Further takeaways from this session: Digital security trainings shouldn’t only be based on fear, especially for activists who are already subject to threats and experience fear through their work.
Training shouldn’t be tools-centric, but need to involve the reasons why e.g. email encryption should be used.
There needs to be space for follow up.
And male trainers in particular need to recognise their privileges.
Feel-good news: The Ministry of Education of the German region of Thuringia moves the email inboxes of its 22,000 teachers to Mailbox.org to protect theirs and their students' #privacy.
Amazing: New version of #OnionShare makes it easy for anyone to publish #anonymous, #uncensorable websites https://blog.torproject.org/new-version-onionshare-makes-it-easy-anyone-publish-anonymous-uncensorable-websites-0
As part our commitment to open source, today we are announcing the release of GopenPGP, an open source golang encryption library. This library powers all our apps and has been audited for security by @sec_consult. https://protonmail.com/blog/openpgp-golang/
Policy guy @edri. Co-founder and digital security trainer @TrainingPrivacy. Ex-@Golem. Apparently I like Sushi recipes. PGP: keybase.io/janweisensee
Generalistic and moderated instance.