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"Friends don’t let friends get spied on.' – Richard Stallman, President of the Free Software Foundation and longtime advocate of privacy in technology.

Online Privacy & Security

Breaking iPhone Encryption Won’t Make Anyone Safer

“Imagine all your tax documentation could be examined by officials from any government merely on suspicion. That’s the future some governments are pushing for when they demand that Apple put security backdoors into its products. “If the government’s demands are met, any security vulnerability will be exploited, enabling more of the bad activity backdoors intend to prevent.” That is the belief of security expert Jonny Evans in an opinion article […]

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A New, Easier Way to Access Web3: the “Blockchain Router”

Andrey Yushkevich is the creator of the “Blockchain Router” that was unveiled at CES 2020 last week. It is a little black box that uses the blockchain to provide decentralized, peer-to-peer access to websites hosted on the InterPlanetary File System, a popular protocol for file-sharing and hosting. In short, the “Blockchain Router” is a different and undoubtedly more advanced version of the old Tor Router software that was written from […]

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