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[liberationtech] Ostel: encrypted phone calls

Wasabee wasabee18 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 12 13:12:12 PDT 2013


you use open source software for backend/server. what abt client?

On 12/06/2013 19:52, Mark Belinsky wrote:
> We've updated the app and the website a bunch this week. We hope that 
> it's even more useful and functional now.
>
> Please go to ostel.co <http://ostel.co> and start using our tool for 
> encrypted phone calls. We'd love to hear feedback. Thanks!
>
>
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>
> On Thu, Jun 6, 2013 at 5:04 AM, Raven Jiang CX <jcx at stanford.edu 
> <mailto:jcx at stanford.edu>> wrote:
>
>     The article mentioned that the order for the dragnet came from the
>     FISA court. Doesn't electronic surveillance of agents that do not
>     belong to foreign entities exceed the legal jurisdiction of the
>     FISA court?
>
>
>     On 6 June 2013 00:02, Michael Carbone <michael at accessnow.org
>     <mailto:michael at accessnow.org>> wrote:
>
>         Now is a great time to push OStel further out, as clear
>         evidence that the NSA is scooping up all noncontent cellphone
>         data (including domestic-domestic) is hitting the news:
>         http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/jun/06/nsa-phone-records-verizon-court-order
>
>         Michael
>
>         On Jun 5, 2013 6:03 PM, "Nathan of Guardian"
>         <nathan at guardianproject.info
>         <mailto:nathan at guardianproject.info>> wrote:
>
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>             On 06/05/2013 02:25 PM, Mark Belinsky wrote:
>             > When we initially developed ostel.me <http://ostel.me>
>             it used freeswitch but we've
>             > moved away from it to allow for better federation.
>             Ostel.co is a
>             > new implementation of the open secure telephony network
>             (ostn)
>             > standard
>
>             If you want to track the open-source project behind OStel,
>             you can
>             find on the project tracker[0] and post questions on the
>             guardian-dev
>             list [1]. As Mark mentioned, this is our second go around
>             at creating
>             an Open Secure/Source/Standards Telephony Network [2]
>             service, this
>             time based on the popular+powerful Kamalio [3] SIP server.
>
>             Soon, we will have all the information posted on how to
>             run your own
>             instance too. We previously documented how to do this with
>             our v1
>             Freeswitch-based cookbook [4].
>
>             After all, we still believe in things like standards,
>             federation and
>             the ability to run your own servers, because, well, that
>             is what the
>             Internet is made of.
>
>             +n
>
>             [0] OStel Project Tracker:
>             https://dev.guardianproject.info/projects/ostel
>
>             [1] Guardian-dev Mailing List:
>             https://lists.mayfirst.org/mailman/admin/guardian-dev
>
>             [2] OSTN Project Overview:
>             https://guardianproject.info/wiki/OSTN
>
>             [3] Kamailio: http://www.kamailio.org/w/
>
>             [4] DEPRECATED: Run your own OSTN node:
>             https://guardianproject.info/wiki/OSTN_cookbook
>
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