OONI monitors network-level blocking of internet access, which is usually by governments or ISPs, and flags up any mass internet blocks or other interference. They also develop FOSS tools for carrying out this monitoring.
Computer scientist campaigning for online privacy, also part of the Librecast project which aims to bring multicast technology to the internet.
Computer science professor and affiliate law professor at Columbia University in New York, USA. Interested in privacy and legal issues, also well known as one of the creators of USENET.
Research and development project to develop next generation technologies that put users first, to protect them from exploitation and privacy invasion by online service providers. Partly funded by the European Union.
Unofficial forum for Synology NAS owners and enthusiasts
Ontario Research Chair of Digital Governance for Social Justice at York University in Canada. Researches network cultures and technologies, alternative social media and manipulative communication. Author of “Reverse Engineering Social Networks”, “Weaving the Dark Web” and “Social Engineering”.
Aims to provide a next generation internet with better privacy, more decentralisation, less spam and better energy efficiency by using “multicast”.