If it wasn't clear already that cares more about money than its users' and , here you have it:

"Only our paid users will have access to end-to-end for their meetings."

Source: blog.zoom.us/wordpress/2020/05

Amid the chaos, I just want to say how awesome Njal.la is.

We would like to help connect #FOSS projects.

If you are an official[^1] FOSS project account with community spirit, or want to suggest one, please @ us :)

The idea is to feature other awesome FOSS projects on our account. /sh

[^1]: Official as in an account that has rel="me"-verified link to your homepage on your account.

We've just started the @moodlenet content sprint after reaching v1.0 beta.

It's so gratifying, after the team's hard work, to see people coming in and immediately knowing what to do, adding high-quality resources!


πŸŽ‰ Time to update: Tor Browser 9.5 is out now.

This Tor Browser release is focused on helping you understand and use onion services.


There is a transformation of onion services to reach out to more services and more people using it! It is starting with the new features in the Tor Browser 9.5 blog.torproject.org/new-releas

Feels good to have just sent my first Freedom of Information Act () request to my home county council ().

I've asked whether is used; if so, how is the data handled/shared, and which locations/services is it used for. I think making such requests is a practice we should all get into.

Next, I want to ask about the video and audio that's captured on every bus I ride...

I'm welcome to other suggestions, especially regarding and use.

We found out that local authorities are now using social media monitoring in areas such as council tax payments, children’s services, benefits and monitoring protests.
Is your data fair game?

Read the full report privacyinternational.org/sites nitter.net/privacyint/status/1

Testing out the new Onion-Location feature in the latest @torproject Browser alpha release.

(Announce to your site's visitors that your site is also available at an onion address.)

Here's a configuration guide you can follow: community.torproject.org/onion

We've come so far, but the first family that kept me safe in Hong Kong is still struggling. If you can help, donations are very welcome. It'll make a world of difference to a mother and her child: t.co/4lNLIa0OGg

i built a tool for quickly scrubbing metadata from images and selectively painting / blurring faces and identifiable features. it runs on a phone or computer directly in the browser, and doesn't send info anywhere:


Tails GitLab is now in production. πŸŽ‰

From now on, you'll be able to register and contribute.

announcement, known issues and useful links to get started:

Tails Gitlab instance:

From our last questionnaire, 52% from 65 people voted for "I like to contribute, but it is to difficult".
We hope this will make it easier at least for some.

Feel always invited to reach out to us, if there's something you believe we should know

What do Amazon, Apple & Google have in common? As well as being massive, powerful & data hungry. They've all been faced with reports that contractors were able to listen to people using their smart voice assistants. They seem to be jumping into health.


Delighted to learn the brilliant UK-based Big Brother Watch has just launched their own podcast. For anyone who doesn't know them, they're one of the main privacy groups in the UK (they feature as one of the 'defenders of digital rights' in my upcoming course) podcast.bigbrotherwatch.org.uk

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