nibblegap was born in the head as an idea almost 20 years ago to provide internet support (through website hosting, e-mail accounts, blogs, plus some necessary tools to create these activities and much more) to activists and collectives coming from the world of grassroot and social movements. Our principles are fairly straightforward: the world should not be run on money, but it should be rooted in solidarity, community, mutual help, equal rights and freedoms, and social justice. Easy, isn’t it? We support individuals, collectives, communities, groups and so on whose political and social activities fit within this worldview and who share with us some fundamental principles: anti-fascism, anti-racism, anti-sexism, anti-militarism. And on top of that, one has to share our basic attitude towards money and the capitalistic world: a deep feeling of uneasyness and unrest.

All of our services are provided for free, without any form of control or commoditization of the personal user data. We don’t receive any form of compensation for our work. We are volunteers exploiting the experiences we accumulated over years of technological, political and legal research while doing radical activism, and we are motivated and inspired by the principles of solidarity and self organization.

Our resources live thanks to the donations of the community who uses them. The work the collective does to keep it all running is strictly voluntary. We don’t host commercial projects, that we are sure will find more suitable servers than ours. We don’t host institutions and political parties that should be able to run their own servers with the money they have instead of preying a self-managed and voluntary-run network like ours. Our services are thought and setup to protect the freedom of speech and the privacy of our users: that’s why we do not keep sensitive information about them (ie logs, IPs, IDs, ecc.) nor we do any sort of commercial data mining.

That’s how nibblegap started.

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