Born 1990, Daniel Reusche grew up on a diet consisting of literary classics, rock music from the 60s and 70s, message boards and chat rooms. He was learning more from collaboration with people from all over the world, than conventional education could ever teach him. This way, he became interested in improving the internet, the most awesome tool for collaboration since our ancestors left the water. With SecuShare.org he and his fellow project members are trying to build a social networking that platform that empowers its users. The goals are to reduce the dependency on centralised infrastructure and to keep the data where it belongs: the machines of the users.