Qualcomm Modem's proprietary QMI voice service API could allow attackers to inject malicious code into Android to read SMS texts, even listen to phone calls...

Well, it took a while but my petition to keep strong encryption without backdoors legal in th EU is now open for supporters!

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Even if you accept that bizarre premise, remember: this isn't an editorial process, it's a surveillance system. It's one thing for a school librarian to make decisions about which books to shelve, but this doesn't require them to spy on everything every kid tries to read.

For censorware companies to block your kids' data-requests, they have to intercept and examine them. Censorware is spyware. Given that, it's worth asking, "Who are we allowing to spy on our kids?


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"You cannot have freedom w/out privacy"
-Ann Cavoukian
(Ontario Former Privacy Commissioner)

She's right you know.

Privacy: best friend of , greatest enemy of .

Think about it.


In our latest newsletter :
- Discover our 2021 roadmap!
- We have published a list of what we found about Google data collection on Android
- This is the 1st anniversary of our partnership with Fairphone!
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Further delays with shipping, a notable improvement for using Desktop Apps on , and more!

Do you need a DNS server without censorship and for privacy?

@digitalcourage runs a DNS server located in Germany that doesn't log normal user requests:

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👉 Encrypted requests DNS-over-TLS

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Young Burmese activists are broadcasting anti-coup messages on pirate radio
"This is revolution radio."

'they dismantled the equipment, each person taking a different piece by a different route to another safe location where they store it. Security is tight. They never broadcast from the same place twice, and the group use aliases, even among themselves. This is Federal FM Radio, live on 90.2 MHz. '


#myanmar #radio #revolution #lowtech

Under the Freedom of Information Act, govt bodies can lawfully withhold information to protect commercial interests other than their own.

Read the ICO decision in our complaint against @DHSCgovuk’s refusal to disclose its full contract with...

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