If you love freedom, if you think the human condition is dignified by privacy, by the right to be left alone, by the right to explore your weird ideas provided you don’t hurt others, then you have common cause with the kids whose web-browsers and cell phones are being used to lock them up and follow them around.
If you believe that the answer to bad speech is more speech – not censorship – then you have a dog in the fight.
If you believe in a society of laws, a land where our rulers have to tell us the rules, and have to follow them too, then you’re part of the same struggle that kids fight when they argue for the right to live under the same Bill of Rights that adults have.
Researchers at Tufts University found America was ready to move to a remote work experience, but not ready enough. Source: 54 Percent of Americans Want to Work Remote Regularly After Coronavirus Pandemic Ends, New Poll Shows As someone, who has finally got my first taste of remote work – this seems a bit low to […]
This is good step in the right direction, even if only half baked. It would be better if their solution was E2E encrypted, like Protonmail provides. As already mentioned, ProtonMail (which Cambridge Analytica’s former CEO Alexander Nix claimed his company used to keep emails secret) offers self-destructing email complete with end-to-end encryption when emails are sent […]
We petition the Obama Administration to: Publicly affirm your support for strong encryption. Reject any law, policy, or mandate that would undermine our security. The government should not erode the security of our devices or applications, pressure companies to keep and allow government access to our data, mandate implementation of vulnerabilities or backdoors into products, […]