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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 out one of the instances at nitter.net

@fsf i use it from time2time but #mastodon/ #fediverse is much more enjoyable.

there is also #invidius as user data respecting fe for youtube.

i'd like to see people use this services more frequently when pasting links to twitter and youtube on mastodon.

@len @fsf
Check out Farside
farside.link/
github.com/benbusby/farside
It redirects visitor to a working instance of specified (or automatically determined) frontend.
One of the issues it solves is that links stay alive much longer due to it not relying on a single instance.

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