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Privacy Protects Bothersome People

We need to support privacy, not for those of us who have "nothing to hide", but for bothersome people like investigative journalists and activists, without which our democracy would crumble

25 July 2013

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Our Responsibility to Defeat Mass Surveillance

with Erik Dörnenburg

Software professionals should take responsibility for how our software affects society. One of the primary concerns at the moment is privacy, which is being undermined by mass surveillance. Email is currently problematic because the movement of email to services has led to a concentration of email provision that makes it easier to monitor. We need to improve privacy by working to widen the use of encryption for email, so that the cost of mass surveillance becomes prohibitive. The challenge for this is primarily a challenge of user-experience and software packaging, not something that requires great understanding of cryptography.

8 October 2014

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Datensparsamkeit

Datensparsamkeit is a German word that's difficult to translate properly into English. It's an attitude to how we capture and store data, saying that we should only handle data that we really need.

12 December 2013

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Tor for Technologists

by Ola Bini

A summary of how Tor works and how you can use it. It also covers The Tor Browser Bundle, Hidden Services, Tails and looks at some of the controversies around Tor.

15 June 2015

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Privacy on the internet

with Erik Dörnenburg , Ola Bini, and Tim Bray.

At goto Aarhus 2014, the keynotes by myself, Erik Dörnenburg, and Tim Bray spent a good bit of time considering the issue of privacy on the internet. Afterwards Ola Bini got together with us to discuss this issue, the current state of affairs, and what we developers should be doing about it.

5 December 2014

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