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De-googl-ify Internet is a campaign that lasted three years (Oct. 2014 - Oct. 2017), but which is part of a more general Framasoft journey.
Browse through the fresco below to discover the key dates (full screen available here).

Visuals for the de-google-ify campain

The visuals below are under free license, the credits are specified under each tab.
These visuals are in large size (contrary to appearances). However, if you need a higher resolution, feel free to contact us.

Maps credits: Simon « Gee » Giraudot, freely reusable under license Creative Commons By-SA 4.0

Map “Before”

Map of France invaded by GAFAM services (Oct 2014)

Map “After”

Map of France with Framasoft’s alternatives (Oct 2016)

Animated map

Animation: the recapture of GAFAM services (in .gif format)

Press Release

The “De-google-ify Internet” campaign already received a lot of attention during the first year. Here are some extracts from our Press release.

Date Media Links
2/26/2017 Konrad Lishka Link to the article
10/17/2016 Worldcrunch Link to the article
8/24/2016 Opensource.com Link to the article

Framasoft in a few links…

Framasoft is a freely available public education network which aims to promote and spread free software and free culture.

As a link between the world of free software and the general public, our association offers many projects (directory software, a publisher, a websearch engine, etc.), with three main goals: Free Software, Free Culture, and Free Services.

The logo is a realization of JosephK under license Creative Commons By-SA 4.0

Campaign began on 07/10/2014
Last modification on the 01/06/2021