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Maybe it was hidden below the noise level: fosstodon.org/@thewk/105752396

Otherwise I wouldn't understand people leaving WA, FB & Co for privacy concerns, but not moving a bit when their privacy is on stake again, this time not only for the commercial benefit of some data collectors.

Read this: statewatch.org/news/2020/novem

In case you didn't get it, they're targeting Signal, Telegram, encrypted e-mail, phones, video conferences, ... you name it.

Now head over here: europarl.europa.eu/petitions/e and sign it!

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EU_politics + encryption + privacy 

The EU Council has approved a resolution to undermine encrypted communications for EU citicens:
data.consilium.europa.eu/doc/d

A petition to declining this resolution and to keep citicens' privacy is online at the EU parliament:
europarl.europa.eu/petitions/e

As of today at 10:00 CET this petition has been signed by 19 supporters
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EU_politics + encryption + privacy 

The EU Council has approved a resolution to undermine encrypted communications for EU citicens:
data.consilium.europa.eu/doc/d

A petition to declining this resolution and to keep citicens' privacy is online at the EU parliament:
europarl.europa.eu/petitions/e

As of today at 00:00 CET this petition has been signed by 17 supporters
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EU_politics + encryption + privacy 

The EU Council has approved a resolution to undermine encrypted communications for EU citicens:
data.consilium.europa.eu/doc/d

A petition to declining this resolution and to keep citicens' privacy is online at the EU parliament:
europarl.europa.eu/petitions/e

As of today at 21:59 CET this petition has been signed by 17 supporters
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EU_politics + encryption + privacy 

The EU Council has approved a resolution to undermine encrypted communications for EU citicens:
data.consilium.europa.eu/doc/d

A petition to declining this resolution and to keep citicens' privacy is online at the EU parliament:
europarl.europa.eu/petitions/e

As of today at 14:59 CET this petition has been signed by 15 supporters
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EU_politics + encryption + privacy 

The EU Council has approved a resolution to undermine encrypted communications for EU citicens:
data.consilium.europa.eu/doc/d

A petition to declining this resolution and to keep citicens' privacy is online at the EU parliament:
europarl.europa.eu/petitions/e

As of today at 07:59 CET this petition has been signed by 13 supporters
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EU_politics + encryption + privacy 

The EU Council has approved a resolution to undermine encrypted communications for EU citicens:
data.consilium.europa.eu/doc/d

A petition to declining this resolution and to keep citicens' privacy is online at the EU parliament:
europarl.europa.eu/petitions/e

As of today at 23:40 CET this petition was signed by 12 Supporters

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Fredl :debian: :terminal: boosted

You dont want to read this 

I was in the mood to write a mastodon client in Bash and this is its first public appearance.
Cheers!

Funny to see this one message go viral exactly two months after posting it. 🙃

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I can't believe that still only 8 people have signed the petition two days after the announcement.

Who should support this activity against opening the doors for another entryway to surveillance and the end of privacy if not the folks who are constantly waving the privacy flag?

Who will ever again believe in what we preach since ages if we just watch what's happening like unaware bystanders?

Come on, we can read what they want to do and there's a way to fight it. It's not so difficult to do.

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Did you ever find it hard to convince your contacts to use encrypted communications?
It will surely get even harder once they can argue that it makes no sense at all anymore.

And they will blame you for pulling them away from Wassup, where at least they knew who was spying on them.

Think about it.

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Maybe it was hidden below the noise level: fosstodon.org/@thewk/105752396

Otherwise I wouldn't understand people leaving WA, FB & Co for privacy concerns, but not moving a bit when their privacy is on stake again, this time not only for the commercial benefit of some data collectors.

Read this: statewatch.org/news/2020/novem

In case you didn't get it, they're targeting Signal, Telegram, encrypted e-mail, phones, video conferences, ... you name it.

Now head over here: europarl.europa.eu/petitions/e and sign it!

Fredl :debian: :terminal: boosted

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

Please feel free to support it and or boost/promte it

europarl.europa.eu/petitions/e

I recently read somewhere, when you enter a room and suddenly don't know what you wanted in there, then there has been an alien in that room. The men in black came and destroyed it, deleted your memory, reset your time and left. That's it.

Our house seems to be hotspot and it's getting worse day by day. 😁

My activity today:

- change profile photo ✔️
- install background picture ✔️

I just realized that many of my keycaps look literally polished while some only collect dirt.
At one of those the symbol is barely visible anymore. I was wondering what it is and finally identified it as the backslash key.
I refuse to clean it because it's the proven evidence for a Windows free zone.
😀

Don’t despair when at first the idea looks crazy. Remember to wander. Let curiosity be your compass.

A life sign after three months.
Jack Ma makes 1st public appearance via video link since Alibaba came under tougher scrutiny - Global Times globaltimes.cn/page/202101/121

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