Not sure if I ever made a thread here before about /volknet/, but I thought it was relevant.
It takes a different approach to Internet privacy than just strictly a technological one, or of building yet another darknet.
The Internet in general would be more anonymous & private if we all just started using the darknet en masse. But of course we don't. All the most popular websites are on the clearnet, so that's where everyone goes. And because that's where most everyone goes, that's where web developers and content creators focus their efforts. They go where the traffic is rather than producing quality content for the darknet. So…places like i2p and onionland have a kind of self-fulfilling isolation to them.
No content, no traffic. No traffic, no content. And most of the general population just keeps on using the regular, insecure Internet.
/volknet/ is a proposal on how to get out of this bind and to jump-start a migration to the darknet.
We don't need to try and convince bloggers, artists, vloggers, etc to set up a presence on i2p or freenet or any other place. Instead, we just don't give them a choice.
If you happen to have a favorite website, blog, wiki, whatever, just outright scrape the content from these websites and then clone them onto the darknet yourself. It doesn't even need to be a full website, it could be the works of your favorite Deviant Artists, or the channels of your favorite Youtube personalities.
Quality content creators are hard to come by, but ANYONE can copy and pirate and rip stuff. Anons are always posting stuff they found on the Internet anyway, so why not take it a step further and build something with it? Then you wouldn't need to leave i2p in order to visit your favorite blog or news website. Just go and visit the cloned eepsite.
And if the content creators don't like it, well TUFF! If someone cloned their website, the only thing they can do about it is set up their own "legitimate" version of their website on Post too long. Click here to view the full text.