Secure Communications Basics
Secure Communications Basics for Journalists
It may not come as a surprise that journalists need digital security for various reasons. One of them is for protecting their information sources from prying eyes. Australian laws require ISPs to collect and retain metadata, which can be (ab)used to track down the sources.
Just last week, the Australian federal police admitted that they had accessed the call records of a journalist without obtaining a ‘journalist information warrant‘ first. The illegal access was part of an investigation into a leak.
Our CryptoAus workshop along with The Walkley Foundation last week was aiming to help journalists communicate with their information sources privately and securely. Our guests had a chance to see and learn using various tools and practices for protecting the identity of their information sources...
Digital Self-Defence and Privacy
Tetování a ruský organizovaný zločin – občanka vyrytá do kůže