As a contribution to our campaign to #TakeBacktheInternet, @snowden has given us three signed cards to include inside copies of #PermanentRecord for our supporters.

Make a donation of $75 or more through 12/28, and you'll be entered to win one of three. blog.torproject.org/thank-you-

Donations are much appreciated but not necessary to enter. Email giving at torproject dot org to enter without donating.
torproject.org/donate/donate-t

I've returned, with my return a new entry on my new webpage "Decard Plat on Technology" has emerged. A basic coverage of choosing the right Firefox branch for you. write.privacytools.io/genereal

Privacy is a fundamental human right. It has no price tag.
Privacy is a fundamental human right. It has no price tag.
Privacy is a fundamental human right. It has no price tag.
Privacy is a fundamental human right. It has no price tag.
Privacy is a fun eff.org/deeplinks/2019/07/know

My new page has been set up, all future entries will be added there from now on.

I've decided to resume writing in my blog, but I will be making some retractions to some entries. You are free to download these entries and host them, but you will need to act fast before they're gone.

I've added the RSS notifications bot for Matrix, new entries should appear soon.

SecureDrop 1.0.0 is out and includes support for v3 onion services plus significant updates to SecureDrop’s web-based Source Interface and Journalist/Admin Interface.
securedrop.org/news/securedrop
.onion: secrdrop5wyphb5x.onion/news/se

If anyone would like more details on why I'm choosing to no longer participate with Privacytoolsio may contact me at worldwidewebwizard@disroot.org

Something to mention, I'm leaving privacytoolsio, I will still be using the services provided by them, but with the way current development is. I really can't continue on. I will still be managing the rooms I have created in Matrix.

Three new iPhones are being released today -- and you shouldn't buy any of them! From the glass exterior down to its guts, the new iPhone is just another freedom-restricting trap for unsuspecting users. https://u.fsf.org/2ba https://status.fsf.org/attachment/1370046

Thank goodness for source package releases. Otherwise I would be stuck using an older version of GnuPG, until a new release of my GNU/Linux distribution arrives.

No laptop should have an expiration date. For the sake of your freedom and to guard against needless electronic waste, avoid Google Chromebooks: https://u.fsf.org/2wb
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