Since the inception of the World Wide Web, data centers and hosting providers have been utilized by developers to build and publish experiences that have changed how each and every one of us experience daily life. Like any technology, the way we have distributed data over the past decade has changed, for reasons ranging from performance and security, to concerns surrounding data control, along with the recent uprising of cancel culture. Lately, hosting providers like Amazon’s AWS, Google Cloud and others have been taking websites and web apps offline that don’t exactly reflect their corporate values. To add to this…


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