Distributed Social Networking Protocol

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Distributed Social Networking Protocol (DSNP) allows everyone to collaborate to create one social network that is decentralized, like email.[1]

It is an open technology that supports private communications in a manner that users of modern social networks have come to expect. The current version of the protocol is 0.6, though the project has been discontinued. The leading author is Adrian Thurston.[2]

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  1. ^ Shukla, Rajesh Kumar; Agrawal, Jitendra; Sharma, Sanjeev; Chaudhari, Narendra S.; Shukla, K. K. (2020-03-21). Social Networking and Computational Intelligence: Proceedings of SCI-2018. Springer Nature. ISBN 978-981-15-2071-6.
  2. ^ Adrian D. Thurston. "DSNP: A Protocol for Personal Identity and Communication on the Web" (PDF). colm.net. Retrieved 2015-02-01.