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[liberationtech] Privacy in Ubuntu 12.10

Niels ten Oever tenoever at
Thu Nov 8 05:18:44 PST 2012

Dear Micah,

Small correction to your piece: Selecting full disk encryption in the
installer GUI was already possible in Ubuntu 12.04.

The explanation wasn't as clear as it is now though.



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> Message: 3
> Date: Tue, 06 Nov 2012 16:40:50 -0800
> From: Micah Lee <micahflee at>
> To: liberationtech at
> Subject: [liberationtech] Privacy in Ubuntu 12.10
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> Hi, in case people on this list are interested I thought I'd share two
> blog posts about Ubuntu 12.10 on EFF's blog.
> Last week I attacked Ubuntu for showing Amazon-affiliated ads to people
> and leaking their search terms without giving users a chance to opt-in:
> And today I wrote about how Ubuntu 12.10 includes Full Disk Encryption
> options in the GUI installer thanks to user requests, and how this
> relates to the resurgence of crypto-related activism:

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