You Private Social Network

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YourPrivateNet is for all people who are unsatisfied with how social networking giants, namely facebook, are dealing with privacy and the users data on their servers. This project gives users total control over their own personal data and who has access to it.

http://youprivatenet.codeplex.com/

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