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 However, as you might have noticed, this setup does require quite a high and broad technical knowledge to manage, which is quite sad as it makes the whole thing out of the reach of non-technical people. For some parts, the lack of documentation even makes it out of reach of some people that actually have a technical background, though there are some other ways to end up with such a setup that would require less hassle through inexisting doc (such as using Docker to run Collabora Online with, or using nginx or Apache as the HTTPS reverse proxy).
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-Because of all that, waving Google & friends goodbye won't be easy, if not unmanagable, for most people in the state things currently are. But to me the future isn't that dark regarding the rise of privacy-respectful alternatives, since we just saw that the tools themselves exist, and what's left to do is find a way to make them more accessible. And although this blogpost focuses entirely on the file hosting and document editing services, there's still a lot of services to build alternatives to, such as [PeerTube], an amazing decentralised, federated and peer-to-peer alternative to YouTube, which recently ended a very successful [crowdfunding campaign](https://www.kisskissbankbank.com/en/projects/peertube-a-free-and-federated-video-platform) at over 250% of their initial goal.
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+Because of all that, waving Google & friends goodbye won't be easy, if not unmanagable, for most people in the state things currently are. But to me the future isn't that dark regarding the rise of privacy-respectful alternatives, since we just saw that the tools themselves exist, and what's left to do is find a way to make them more accessible. And although this blogpost focuses entirely on the file hosting and document editing services, there's still a lot of services to build alternatives to, such as [PeerTube](https://joinpeertube.org/en/), an amazing decentralised, federated and peer-to-peer alternative to YouTube, which recently ended a very successful [crowdfunding campaign](https://www.kisskissbankbank.com/en/projects/peertube-a-free-and-federated-video-platform) at over 250% of their initial goal.
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 In my opinion, all that show quite a promising future for the Internet, in which anyone would at some point be able to benefit from amazing services without having to make unfair compromises such as delivering all of its personal data just to send a message to some friends. It does require some work, though, but as the French non-profit organisation [Framasoft](https://framasoft.org/) members would say, the journey is long, but the path is free.
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