[plug] Mandatory data retention
Nicholas Lloyd - HESWA
nic at heswa.com.au
Mon Oct 12 01:49:03 UTC 2015
Using Linux already makes us targets. I figure I may as well make it as
difficult as possible for them to find out my grocery list. My reasoning
They shouldn't be invading my privacy.
If more of us use encryption, then it provides better protection for those
who really need it - like journalists and whistle-blowers.
Citizens; not suspects.
From: plug [mailto:plug-bounces at plug.org.au] On Behalf Of Hani Jabr
Sent: Monday, 12 October 2015 9:29 AM
To: Luke John
Cc: plug at plug.org.au
Subject: Re: [plug] Mandatory data retention
Isn't this "too little, too late?" Doesn't this just make you a target for
the AFP and serve as an excuse to ban encryption?
> On 12 Oct 2015, at 08:52, Luke John <email at lukejohn.me> wrote:
> Hey Pluggers.
> I'm planning on finally moving to encrypted and off the record
> messaging to celebrate the implementation of mandatory data tommorrow
> starting tomorrow.
> Based on the information put out by the EFF [Communicating with
> I'm currently looking at using signal for encrypted messaging and
> chatsecure for off the record messaging as both are available on ios
> and android.
> Has anyone had experience using these or similar tools and have any
> advice for how to encourage friends and family to start using them as
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