Wow, @njal_la automatically detecting your PGP key to encrypt emails is the sweetest thing I've seen this week! More providers should do this, especially for sensitive emails. https://t.co/mUbuJssxga
a great way to end a stressful week... empower yourself with tech! 🤓 @freedomboxfndnh @freedomboxfndn
Connaissez-vous #Cryptpad ?
C'est un logiciel type etherpad mais avec des fonctionnalités plus avancées et bien plus complet (sondage, tableau blanc, code, présentation, kanban...) !
Ils ont lancé un financement participatif pour inclure de nouveaux outils sympas :
Et bien sûr Open-Source et Made in France !
Also, while Apple is denying the Bloomberg reporting — here is the explanation for why they cut ties abruptly with SuperMicro. Notice it’s dodgy as hell. https://www.macrumors.com/2017/02/23/apple-ends-relationship-with-super-micro/ ht @mik235
We might have invited folks from the Exodus app to MozFest to *cough* stir things up a bit. 😜
They're also taking part in our Open Leaders mentorship program.
Learning is a two-way street. At a minimum.
We just been informed that our Privacy & Security space has been allocated:
Level 9 of Ravensbourne University
This is great news! It's the top floor. It has coffee. Being the top floor of a very open plan building it does stay quite warm.
Also many folks grab the lift, to start at the top and walk down the stairs, as they explore the event.
#MozFest schedule goes live October 8
@alcinnz @baldur …the term Differential Privacy refers to a property of the way data can be transformed in aggregate. An individual submission isn't differentially private, which is why in my blog post I used Multi-Party Computation to get a larger anonymity group first. Most papers in this field assume you have a large non-anonymous database and you need to allow people to query that data without violating privacy. But see also the older https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Randomized_response method.
a discussion about classroom surveillance in the NHv Indy: https://www.newhavenindependent.org/index.php/archives/entry/ai1/
"device enrollment programs" gang aft agley:
Ask Noah Show | Episode 87: "This Is How You Should Store Your Data".
This week on the interactive premium Linux podcast: live calls drove the show and that’s the show they set out to do!
Talk about storage, LVM, hard disk configuration, SteamOS, troubleshoot an OBS box.
livestream starts in approx. 1 hour (12:00 ET): https://yalelaw.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=9351f9f9-8103-470f-a946-a96600c9cfa9
"Freedom of Expression in an Age of Surveillance". Jack Balkin, Jennifer Granick, Neil Richards https://law.yale.edu/yls-today/yale-law-school-events/freedom-expression-age-surveillance-jack-balkin-jennifer-granick-neil-richards?date=2018-09-26T12%3A00%3A00-04%3A00
"I thought about replacing Google Analytics with Matomo, but I came to the same conclusion that it didn’t provide anything I need in order to run Feedbin. Better to not collect that data at all." #privacy https://feedbin.com/blog/2018/09/11/private-by-default/
Check out this event hosted by @privacylab next week.
They'll be using #FreedomBox to explore "hidden services" for chat and filesharing.
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