Who can see what you are doing on the internet right now?

Yesterday’s cryptoparty was fascinating in so many ways. A two hour-ish session took us through online privacy issues, behaviours and tools. Particularly useful was an interactive diagram from the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which campaigns for internet freedom, showing who can see what you are doing with your web browser – from a hacker sitting in…… Continue reading Who can see what you are doing on the internet right now?

Against mass surveillance – what will you do today?

Today is a day of action and protest against mass surveillance by our governments: The Day We Fight Back. Aptly, the first thing in my Twitter stream when I opened my laptop this morning ¬†was the inventor of the Web re-tweeting the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s message… Things move quickly, our lives are busy. Today, though,…… Continue reading Against mass surveillance – what will you do today?