BOSTON—In a major victory for privacy rights at the border, a federal court in Boston ruled today that suspicionless searches of travelers’ electronic devices by federal agents at airports and other U.S. ports of entry are unconstitutional. The ruling came in a lawsuit, Alasaad v. McAleenan, filed...
Database migration to new hardware is complete and so far things look pretty promising. We'll be doing further migrations over the next few days, but hopefully the root cause of the recent disruptions is now solved.
Netflix #DRM finds yet another way to limit your choices: older Samsung and Panasonic "smart" televisions and Roku devices will no longer work with the Netflix app. We weren't kidding when we said that DRM makes software and devices defective by design.
Samsung issued a warning that TV owners of a 2010 and 2011 model that staring December no longer be able to use the Netflix application. The support is stopped. This also applies to certain Roku media...
We did it! We came together as a community and met our fundraising goal to defend software freedom from patent litigation. 💙 Next up comes the hard part - winning this lawsuit and setting precedent. Stay tuned for updates as we progress forward
Exactly 5 years ago at 16:42, was the first CryptPad commit by @cjdelisle, the start of a very ambitious project to restore privacy in collaboration tools. We believed in it 5 years ago and we thank the 200 supporters and 10000 weekly users from 150 countries that have joined us
Rise and shine #MozFest, we're here at Ravensbourne University, 6th floor in the #decentralisation space! Come and chat to us - here's Brendan setting up our demo, and taking time to review the many bridges we support! #mozfest19
Hey everyone! Some really good news: The good people at Vector IM are adding many accessibility features to the @matrix client Riot.im. It is much more usable now than it used to be a year or so ago, both on the web and on iOS. #a11y #RiotIM #matrixdotorg