I saw these posts:
I understand “The Social Dilemma” has been a popular documentary that might be relevant to software freedom. However, it is available only on Netflix which itself uses Digital Restrictions Management (DRM). Further you are having this discussion only in Instagram (or at least that is the only option given for us to join the program) and that itself uses DRM. You could argue this event is for those who don’t know or don’t care about DRM, but I fundamentally disagree with the approach of having such a discussion about content which cannot be accessed without subjecting ourselves to DRM. At the minimum, FSFTN should have provided an easily accessible alternative to watch the stream. I deleted Facebook and Instagram because of ideological reasons and now you are alienating people like me from being even part of these discussions. There are millions of other groups to do these discussions in Facebook and Instagram. Even if you found some strategic value in putting up this conversation in Instagram, I wonder what really stops us from providing a publicly accessibly free software channel to watch the same content without subjecting ourselves to DRM or compromising our privacy? Who came up with this idea of doing only Instagram feed for this important discussion and why was an alternative not provided for interested people to join the discussion without compromising our privacy or sacrificing software freedom?