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[liberationtech] Mexico's most vulnerable reporters lack digital security skills

Brian Conley brianc at
Mon Feb 25 13:13:06 PST 2013

Hi Kyle,

I've been developing a tool called StoryMaker for journalists and citizen

It's private/secure by design, so ideal for this use case.

There is a 10 lesson curriculum in mobile digital safety, and the app
itself that could all be translated into Spanish. Then perhaps the app
and/or curriculum might be used to educate and assist them in their work?

Resources 20-29 + 210 are the digital safety lessons.



On Mon, Feb 25, 2013 at 1:04 PM, Kyle Maxwell <krmaxwell at> wrote:

> I'm curious how the infosec community, particularly those of us who
> speak and write Spanish, can assist in helping Mexican activists and
> journalists. I understand that a large portion of that community
> actively exchanges data on Twitter; any pointers would be appreciated.
> Feel free to contact me off-list if desired.
> On Mon, Feb 25, 2013 at 1:02 PM, G.W. Schulz <gwschulz30 at> wrote:
> >> "Most Mexican journalists and bloggers reporting on highly sensitive
> >> topics (such as crime, corruption, violence and human rights issues) do
> not
> >> fully understand the risks and threats they face when they use digital
> and
> >> mobile technology, even though the topics they cover make them even more
> >> vulnerable, a new survey by Freedom House and the International Center
> for
> >> Journalists finds."
> >
> >
> >
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> Kyle Maxwell [krmaxwell at]
> Twitter: @kylemaxwell
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Brian Conley

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