Privacy by default with pretty Easy privacy (p≡p)

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Description The pretty Easy privacy project (p≡p) is a project to turn the cyberpunk movement's dream into reality that everyone should be able to protect his/her privacy using technical tools. Overall p≡p is about changing today's default of digital written communications from unencrypted, unanonymized and unverified to encrypted, anonymized and verified. p≡p's vision is to offer an automatic and easy to use solution to make all end-to-end written digital communications over the Internet ‘Private and Secure by Default and Design‘. With that 'unencrypted' e-mails become the exception not the norm. The p≡p project aims at encrypting existing written digital communications and does not force users to switch to platform-centric or other crypto solutions, in which users are likely to be locked.
Website(s) https://pep.foundation/
Type Talk
Kids session No
Keyword(s) social, software, security
Tags p≡p, Privacy, Freedom of Information, Usability, Open Source, Multiple Platforms, Interoperability, Encryption, Key Synchronization, Free and Open Source Software, Innovation, Metadata Protection, No Central Service, pEp, pretty Easy privacy
Processing assembly Free Software Foundation Europe
Person organizing Eal
Language en - English
en - English
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Starts at 2016/12/27 18:00
Ends at 2016/12/27 19:00
Duration 60 minutes
Location Hall B

For information on follow-up sessions such as the design lecture Volker promised, see https://pep.foundation/33c3