what this guy is describing about our society makes a lot of sense to me. I wonder what he has in his mind as a solution.
Every time I see someone being so grateful for my small contributions my heart melts
Here are the full details on our open developer position:
We're looking for #Go developers, but welcome anyone with similar web development skills to apply! There's plenty to be done around #WriteFreely, and lots of opportunity to learn Go, if you're interested.
How to Live Without Google and Other Evil Tech Giants: https://write.privacytools.io/paulakreuzer/how-to-live-without-google-and-other-evil-tech-giants #privacy
I'm studying TOR and onion services.
As a proof of concept I would like to run my own VPS providing an .onion blog. The target is to be reasonably sure that my identity can not be traced back to me.
My final goal is to provide a step by step guide for journalists similar to what I did with [RISKS](https://19hundreds.github.io/risks-workflow/) so that they can deliver anonymous content.
I'm giving my #introduction
I'm very concerned with #privacy and with technology being abused.
The only defense is #culture therefore good journalism is very important .
Currently hard working on my #risks work-flow
(Relatively Insecure System for Keys and Secrets for Qubes OS) in the attempt to help journalists and any other non-IT savy professional in their daily activity.
Let's play a game, to help some of the newcomers make connections: name subjects and topics that interest you but aren't in your profile, as tags so they are searchable. Then boost this post or repeat its instructions so others know to do the same.
If you are trying to install #electrum and you notice the suspicious email@example.com email addreess while importing ThomasV's key ... it should be all right. You can proceed.
Hello @ephzero , I noticed you are following RISKS. Thanks for your support.
I've opened a [gitter room](https://gitter.im/RISKS-workflow/community?utm_source=share-link&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=share-link)
Author of R.I.S.K.S.:
Relatively Insecure System for Keys and Secrets (for Qubes OS)
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko