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SAFE: a secure decentralised Internet, the first autonomous network. Solid: Tim Berners-Lee's read-write web. SAFE: Secure Access For Everyone.
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MaidSafe 7h
One of the guiding fundamentals of the is to be open and permissionless. Anyone around the world must be able to contribute their computing resources and join the Network. Learn more about Dynamic Membership.
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Solid on SAFE 54m
Replying to @WolfieChristl @nytimes
They should know that when people realise what they are up to, we are pissed and will not thank them for it. In fact, as soon as we can punch them in the metaphorical mouth and do without them, we will.
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Excellent talk by folk from on my favourite subject from many years ago, on which I have a question in case or have time to answer
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Andy Coravos 8h
ALL personal data can be health data. And our society lacks adequate legal protections today for these emergent digital specimens. New op-ed by .
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Solid on SAFE 8h
The surveillance that can be effective is the kind we've always had: targeted. Collecting everything on everyone is not effective for the purpose we're told it is needed. That is evident from failures to identify and prevent even known targets like Manchester Arena bomber.
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Solid on SAFE 8h
There's a balance between effective and oppressive surveillance. The problem is that it tends to be relatively easy for criminals committing the worst/highest value crimes to avoid mass surveillance, while we *all* suffer from being analysed, oppressed and manipulated/controlled.
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Solid on SAFE 8h
Excellent presentation of a new language with content addressed code! Very nice, aimed at self-deploying systems and potential for use on
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Anand Giridharadas Sep 11
Replying to @AnandWrites
What Silicon Valley has wanted to do, facing these rising calls for worker protection and safety, etc., is to self-police. That is feudalism: the lords will be responsible for the serfs' lives.
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Solid on SAFE 11h
Inaccuracy is the least of the problems with this. I hope somebody in the understands the problems surveillance poses for creativity, self expression, freedom and democracy.
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Joe Brew 14h
Edward Snowden is not a dangerous criminal. He's a whistleblower whose conscience compelled him to disclose abuses of power, knowing that he would personally suffer for his actions, but that humanity would benefit. Yes, France should grant him asylum.
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Solid on SAFE 11h
Suggest you also talk to , eg is Ann a attempt at a comprehensive solution to these and other problems, and it is emerging from the lab after over a decade of development. See also
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Big Brother Watch 15h
Replying to @vicderbyshire
No other European country has a face surveillance epidemic like the UK, aligning us with the likes of China rather than our democratic counterparts. There must be an urgent stop before it’s too late. Watch from 10am.
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Big Brother Watch 15h
NEW: MPs and 25 rights groups call for “urgent stop” to police and private company facial recognition surveillance in public places. Full list of signatories:
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Techmeme 16h
London's Gatwick to become the UK's first airport to use facial recognition cameras on a permanent basis for ID checks for passenger boarding ( / BBC)
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Replying to @gael_duval
Shame this is on medium, which I don't visit or retweet because I value my privacy!
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Victoria Derbyshire 16h
What do you think about a camera scanning your face in the street? Campaigners and politicians are calling for the use of LIVE facial recognition technology for public surveillance to be stopped. Latest from
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Phil Booth 14h
Hah! Labour peer Lord Drayson warns of "foreign colonisation" of our health data in the Telegraph [£]: while owning/running a company that services a whole bunch of those very same foreign interests (see logos of Sensyne partners on slide).
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David Davis 14h
Today I, along with colleagues from across the House, sign 's pledge calling on UK police & companies to immediately halt the use of facial recognition cameras. The unregulated use of such systems is potentially a serious invasion of individual privacy and civil liberties
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Solid on SAFE 14h
Any info on who you are, and are you interested in making publications available forever in all their versions? If so, ask me about the "perpetual web".
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