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[liberationtech] [Inclusion] Stanford Liberationtech Needs Your Help
irth03 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 18 11:07:17 PDT 2018
I recommend switching to slack or telegram for communications. My inbox is
Estonia's e-resident program is maybe the fastest route to EU-grade
Afa organizational structure, I like the format of trusts the most,
followed by b-corp structures such as vermont's L3C social-good offering.
We should not rely on a server provider to always be secure, therefore we
might employ an in-house encryption strategy. Nothing fancy, enough so
we're confident of privacy safety if the servers become targets.
On Thu, Jun 14, 2018 at 11:54 PM Yosem Companys <ycompanys at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> The Program on Liberation Technologies at Stanford University (LT)
> <http://cddrl.fsi.stanford.edu/libtech> has been going strong since circa
> 2006. Since then, LT has helped thousands design, use, and research
> technologies that foster the public good.
> Recently, the decision was made to spin off LT as an independent entity.
> I'm one of the people tasked with doing so. Here are LT's major needs:
> - Recruit people to develop a new website, logo, and graphics.
> - Identify a legal jurisdiction with strong security and privacy laws
> and regulations and a server provider with a stellar reputation at
> protecting user security and privacy to host the site.
> - Determine whether to maintain LT's mailing lists on Mailman
> <https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/liberationtech> or to
> transition them to a content management system (e.g., Discourse.org).
> - Assess the best legal structure for LT (e.g., digital cooperative).
> Any ideas? Thanks for your help and advice.
> P.S. I'm sending this email on behalf LT's co-founders and not Stanford
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