Seems like useful advice on encrypting your email, so I’m reposting this 2013 blog post here.
Michael Carbone (Access) explains the finer points of encryption to workshop participants.
Better late than never: here’s a report back from the “crypto party” hosted by Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) and Public Citizen on Friday, October 25th in the offices of Public Citizen in connection with the “Stop Watching Us”rally against mass surveillance that weekend.
The evening was a pizza- and beer-fueled workshop on how and why to go about encrypting email and masking one’s Internet usage. Much of it was (or should have been) familiar to me and MCCRC readers via our own Bill Day’s posts on the subjects (see here for an overview).
But a refresher course with hands-on help never hurts. The email encryption workshop I joined led off with a clear, useful overview of the issues followed by excellent help from the experts on hand, via organizations like Access, Center for Democracy…
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