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Video and Music, two pieces of media almost entirely owned by a few giant companies. And they only allow you to enjoy them if you trade your attention primarily (watch ads), or data, or currency. That in a world where the digitization of media allows us to copy and share them infinitely at almost no cost in terms of resources.

That being said, you can still access these via trade-free interfaces.

For desktop use:

FreeTube - to access Youtube without ads, data collection or limitations.
Nuclear Player - to listen to any song that's out there. Again no ads, no data collection, no bullshit.

For mobile (android):

NewPipe - for a trade-free Youtube
InnerTune - listen to any song you want without trading for it.


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