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As of March 2014, there are more than The social network is not owned by any one person or entity, keeping it from being subject to corporate take-overs or advertising.
In September 2011 the developers stated, "..distributed design means no big corporation will ever control Diaspora.
Diaspora* will never sell your social life to advertisers, and you won’t have to conform to someone’s arbitrary rules or look over your shoulder before you speak." Diaspora software development is managed by the Diaspora Foundation, which is part of the Free Software Support Network (FSSN).
The FSSN is in turn run by Eben Moglen and the Software Freedom Law Center.
Each new account is assigned several default aspects – friends, family, work and acquaintances – and the user can add as many custom aspects as they like.
Diaspora users retain ownership of their data and do not assign ownership rights.The software is specifically designed to allow users to download all their images and text that has been uploaded at any time.Each node operates a copy of the Diaspora software acting as a personal web server.Users of the network can host a pod on their own server or create an account on any existing pod of their choice, and from that pod can interact with other users on all other pods.
The FSSN acts as an umbrella organization to Diaspora development and manages Diaspora's branding, finances and legal assets.
The Diaspora social network is constructed of a network of nodes, or pods, hosted by many different individuals and institutions.