Time for #reintroduction
I am a public interest technologist working at the Freedom of the Press Foundation https://freedom.press My day job is to work on https://securedrop.org using which people can leak information to the journalists securely. I also contribute to many #opensource projects. I am a core member of the @torproject and also core developer of the #Python programming language & a director and fellow of Python Software Foundation.
Life Tip: If you wake due to stress and can't fall asleep, do a chore like emptying/reload dishwasher or put away laundry.
You'll burn off your frustration and be able to settle nerves having a sense of accomplishment
Introducing dns-tor-proxy tool, a simple local #DNS server for you to do all DNS calls over encrypted connections via @torproject https://kushaldas.in/posts/introducing-dns-tor-proxy-a-new-way-to-do-all-of-your-dns-calls-over-tor.html #privacy #security
I wrote about how to setup your personal #dns over HTTPS server https://kushaldas.in/posts/setting-up-a-personal-doh-server.html #DoH #privacy
https://blog.torproject.org/the-value-of-anonymous-contributions-wikipedia @torproject Read about Tor usage quality in Wikipedia edits.
Next Tuesday @ 18:00 UTC, join us for our first PrivChat, a live conversation series w/ experts in the tech and internet freedom fields.
This edition we'll discuss online privacy in the context of COVID-19 and activism. Plus live Q&A!
If you want to share a file with a friend or colleague, you don't have to trust a third party service. You can use OnionShare.
The newest version even lets you publish static websites as onion services.
https://blog.torproject.org/new-version-onionshare-makes-it-easy-anyone-publish-anonymous-uncensorable-websites-0 onionshare.org #onionizetheweb
Access your @riseup email uisng @torproject Onion services https://kushaldas.in/posts/access-riseup-email-over-onion-service.html #privacy #security
If AG Barr or Sen. Hawley gets their way, basic activities like offering encryption, or editing, removing, or otherwise moderating users’ content could lead to years of legal costs and liability risk. That’s bad for platforms—and for the rest of us. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/06/two-different-proposals-amend-section-230-share-similar-goal-damage-online-users
Public Interest Technologist at Freedom of the Press Foundation. Maintainer of https://securedrop.org Core team member of @torproject and Core developer of #Python. Fellow and director at Python Software Foundation
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