@prologic (#saz2moa) Hi James, I caught up with some of your blog posts and discussions on github. Maybe you’re right, and we shouldn’t have the misconception of privacy on any of these platforms. Even if closed to non-users, one hack or one unblocked user with access can archive everything. Still, with the simplicity of retrieving the archive of users twts, even if a pod owner claims not to track users, it unfortunately doesn’t stop someone else from doing so.

So a pod owner can turn off open registrations and open profiles. I’m feeling dumb but what does disabling open profiles mean for users?