You too can get access to the "100s of petabytes of data"—perfect records of our private lives—that the NSA routinely ingests about people who have never been suspected of any wrongdoing. They'll tell you this is legal. They'll say it's constitutional.
But you'll know better. https://t.co/VKD6rWkttG
This is the story of your future, told today. https://t.co/BfQwtVUZc1
This. Sure, taking a phone to a protest is unsafe, but *going* to a protest is unsafe, because the problem isn't your phone—it is the decades of authoritarianism that made it a weapon.
Your phone will be safe when everyone is safe, and that won't come without taking some risk. https://t.co/ZtFCCfdTKs
We're live in a half hour. https://t.co/QduOJTHQRS
We've come so far, but the first family that kept me safe in Hong Kong is still struggling. If you can help, donations are very welcome. It'll make a world of difference to a mother and her child: https://t.co/4lNLIa0OGg
Il semble que le gouvernement français capitulera face au cartel du Cloud et fournira les informations médicales du pays directement à Microsoft. Pourquoi? C'est juste plus simple. https://t.co/iz0Il2o1GD
Wer hätte es wissen können? https://t.co/zHf9sfMbj3
Apple and Google intend to push pandemic trackers into most of the world's smartphones. In response, @ACLU just published a whitepaper listing bottom-line principles phone-based contact-tracing systems must follow to comply with basic rights. Summary: https://t.co/ZZ4KuaKUIb
Governments around the world are exploiting the pandemic to monitor us like never before. I discuss it with @GGreenwald here on SYSTEM UPDATE: https://t.co/JlLQDQe6uA
As authoritarianism spreads, as emergency laws proliferate, as we sacrifice our rights, we also sacrifice our capability to arrest the slide into a less liberal and less free world. Here's how it happens: https://t.co/wwpLSW9O9N
We need to know whether our hospitals are safe. If we can't even prevent retaliation against healthcare workers for warning of hazards during a pandemic, "whistleblower protection" is a cruel myth. https://t.co/3MhSQLOr1C
The government cast Manning into a dungeon for resisting a scheme to make publishers of news subject to the Espionage Act. They offered to let her out in exchange for collaboration, but she chose her principles instead.
That is moral strength.
I used to work for the government.
Now I work for the public.
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