distributed networks help control yourself online identity in the Internet.
A characteristic feature of them is absence of a central server. Nodes
in the network belong to each of its
participants, and the software runs on your computer
user or a trusted server. The user determines the distribution policy
of its data.
Distributed social networks built on open technologies: Atom,
WebFinder, OpenID/OAuth, Salmon, ActivityStreams and i.e.
Most of developing distributed networks is opensourced and under
development. Some of them is available for usage. For example:
SatausNet . StatusNet is the open source microblogging platform that
helps you share and connect in real-time within your own domain. Yet
another distibuted social network OneSocialWeb dream of a world where
all social networks are connected and work together in a way similar