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This open source private server is as easy to use as a smartphone and can ease your privacy concerns

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Recently, while visiting Swecha, a non-profit in Hyderabad that is bringing social change with free and open source software and is part of the Free Software Movement of India, I came to know about FreedomBox. Maintained by the non-profit FreedomBox Foundation that runs on donations, the FreedomBox is a revolution in itself. This project's flagship product, costing just US$100, uses various open hardware components, runs on free operating system Debian OS and works as a secure personal server for distributed social networking, email and audio-visual communications.

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