At EDG, we focus on the ethnics and morals that underlie currently available technology. Our objective is to free people from the Digital Panopticon.
DavX5 allows users to sync their contact and calendar information on Android phones without using Google’s servers — a great privacy-respecting solution.
One of the most amazing things about the Internet is the amount of information that we can find on it. From what the weather will be like tomorrow to answers to various existential crises, someone has said something about it on the Internet. Where do you go to find this …
Escape the Digital Panopticon one step at a time! We show smartphones that respect privacy and load an open source operating system on a Nexus 6P.
Activists have a duty to speak out for those who have no voice of their own. Life is under attack and many activists are being silenced. We are here to help activists recover their voices.
You may assume that using an iOS device makes your data safer. It may be true, to some degree, but simply using an iOS device will NOT ensure privacy!
Tim Cook and Roger McNamee take the position that government legislation is the solution to data privacy issues. We argue for free market solutions.
A great Guardian article was seen on Zero Hedge. While I disagree with much of the underlying philosophy and morality, it stirred some thoughts about the concept of so-called “surveillance capitalism.”
A Great Video Dagogo Altraide created this brilliant video on China’s totalitarian electronic systems and posted it on his ColdFusion YouTube Channel. No, we have no affiliation with him whatsoever, but you should really check out his channel for great videos about technology. What We Should Learn While this video …