The Auth0 service is a multi-vendor OAuth provider. It has around 60 different social login providers.
So the user hits "Sign In With Twitter1", gives Twitter their username, password, blood sample, and 2FA token. Twitter gives OpenBenches an authentication token with read only access.
A web extension that redirects YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, and other requests to alternative privacy friendly frontends and backends:
- YouTube => Invidious, Piped, Piped-Material, CloudTube FreeTube, Yattee
- Twitter => Nitter
- Instagram => Bibliogram
- TikTok => ProxiTok
- Reddit => Libreddit, Teddit
- Imgur => Rimgo
- Wikipedia => Wikiless
- YouTube Music => Beatbump, Hyperpipe
- Medium => Scribe
- Quora => Quetre
- Reuters => Neuters
- Peertube => SimpleerTube
- LBRY/Odysee => Librarian, LBRY Desktop
- IMDb => libremdb
- Search => SearXNG, SearX, LibreX, Whoogle
- Translate => SimplyTranslate, LingvaTranslate, LibreTranslate
- Maps => OpenStreetMap
- Send Files => Send
Nitter is a free and open source alternative Twitter front-end focused on privacy and performance. The source is available on GitHub at https://github.com/zedeus/nitter
- All requests go through the backend, client never talks to Twitter
- Uses Twitter's unofficial API (no rate limits or developer account required)
- Lightweight (for @nim_lang, 60KB vs 784KB from twitter.com)
- RSS feeds
- Mobile support (responsive design)
- AGPLv3 licensed, no proprietary instances permitted
Nitter's GitHub wiki contains instances and browser extensions maintained by the community.
I got used to a certain level of noise in my life, to a point where I didn’t notice it anymore. Once it was gone, it became so evident I felt relieved.
Quitting social media has been a good decision for me. I’m more focused, less anxious and have more free time.