begipok689 I agree with your approach.
I understand that identifying an individual and his intentions (in this case, the administrator of the instance) is more complex than identifying a company or corporation that openly exposes its aspirations, but in legal terms it will always be more effective to fight and prosecute against one than against a group. There is also the reflection on how far an individual can go in comparison to a company or state regarding the use of your information, and the impact that this could have on us. In essence the debate is about how much we can and are willing to demand from those in whom we will deposit our information and, by allusions, our property, our trust and above all, our freedom.
We live in a world in which, unfortunately, and without fear or grace, we can say that we have spies up to our asses, both from companies and states, so the only thing we can do, those willing to defend their freedom with their lives, is to give the ideological battle against the existing paradigm, discovering to the candids the value of privacy and showing them with facts, truths and ideas that the future of our world can be much brighter than we could ever imagine it today, and complicate the evildoers' lives and attempts to steal our information and jeopardize our privacy in the process.
Anyway, I'm winding up. I'm sorry if I went into detail, but freedom is the value I hold most dear and for which I fight ideologically every day in every moment of my life. I am a revolutionary anarchist hahahah!!!!
If you come up with new ideas or discover more software and tools regarding blogs (apart from the ones mentioned here and in privacytools.io) I will be happy to read and analyze your proposals. Best regards.