Freedom of speech is limited to a greater or lesser extent to over half Earth's population. The Internet has helped to spread the rights of a great part of the world's populations, but the truth is that a server can be disconnected at any moment and traffic can be controlled by whoever governs. Aether has been developed with the idea in mind that only democracy and a just application of the law can take place in a free society.
Inspired on P2P
Aether's functioning is based on the peer-to-peer protocol and on file exchange applications such as BitTorrent, but unlike these applications, Aether doesn't distribute files or cut the connection after the reception of the latter. Instead, Aether maintains the connection between users to create online discussion rooms without the intermediation of servers.
Discussion forums driven by users, not servers.
How Aether works is quite simple. A user disseminates a message to all other users that connect to him/her. When these users vote that information positively, they start sharing out the same text, so that that message starts spreading naturally.
The content is the most important part of the message
Aether is anonymous and encrypted and, in fact, to guarantee a greater democratization in the dissemination of the message, usernames are not unique, so nobody stands out from the rest and the moderation of the contents is only carried out by means of the voting system.
Give your opinion on the Internet without restrictions or censorship with Aether.