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[liberationtech] New Tools for Today's Investigative Journalist
rguerra at privaterra.org
Tue Nov 8 07:59:35 PST 2011
Let me recommend Jitsi as well. It's multi-protocol multi-platform chat
client that has both OTR (encrypted text) and ZRTP (encrypted voip)
I'd be keen to hear comments from folks on this list about the tool,
especially from the developers who might be able to review the code.
if you are just keen to test it, let me know so we can connect and try it
On Thu, Nov 3, 2011 at 1:15 AM, Dan Blah <dan.blah at gmail.com> wrote:
> The liberationtech twitter account reminded that the link never got
> posted here. Thanks for the tweet.
> Following an introduction, the article runs through a set of suggested
> tools for journalists, especially investigative field journalists, to
> utilize as standard kit in today's digital world.
> Mentioned tools include Cyrpto.cat, Off-the-Record, PGP, PrivacyBox.de,
> Skype, Redphone, CryptoPhone, Tor, anonymous online dead drop
> considerations, Dropbox, and Encfs.
> It follows up with recommended reading such as Tactical Technology
> Collective's Security in-a-box, EFF's Surveillance Self-Defence,
> RiseUp's Communication Security, and MobileActive's Guide to Mobile
> Security Risk Assessment.
> You're comments are greatly appreciated.
> Dan Blah
> pgp 0x36377134
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