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From encryption to darknets: As governments snoop, activists fight back

Tue, 02/21/2012 - 07:14 -- rprice

a huge range of projects, apps and strategies have been designed to protect mobile communications (voice, text, and data) as well as more traditional Wi-Fi networks and even individual computers.

These projects are being developed all over the world by some small, local organizations, as well as larger, more ambitious projects that are receiving funding from the likes of the New America Foundation. The organization is a key part of the US Department of State's $70 million being spent on "Internet freedom" projects, including a so-called "Internet-in-a-suitcase" deployment.


OLPC and other Sub-Notebooks as a Weapon for African Cyber-Crime? Nope.

Thu, 02/07/2008 - 22:24 -- rprice

OLPC As I was sitting in a café here in London yesterday, I picked up the Guardian's Thursday Technology Section and saw this rather large story a few pages in - there is a picture of some cute African kids with XO laptops, but the headline read Crime fears as cheap PCs head for Africa



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