Authority also has become a 'corporate thing' a corporation buying itself into authoroty and lawfully a corporation gets a kind of human right eventhough it aint human.
When a corporation goes out of business that corporation has more rights then the humans that work for that corporation, the corporation will not go hungry, but the humans might starve to death. While the owner of that corporation just takes a run for it and starts a new business the very next day, buying himself into a new authoritative role. This real world backwardsness is embedded in all the decentralized things as hosting is a corporate business..
Now i'm not sure what it is that i'm saying here. I only see a bit of a mess on top of another mess. And on top of all of that a new corporate mind will take a seat and assume a authoritative role. And people will flock to it. And nothing really changes.
It should be possible to remove the corporate variable from this equation and still make it work, truly decentralized, but then also the account system should be removed.
By removing the account, password and ID this would provide a new kind of online privacy.
for this, personal data should only exist on a personal computer , not in a online data storage. then that personal computer becomes the 'account alternative' this way privacy lives at home (but can be backed up and scattered over an online filesystem in encrypted files)
I think @shepz1 should have a look at this brainwave. :-)
Still public discussions could be held buy using the personal computer as the account that generates posts into a blockchain without the need of having a domain name as such. This could be done in a TOR like fashion. This way everything is encrypted, and even the domain name system gets decentralized.
I'm slightly drifting off-topic. But thanks for triggering these brainwaves. :-)
Maybe @palikari123 also could have a look at this.
In a way i would like to write an article about this or see several people write articles about this that lock horrns and look at it from different diciplines.
bus also if this can withstand a crisis like the one in Venezuela
I mean, modern cars fail yet old barrels that where build in the 80's are able to kept running. Technology has failed big time from that perspective.
How to make things simple / reliable yet advanced enough for todays needs.