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The project reached its funding deadline with $200,641 — not bad, given that its original target was just $10,000.
Diaspora — the brainchild of four New York University students — is a personal web server that lets people store their information and share it with friends.
The software aims to ensure that data you share is only seen by the people you intend, and ownership of that data stays with you.
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