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"title","url","description","author","masthead","lang","format","date"
"Intervista","https://youtu.be/LFKmRWEqCTk?t=620","video intervista di Natale Ciappina a Tommi","Natale Ciappina","mag zine","it","video","2021-03-12"
title,url,description,author,masthead,lang,format,date
Intervista,https://youtu.be/LFKmRWEqCTk?t=620,video intervista di Natale Ciappina a Tommi,Natale Ciappina,mag zine,it,video,2021-03-12
LeAlternative,https://www.lealternative.net/2021/04/02/quit-social-media/,"articolo dedicato al sito su <a href=""https://lealternative.net"" target=""_blank"" title=""Quit Social Media - LeAlternative"">LeAlternative</a>",skariko,LeAlternative,it,article,2021-04-02

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pages/Links.md

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- Check out the [**Center for Humane Technology**’s website](https://www.humanetech.com "Center for Humane Technology") and its podcast, <cite><a href="https://www.humanetech.com/podcast" rel="noopener noreferrer" target="_blank" title="Your Undivided Attention">Your Undivided Attention</a></cite>.
- [Delete Facebook](https://deletefacebook.com "DeleteFacebook.com") is the main website you want to refer to. Keep in mind that both Instagram and WhatsApp are owned by Facebook.
- [quitfacebook.org](https://quitfacebook.org "Quit Facebook"), a website which is something like this page: a list of links to resources
- [quit.social](https://quit.social), a website to train yourself not to visit social media. Currently [working on merging it with this website](https://github.com/imjasonh/quit.social/issues/4 '“Merging quit.social with quitsocialmedia.club” issue on GitHub').
- [Privacy vs “I have nothing to hide”](https://kevq.uk/privacy-vs-i-have-nothing-to-hide/ 'Privacy vs “I have nothing to hide”'), an article by [Kev Quirk](https://kevq.uk/ 'Kev’s website')
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Go back to [Why > Profilation](/why#profilation "Profilation")
- [How to Destroy Surveillance Capitalism](https://onezero.medium.com/how-to-destroy-surveillance-capitalism-8135e6744d59 "How to Destroy Surveillance Capitalism"), di [Cory Doctorow](https://pluralistic.net "Pluralistic - Cory Doctorow")
- [How to Destroy Surveillance Capitalism](https://onezero.medium.com/how-to-destroy-surveillance-capitalism-8135e6744d59 "How to Destroy Surveillance Capitalism"), by [Cory Doctorow](https://pluralistic.net "Pluralistic - Cory Doctorow")
- [Twenty years of surveillance marketing](https://www.wired.com/beyond-the-beyond/2018/11/twenty-years-surveillance-marketing/ "Twenty years of surveillance marketing"), by [Bruce Sterling](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruce_Sterling "Bruce Sterling on Wikipedia") on [Wired](https://wired.com "Wired")
- [The Cambridge Analytica Story, Explained](https://www.wired.com/amp-stories/cambridge-analytica-explainer/ "The Cambridge Analytica Story, Explained"), by [WIRED]
- [Facebook's role in Brexit — and the threat to democracy](https://www.ted.com/talks/carole_cadwalladr_facebook_s_role_in_brexit_and_the_threat_to_democracy "Facebook's role in Brexit — and the threat to democracy"), a <mark class="red">TED Talk</mark> by [Carole Cadwalladr](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carole_Cadwalladr "Carole Cadwalladr on Wikipedia")
- [How Surveillance Advertising Seized Our Data and Hijacked the Web](https://thereboot.com/how-surveillance-advertising-seized-our-data-and-hijacked-the-web/ "How Surveillance Advertising Seized Our Data and Hijacked the Web") by Matthew Crain on [The Reboot]
- [How Social Media tracking works](https://twitter.com/RobertGReeve/status/1397032784703655938), a Twitter thread by [Robert G. Reeve](https://twitter.com/RobertGReeve 'Robert G. Reeve Twitter profile')
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---
title: Press Kit
permalink: /press
redirect_from: ["/presskit", "/press-kit"]
redirect_from: ["/presskit", "/press-kit", "/press_kit", "/stampa", "/kit-stampa", "/stampa-kit", "/kitstampa", "/mentions", "/appears-on", "/mentioned-in", "/mentioned", "/menzioni"]
ref: press
description: "Articles and publications containing a reference to this website, plus some basic infos for journalists and press interested in publishing something about the website"
toc: false
---
## Press kit
Please [contact tommi via email]({{ "tommi@quitsocialmedia.club" | uri_encode }} "Write Tommi an email") for any question not answered in the [About page](/about "About quitsocialmedia.club").
Please [contact Tommi via email]({{ "tommi@quitsocialmedia.club" | uri_encode }} "Write Tommi an email") for any question not answered in the [About page](/about "About quitsocialmedia.club").
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pages/Solutions.md

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- [What is RSS?](https://yewtu.be/6HNUqDL-pI8?quality=dash&dark_mode=true&player_style=youtube&subtitles=en%2Cit "What is RSS?"), a YouTube <mark class="red">video</mark>
- [What is RSS](https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/what-is-an-rss-feed/ "What is an RSS feed"), an article
- [RSS on Wikipedia](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS "RSS on Wikipedia") (or, even better, [Web feed](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_feed "Web feed on Wikipedia") on Wikipedia)
- [It's Time for an RSS Revival](https://www.wired.com/story/rss-readers-feedly-inoreader-old-reader/ 'It's Time for an RSS Revival'), an article by [Brian Barrett](https://www.wired.com/author/brian-barrett/ 'Brian Barrett author page') on [WIRED](https://wired.com 'WIRED')
- [RSS before Social Media](https://yewtu.be/watch?v=0klgLsSxGsU&quality=dash&dark_mode=true&player_style=youtube&subtitles=en), a very interesting YouTube video to watch: it shows how before the diffusion of Social Media RSS really was the best way to stay updated.
- RSS is fundamental in one field in particular: **podcasting**. Anyone who has a podcast publishes it in one place (a podcasting platform or a website) and all of the other podcasting platforms [get new episodes through its RSS feed](https://yewtu.be/TU5zc-u6dhY?t=159).

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pages/it/Links.md

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## Generale
- [Una vita senza Big Tech](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCg3PzbC9vY 'Una vita senza Big Tech, storie di chi cerca alternative ai giganti del web'), breve <mark class="red">documentario</mark> di [Andrea Lattanzi](https://it.linkedin.com/in/andrealattanzi 'Andrea Lattanzi su Linkedin') su [Repubblica](https://www.repubblica.it/ 'la Repubblica')
- [Un’intervista a Jaron Lanier di *Codice*](https://www.raiplay.it/video/2019/08/Codice-intervista-esclusiva-a-Jaron-Lanier-pioniere-della-realta-virtuale-98a38fd9-6fa9-46d6-9b49-f9deccc7d1c6.html "Intervista a Jaron Lanier - Codice - Rai Play"), su <mark class="red">Rai Play</mark>
- [Uscire dal BigBlue](https://noblogo.org/zainoinspalla/uscire-dal-big-blue 'Uscire dal Big Blue'), un articolo su [noblogo](https://noblogo.org 'noblogo')
- [Perché ho deciso di lasciare Facebook](https://amreolog.duckdns.org/~/SoftwareLiberoEticaDigitale/perch%C3%A9-ho-deciso-di-lasciare-facebook 'Perché ho deciso di lasciare Facebook • Plume'), un articolo di [amreo](https://amreolog.duckdns.org/@/amreo 'amreo’s blog')
Torna alla [home](/it/home "Home")
@ -91,6 +94,8 @@ Torna a [Perché > Data](/perché#data "Data")
Torna a [Perché > Profilazione](/perché#profilazione "Profilazione")
- [Gli algoritmi non sono cose, ma disposizioni di potere che riorganizzano la nostra società](http://www.vita.it/it/interview/2021/01/26/gli-algoritmi-non-sono-cose-ma-disposizioni-di-potere-che-riorganizzan/397/ "Gli algoritmi non sono cose, ma disposizioni di potere che riorganizzano la nostra società"), di Marco Dotti su [Vita](https://www.vita.it)
- [Il ruolo di Facebook nella Brexit e la minaccia alla democrazia](https://peertube.uno/videos/watch/e2875d76-2592-4f58-8f7a-3f749a3c6626?subtitle=it&autoplay=1 "Il ruolo di Facebook nella Brexit e la minaccia alla democrazia di Carole Cadwalladr"), un <mark class="red">TED Talk</mark> di [Carole Cadwalladr](https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carole_Cadwalladr "Carole Cadwalladr su Wikipedia")
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