Cybersecurity for the People: How to Keep Your Chats Truly Private With Signal

it’s possible to make sure that your private conversations are actually private. It starts with installing an app known as Signal, and getting your friends to install it too. Then you’ll want to tweak the settings to lock everything down.

Fuente: Cybersecurity for the People: How to Keep Your Chats Truly Private With Signal


Wiretaps, data dumps and zero days: is digital privacy no longer possible? – video | World news | The Guardian

From Russian hacking to WikiLeaks, Edward Snowden and CIA cyber weapons, does digital surveillance mean the end of privacy?

Fuente: Wiretaps, data dumps and zero days: is digital privacy no longer possible? – video | World news | The Guardian


State of surveillance: privacy in Donald Trump’s America – tech podcast | Technology | The Guardian

With Barack Obama’s presidency coming to a close, Ewen MacAskill, the Guardian’s defence and intelligence correspondent, helps us explore what mass surveillance in America might look like under Donald Trump

Fuente: State of surveillance: privacy in Donald Trump’s America – tech podcast | Technology | The Guardian


Exclusive: Pentagon source goes on record against whistleblower program – video | World news | The Guardian

A former Pentagon investigator has spoken on record to the Guardian about major privacy and security lapses within the government’s whistleblower program. John Crane, who for 25 years worked for the Department of Defense inspector general’s office, which helps federal employees expose abuse and corruption, says whistleblowers like Edward Snowden had little choice but to go outside the system. His revelations can now be made public for the first time

Fuente: Exclusive: Pentagon source goes on record against whistleblower program – video | World news | The Guardian


Chelsea Manning wins free speech award: ‘It’s easy to feel invisible’ – video | US news | The Guardian

Chelsea Manning, currently in a maximum security prison in Kansas, is awarded the Blueprint for Free Speech prize

Fuente: Chelsea Manning wins free speech award: ‘It’s easy to feel invisible’ – video | US news | The Guardian


A Conversation on Privacy With Edward Snowden, Noam Chomsky, and Glenn Greenwald

NSA WHISTLEBLOWER Edward Snowden joined MIT professor Noam Chomsky and The Intercept’s Glenn Greenwald on Friday for a discussion on privacy rights hosted by the University of Arizona College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. The panel was moderated by Nuala O’Connor, the president of the Center for Democracy and Technology.

Fuente: A Conversation on Privacy With Edward Snowden, Noam Chomsky, and Glenn Greenwald


Julian Assange: UN report is ‘victory that cannot be denied' – video | Media | The Guardian

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange speaks on Friday from the balcony of the Ecuador embassy in London, where he has been holed up for over three years

Fuente: Julian Assange: UN report is ‘victory that cannot be denied’ – video | Media | The Guardian


PDI lanza campaña de prevención contra el grooming – El Mostrador

PDI lanza campaña de prevención contra el grooming – El Mostrador.

El grooming es una práctica de la que son víctimas miles de niños y jóvenes alrededor del mundo, donde un adulto se hace pasar por alguien más joven con el fin de ganar su amistad y posteriormente cometer abusos en su contra. En la campaña lanzada por la PDI y en la que el actor Augusto Schuster es rostro, se busca crear conciencia sobre los riesgos que corren los menores en internet.


Paris attacks: from solidarity to surveillance – video | World news | The Guardian

Paris attacks: from solidarity to surveillance – video | World news | The Guardian.

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The attacks in the French capital on the offices of a satirical magazine, in the streets and at a kosher supermarket prompted a wave of public outrage and solidarity. But in the days after the attacks politicians and others have seized on the events to push different agendas. Phoebe Greenwood recaps a febrile week in which solidarity and support for free expression began to give way to calls for wider surveillance

Un video muestra la verdadera Apple: explotación infantil y trabajadores exhaustos

Un video muestra la verdadera Apple: explotación infantil y trabajadores exhaustos.

Escrito por RT.com
Sábado, 20 de Diciembre de 2014 14:04

La BBC ha llevado a cabo una investigación en una fábrica de productos Apple en China y en Indonesia, que reveló las condiciones extremadamente malas del trabajo, como también el empleo de niños que ponen en riesgo sus vidas. Según la investigación, en Indonesia los niños sacan estaño de pozos de barro, donde los deslazamientos de tierra pueden cobrar sus vidas.

El documental de la BBC mostró cadáveres de mineros que trabajaban para Apple en Indonesia. Mientras extraían estaño de profundos pozos, muchos perecieron por deslazamientos de tierra. Según el informe, muchos niños trabajan allí con sus padres.

Apple tiene islas artificiales ilegales en Indonesia, cuenta el documental. Dragas de la compañía rastrillan la arena y el coral del fondo del mar para conseguir estaño. El coral no vuelve a crecer, dijo un científico marino en el programa documental.

El equipo también filmó en secreto a empleados de la fábrica en China y descubrió que Apple de forma rutinaria violaba los derechos de los trabajadores. El reportero vio cómo los obreros tenían que trabajar 18 horas al día sin descanso, muchos de ellos fueron grabados dormidos en sus puestos.


Psst! Your phone is snooping on you. What you need to know and how to stop it – video | Technology | theguardian.com

Psst! Your phone is snooping on you. What you need to know and how to stop it – video | Technology | theguardian.com.


Snowden asks Putin about Russian surveillance during phone-in – video | World news | theguardian.com

Snowden asks Putin about Russian surveillance during phone-in – video | World news | theguardian.com.

Edward Snowden calls in to ask a question of the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, during a televised phone-in. Putin denies Russia is involved in ‘mass, indiscriminate’ surveillance but says they use modern means to fight terrorism. Whistleblower Edward Snowden was granted asylum in Russia in 2013


¿Qué es la gobernanza de Internet?: Explicación en video por @karismacol

Manzana Mecánica.

Desde la Fundación Karisma han preparado este video que busca explicar el sentido y las consecuencias de la gobernanza de Internet. Para lograr su objetivo, el video además explica el funcionamiento del Internet en términos sencillos, el nacimiento del concepto de gobernanza, las relaciones de poder detrás de la regulación de esta tecnología y las complejas interacciones entre la soberanía nacional y el desarrollo de Internet.


Video: Edward Snowden wins Sam Adams award

Video: Edward Snowden wins Sam Adams award.

Friday, 11 October 2013, 22:30 UTC

This week Edward Snowden received the Integrity Award from the Sam Adams Associates for Integrity in Intelligence. These videos from the award ceremony are the first of Mr Snowden after being granted asylum in Russia.

The videos show Mr Snowden as he was given the award by Ray McGovern (ex-CIA) who said “Sam Adams Associates are proud to honor Mr. Snowden’s decision to heed his conscience and give priority to the Common Good over concerns about his own personal future. We are confident that others with similar moral fiber will follow his example in illuminating dark corners and exposing crimes that put our civil rights as free citizens in jeopardy…. Just as Private Manning and Julian Assange exposed criminality with documentary evidence, Mr. Snowden’s beacon of light has pierced a thick cloud of deception. And, again like them, he has been denied some of the freedoms that whistleblowers have every right to enjoy.”

Also present at the ceremony was WikiLeaks journalist Sarah Harrison who took Mr Snowden from Hong Kong to Moscow and obtained his asylum. The previous award winners, all United States Government whistleblowers, Thomas Drake (NSA), Jesselyn Raddack (DoJ) and Coleen Rowley (FBI), were also in attendance. These videos were filmed on the October 9 and are released for the first time today.


The Internet Must Go

The Internet Must Go.

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