The technology powering Strongbox is called DeadDrop—a free, open-source web application built by Swartz. It launched one month before he died.
Articles tagged "privacy"
Eight tracks about being watched (or stalking, depending where you fall) to see you through today's congressional hearing on the privacy implications of domestic drone use.
In the end, you’ll have to choose which right is more important: privacy or social media.
Nothing in America is safe from prying eyes, unless it's the government.
The past few months have seen the culmination of years of work by authorities to dismantle privacy laws.
Google Glass isn't a scary thing.
Each time we determine that “security” outweighs privacy interests, a hazardous precedent is set.
It's hardly news that Google has a lot of money.
Something's not working for the protesters.
The Internet's depending on you, Internet freedom advocates!
Why is the IRS disobeying the court?
Sorry, you'll have to check that at the door.
If you were a factory farmer who was really okay with the current state of affairs, you'd willingly let regular documentation happen
What the government needs, it argues, is easier access to your inbox, your Gchats, even your gaming data—and in real-time.
At least, the Feds are willing to talk about how they want to spy on Americans.
The Chinese social media app is 300 million strong and growing. It's also really fun. But how safe is your data?
It's a bummer to see yet another privacy law get cut up in the quest to make all of our data as shareable as possible.
You might want to double check your WiFi password.
Today, as the second bubble slowly deflates, the network has evolved from curiosity to necessity, and as such is under greater threat than ever before.
Looking at Skype's growth rate alone — one in three calls! — you can see that people would rather get free international calls that hold onto their right to privacy.
The Supreme Court may have approved the warrantless wiretapping of American citizens for just about forever, but the good old state of Texas isn't going to take that lying down.