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Diese Woche veranstaltet @cryptoparty_berlin eine Online-Cryptoparty.
Alle Infos hier:
Lest euch den Text am Besten vorher durch, damit ihr technisch (und sozial) vorbereitet seid.
Alle Termine in Berlin: https://cryptoparty.in/berlin
RT @eff: We hope our new malware handout is helpful for teachers and trainers alike! https://sec.eff.org/materials/malware-handout-english https://twitter.com/mshelton/status/1225581644381224960
Even Amazon employees are starting to revolt. As one employee says, Amazon Ring surveillance doorbells are “not compatible with a free society.” https://www.businessinsider.com/amazon-engineer-says-ring-should-be-shut-down-immediately-2020-1
Twitter needs to stop pressuring users to add their phone numbers to their profiles and stop defaulting to making those phone numbers discoverable. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/02/how-twitters-default-settings-can-leak-your-phone-number
If you are interested in #digitalSecurity & #CyberSafety, then join us in #Abuja on January 29, 2020 at The Glass Room Community Edition – a pop-up exhibition that explores #data, #privacy & our relationship with the #technologies and platforms we use everyday lives.
Watch out for those photo meme apps, they can be a form of nonconsensual #personaldata collection. Identities and locations can be inferred from pics you provide through the use biometric and geometric algorithms. Please don't do this to your family, friends or to yourself.
A recent article on a big tech news site included this phrase:
"[...] Linux phones like the PinePhone, [...]are full of closed-source firmware from non-open components"
We'd like to clear the record: The #PinePhone has two blobs -- neither runs on the main SoC: One loaded to WiFi/BT module, other enclosed within the cell modem. In the modern world of tech, both blobs are unavoidable.
For an overview from someone with deep knowledge of both the PinePhone and Librem 5: https://tuxphones.com/yet-another-librem-5-and-pinephone-linux-smartphone-comparison/
Digital Privacy Salons are skill & knowledge sharing sessions which aim to teach people the basic ways of protecting themselves and their data from intrusive surveillance and unwanted/unwitting information gathering.
Tuesday 11/02/20, 19:00@Level2
As of today, 56 of 77 tickets have been closed. 21 are still in progress. Roughly half of the funds are yet to be allocated.
We’ve been able to fix bugs and complete necessary maintenance on core tor, bridgedb, Snowflake, and Metrics, as well as complete the Tor Browser ESR 68 migration.
Thank you for your support.
Was anyone ever so young? What 10 years of my Instagram data revealed https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2020/jan/16/instagram-my-data-california-privacy-law-request
Request for help about : Tor / Android
PSA: Enigmail will not work with the new Thunderbird beta. They've ripped out the APIs we use in preparation for the upcoming release of TB78. If you need Enigmail, stick with official TB releases.
📗 Exposing the Invisible - The Kit
Take a look a this tool, designed for those who believe in the power of information as evidence but who recognise that working with information does not necessarily lead to immediate results or desired changes
In light of @email@example.com' block buster reporting re: privacy over the break, we'd like to humbly recommend taking time to work through @Info_Activism@twitter.com's Data Detox Kit.
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