More timely than ever, now that Germany again wants to retain everyone’s data.
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The latest addition to the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Surveillance Self-Defense series is a set of tools and instructions aimed specifically at LGBTQ kids, who have unique threat models (being outed) and adversaries (homophobic friends, parents, pastors).
EFF’s guide gives already marginalized and threatened kids the ability to explore information related to LGBTQ issues with a much lower risk of censorship (by parental or school censorware, which typically blocks information related to sexuality) and discovery by snoops.
Tips and tools to help you more safely access LGBTQ resources, navigate social networks, and avoid snoopers.
If you lack proper support and access to LGBTQ resources, this guide teaches you how to explore such resources online in a safer way to help avoid accidental outing to your peers, family, or online advertisers as a result of online tracking or nosy snoopers.
* An Introduction to Threat Modeling
* Choosing Your Tools
* Creating Strong Passwords
* How to: Circumvent Online Censorship
* How to: Encrypt Your iPhone
* How to: Use Signal – Private Messenger
* Protecting Yourself on Social Networks
* Communicating with Others