Saying that #privacy is evil because some people use it to commit crimes and then hide is like saying kitchen knives should be verboten.
Quand on vit dit que #FB c'est D A N G E R E U X ! http://www.numerama.com/tech/270486-facebook-songe-a-lire-vos-emotions-pour-personnaliser-votre-fil-dactualite.html #FesseBouc #Privacy #Surveillance
The #US is slowly submitting to the #EU's 2018 #privacy #law https://venturebeat.com/2017/06/24/us-slowly-submitting-to-2018-eu-privacy-law/
Après les SMS, le plan de Silence pour décentraliser les messageries chiffrées https://www.nextinpact.com/news/104003-apres-sms-plan-silence-pour-decentraliser-messageries-chiffrees.htm #chiffrement #smartphone #privacy
First they exploited #copyright for #censorship
Latest trend: exploiting #privacy (in age of none) for censorship
Here's a prime example of Google's invasion of privacy:
Family vacation coming up and I'm emailed the details as an attached Word document. Nothing in the email itself or anywhere else.
Google take it upon themselves without my permission to not only add the vacation to my calendar, but also the hotel I'm staying at and with whom.
All this done automatically by way of scanning personal communication.
Is it 'convenient'? Perhaps, but consider the implications.
Millennials are the most likely generation of Americans to use public libraries http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2017/06/21/millennials-are-the-most-likely-generation-of-americans-to-use-public-libraries/ can almost assure #privacy
So, just think about WHO is interested in spreading fake warnings about their alleged weaknesses, without the slightest evidence, just trying to incite people to use less secure tools instead.
"Trust me, I'm an expert" is definitely NOT an evidence.
In the #uk #privacy is increasingly treated like a crime, even though it's used to expose crime. https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20170620/12495137634/uk-law-enforcement-telling-citizens-to-see-something-say-something-about-dark-web-use.shtml
Purism's laptops are getting more and more popular and that's good news!
They build laptops with Linux installed and privacy in mind.
They also designed a tablet pc "Transformer" with Linux.
A good initiative to support!
"Purism’s Security Focused Librem Laptops Go Mainstream as General Availability Begins"
#microsoft does not battle for #privacy but only wants to pretend for PR (stunt) https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2017/06/supreme-court-asked-to-decide-if-us-has-right-to-data-on-foreign-servers/