SecureDrop is available in 21 languages, thanks to volunteer translators. Do you speak a language other than English? We're always looking for additional volunteers. See this overview by our friends at Localization Lab to get started:
SecureDrop 1.3.0 is on the horizon and we need your help updating translations before May 10th!
Help support secure, anonymous whistleblowing: https://wiki.localizationlab.org/index.php/SecureDrop
"If you’re concerned about privacy and want one of the most well-protected browsers available — and don’t mind that it may prevent you from using certain websites — then you should try the Tor Browser." https://www.theverge.com/2020/2/21/21138403/tor-privacy-tools-private-network-browser-settings-security
We're starting another round of translation workflow improvements for websites working with #Weblate: this time the focus is taking the pain out of translating Markdown texts, this builds upon the work on the @fdroidorg website
Clearview scraped billions of photos for its facial recognition app.
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