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# The CHATONS Manifesto
## Preambule
## Preamble
Specters haunt our digital lives: the centralization of online services, the insecurity of our personal data, the threats to our freedom of expression and the sharing of information.
Spectres haunt our digital lives: the centralisation of online services, the insecurity of our personal data, the threats to our freedom of expression and the sharing of information.
Spied upon by multinationals and States, the trails citizens leave on the Internet and the information concerning their behaviours are used to commercial ends or to surveil the masses. Whatever may be the justifications for these uses of our data, it is imperative that we preserve spaces of private communication: spaces that will safeguard our freedoms, beginning with one of the most precious of them all, the freedom to communicate without hindrance.
Spied upon by multinationals and States, the trails citizens leave on the Internet and the information concerning their behaviours are used to commercial ends or to surveil the masses. Whatever may be the justifications for these uses of our data, it is imperative that we preserve spaces of private communication: spaces that will safeguard our freedoms, beginning with one of the most precious of them all, the freedom to communicate without compromise.
A small number of economic actors of the Internet have over the years reached monopoly positions that imply a centralization of services. This lack of diversity raises the question of the sovereignty of nations and peoples, as it results in inequalities in access to information, unacceptable censorship, mass gathering of personal data, and selective sorting of information to facilitate the invasion of advertising and marketing.
A small number of economic actors of the Internet have over the years reached monopoly positions that imply a centralisation of services. This lack of diversity raises the question of the sovereignty of nations and peoples, as it results in inequalities in access to information, unacceptable censorship, mass gathering of personal data, and selective sorting of information to facilitate the invasion of advertising and marketing.
Extensions of ourselves, our personal data tell about who we are, our political and sexual orientations, our favorite topics, our dreams and objectives. As they constitute essential elements in the private lives of individuals, access to these informations must be decided by individuals themselves according to their own will and in full knowledge. The respect of privacy is today in grave danger not only in regard to protection against malevolent acts, but also from the political, legislative or economic standpoint.
Extensions of ourselves, our personal data tell about who we are, our political and sexual orientations, our favourite topics, our dreams and objectives. As they constitute essential elements in the private lives of individuals, access to these informations must be decided by individuals themselves according to their own will and in full knowledge. The respect of privacy is today in grave danger not only with regard to protection against malevolent acts, but also from a political, legislative and economic standpoint.
Access to information and the freedom to communicate rely on the assumption that information supports are at all time verifiable and sustainable. In that perspective, the freedoms which define free software are essential corollaries to the freedoms of computer users and citizens. Protecting those freedoms amounts to:
Access to information and communication rely on the assumption that the information carried is verifiable and sustainable at all times. In that perspective, the freedoms held by Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) are an essential corollary to the privacy of users, and by extend citizens. Protecting those freedoms amounts to:
- ensuring the sustainability of information by using free and open formats;
- decentralizing services by multiplying solutions that are accessible, reliable and based on free software;
- decentralising services by multiplying solutions that are accessible, reliable and based on free software;
- allowing everyone to escape abusive legal clauses locking data into computer systems that do not respect privacy;
- informing users of all the risks that threaten our freedoms and allowing them to overcome them.
- informing users of all the risks that threaten our freedoms and allowing people to overcome them.
# 1. The CHATONS, Collectif d’Hébergeurs Alternatifs, Transparents, Ouverts, Neutres et Solidaires
Launched in 2014, the "De-google-ify Internet" project of the French nonprofit Framasoft has demonstrated, in practice, that it was possible to gather the skills and the means required to decentralize the Internet and, by disseminating the appropriate information, help individuals and organizations do it themselves.
Launched in 2014, the "De-google-ify Internet" project of the French non-profit Framasoft has demonstrated, in practice, that it was possible to gather the skills and the means required to decentralise the Internet and, by disseminating the appropriate information, help individuals and organisations do it themselves. Passionate communities have long since demonstrated this through various projects. They promoted both the emergence of new services based on free software and innovation in programming and engineering. Thus appeared a whole network of initiatives, offering users many opportunities to regain control of their data, while preserving their privacy as much as possible. They even contributed in their own way to the emergence of an ever-expanding community of users sharing a vision of freedom and unity, an objective that has always been there in the history of the Internet and hackers since over 40 years.
This experience, other passionate communities had long since demonstrated also through various projects. They promoted both the emergence of new services based on free software and innovation in programming and engineering. Thus appeared a whole network of initiatives which offer users many opportunities to regain control of their data, preserve as much as it is possible their privacy, and even contribute in their own way to the birth of a new world, free and solidaire, an objective that has always been there in the history of the Internet and hackers since over 40 years.
Hosters that adhere to the principles of free software and attach fundamental importance to individual and social freedoms are invited to participate in a collective called CHATONS (Collectif d’Hébergeurs Alternatifs, Transparents, Ouverts, Neutres et Solidaires), or Collective of Alternative, Transparent, Open, Neutral and United Hosters. CHATONS is also a playful acronym translated as "kittens".
It is today proposed to hosters that adhere to the principles of free software and attach fundamental importance to individual and social freedoms to participate in a collective called CHATONS for Collectif d’Hébergeurs Alternatifs, Transparents, Ouverts, Neutres et Solidaires. (CHATONS means KITTENS in French, and the full acronym means Collective of Alternative, Transparent, Open, Neutral and Solidaire Hosters.)
The objective of this collective is to network initiatives of free-software based online services that are offered to users along with of the useful information enabling the public to choose their services according to their needs and with a maximum amount of confidence in the hosters when it comes to their privacy, the absence of advertising and abusive or obscure legal clauses.
The objective of this collective is to bring together initiatives of various hosters using free-software based online services.
The service providers shall display the information enabling the public to choose their services according to their needs. As CHATONS members, hosters do not advertise or monetise user data, nor include abusive or obscure legal clauses, and as such ensure a bond of trust.
# 2. The Commitments
Members of the collective are committed to the respect of the charter of the collective, whose principles are the following.
## 2.1 Transparency, Non-Discrimination and Personal Data
## 2.1 Transparency, Non-Discrimination and Personal Data
Probity is the key word in these commitments, according to several points aiming to ensure the reliability of the services offered and the confidence of users toward them.
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