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Which apps and tools actually keep your messages safe?
In the face of widespread Internet surveillance, we need a secure and practical means of talking to each other from our phones and computers. Many companies offer “secure messaging” products—but are these systems actually secure? We decided to find out, in the first phase of a new EFF Campaign for Secure & Usable Crypto.
You and me? We’re being tracked whether we like it or not.
Use a web browser, apps on your phone — there’s a company (or companies) out there amassing reams of data about every click, tap, photo, song, notification, or icon in your digital life. But don’t get up in arms over the loss of your “privacy”. This word, “privacy”? — it’s a problem.
Parisa Tabriz manages the Chrome Security team, who work on making Chrome the safest way to browse the web. The best defense requires an offensive mindset, so it’s her job to think like a criminal. Here’s how she’d hack you.
“I can show your electronic life over time. Everything you did,” says ex-NSA employee and whistleblower Bill Binney.Where is YOUR personal space online? We look at the impact of mass surveillance in the UK, US and beyond.
In this video we hear from Thomas Drake, Bill Binney, Carey Shenkman, and Gavin MacFadyen.
President Obama just unveiled a number of proposals to crack down on hackers. It’s great that the government is working on this but we need to do a better job of protecting ourselves. So we sent a camera out onto Hollywood Boulevard to help people by asking them to tell us their password.