Not all end-to-end encrypted messaging is completely private.
One good way to ensure that you can trust your end-to-end encryption is to use an open protocol that allows you to use whatever client you want, which means that the system isn't controlled by just one entity.
Why do we care about encryption? Why was it a big deal, at least in theory, when Mark Zuckerberg announced earlier this year that Facebook would move to end-to-end encryption on all three of its messaging platforms? We don’t just support encryption for its own sake. We fight for it because...
FINALLY small hosted homeserver #Matrix offering from #Modular! Perfect for small teams or friends/family, with the option of growing to larger plans or of course migrating data out to a self hosted solution later.
#Matrix is a resilient communication protocol perfect for chatting and team collaboration. The closest proprietary alternative is #Slack. If your team needs a much cheaper, #opensource team tool based on an open communication protocol without vendor lock-in, I highly recommend you try the offering from Modular. With a few clicks you'll have your own personal homeserver running, optionally on your own domain name.
Ever since Modular launched we’ve been working away on offering smaller dedicated Matrix server hosting than our previous minimum size of 50 users. As of today, after lots of optimisation work and a successful trial to those who signed up on the waitlist, we are incredibly excited to officially launch Personal Homeservers from Modular - with a mi...
We are pleased to announce that a new stable version of the #FreedomBox software system has been released! 🎉 🎉 🎉
The new stable version of FreedomBox is a big improvement over the previous stable version. It features a redesigned user interface, many more applications and features, and a streamlined user experience.
Emad Elawwad is co-owner of Big Bite Pita, a year-old Middle Eastern restaurant in St. John's that offers free food to the hungry one hour daily. Elawwad says the offer started after a man walked into the shop with $3 and asked him what he could buy for that amount. 'I told him to keep the money and get what you want.' ...
FSF's John Sullivan in @WIRED on the Microsoft ebook apocalypse: “This is why we call #DRM media and devices defective by design, or broken from the beginning. There’s self-destruction built into the whole concept.” https://u.fsf.org/2v4https://u.fsf.org/dbd