The Guardian Project
How to set up encrypted email – Windows
The Guardian Project creates easy to use secure apps, open-source software libraries, and customized mobile devices that can be used around the world by any person looking to protect their communications and personal data from unjust intrusion, interception and monitoring.
How to set up encrypted email – Mac
Setting up end-to-end encryption on your emails is a good start to protecting your privacy from snooping eyes. Access Now have put together a great guide for how to do this on your Windows computer.
24 Organisations Publish Open Letter on Essential Copyright Reforms
Setting up end-to-end encryption on your emails is a good start to protecting your privacy from snooping eyes. Access Now have put together a great guide for how to do this on your Mac computer.
Restore faith in the Census
An Open Letter from a diverse group of 24 organisations to Senator Fifield, urging the prompt tabling of the Copyright Amendment (Disability Access and Other Measures) Bill.
Open letter from privacy advocates calls for inquiry into Census 2016
The conduct of this year’s census raises serious and pressing ethical, legal, security and technological concerns. Join the call for Prime Minister Turnbull to act.
The census was an ‘immense failure of management’ that lacked basic planning
A number of privacy, security and technology experts have called on the Prime Minister to launch an immediate inquiry into the 2016 Census. “The Turnbull Government’s handling of the Census to date demonstrates both a total disrespect for personal privacy rights and lack of digital literacy,” said Amy Gray from Digital Rights Watch. “The frustration […]
Independent inquiry needed into #Censusfail
Digital Rights Watch’s Amy Gray speaks to ABC NewsRadio about the Census.
What to do with your Census
An independent inquiry is needed to restore faith in the Australian Bureau of Statistics and Government’s ability to handle online privacy, according to online advocacy organization Digital Rights Watch.
The census is too important to boycott, despite serious privacy concerns
By now, you’ve probably noticed the huge amount of chatter surrounding the 2016 National Census, and the changes that put individual privacy at risk. But does this warrant a full boycott?
One of Australia’s richest sources of statistical data has had both its reputation and trust destroyed by the decision to retain name and address data – a decision made with little consultation and with no regard to the ramifications for individual’s right to privacy. But does this warrant an overall boycott of the census?