MonkeyBrain It's simple: Because there is no point in listing and recommending in our forum software dedicated to privacy, if nobody knows neither the forum, nor the software. Therefore, in addition to listing and recommending software, we want to reach the general public our work, and that public can only be found in a moderately accessible way in large social networks like facebook, instagram and twitter among others. We understand that the use of such social networks may pose a risk to our privacy, but (at least for my part) I think it is worth taking that risk in favor of promoting a more private digital life. I must also point out that (I insist, at least for my part) I try to avoid risks while using social networks in order not to give away more information than I personally wish to offer, and I think that worrying about your privacy is not so much about whether you use x or y software, but about how much information about you you wish to offer or hide wherever you move on the internet. I don't think that using social networks and worrying about your privacy are opposing conditions, you simply have to be aware of where you go, the information you want and are willing to offer, and the conditions you must and are willing to accept. In essence, privacy is freedom, since it is the possibility to choose what to do and where your information and data go. I hope I have provided an adequate answer to your question.