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is an AGPLv3 licensed frontend with all the features of the default site -- but more importantly -- it returns all of the freedom that Twitter's nonfree JavaScript takes away from you. Try it out! nitter.net

@fsf no, it doesn't have "all the features" (you can't view a space). Please check before making false promises.

@fsf Nitter is both faster and more (mobile) responsive than Twitter's proprietary frontend. It's incredible to see the things you can do without Javascript.
I hope Nitter can coexist without Twitter disabling vital features of the unofficial Twitter API that Nitter uses.
It's incredible what we can do with Nitter, and I hope Twitter has the heart to overlook, or embrace, its existence.

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