Open-source network seeks to spark Facebook exodus

05/12/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

An open-source social network called Diaspora* hopes to tap into the backlash against Facebook's privacy policies. Founded by four NYU students, the site will let users retain complete control of their information, which won't be hosted on centralized servers. "So many people think it needs to exist ... We're making it because we want to use it," says one of the site's co-founders.

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