Everyday we use tools to communicate and work over the Internet, even more so in the pandemic situation we are currently in. The majority of these tools are sucking up and monetising our information, but what can we do if we want to work & communicate while protecting our privacy at the same time?
Following on from the discussions in the last Privacy Salon, in this edition we’ll be looking at some tools & platforms to do just that, exploring the background issues and showing how they are used in real world contexts.
Tuesday 17/11/20, 18:30
Luxembourg Digital Privacy Salon is free, intended for everyone, no prior technical expertise is assumed.
Digital Privacy Salons are skill & knowledge sharing sessions which aim to teach people the basic ways of protecting themselves and their data from intrusive surveillance and unwanted/unwitting information gathering.
Generally the salons deal with how to have private conversations over instant messaging, emails, how to browse anonymously amongst other things.
It is very important that you leave the Privacy Salon with tools & knowledge you can use on a daily basis, and explain to your friends how to do it too. All the attendees should come with device(s) they want to install tools on.
For more information on Privacy Salon read this @sachaheck post about a Salon and this interview with Rosi, asking about her transition from Privacy Salon attendee to speaker. The interview is also available in French and German
Luxembourg Digital Privacy Salon is free, intended for everyone, no prior technical expertise is assumed. This year the Privacy Salon is presented in collaboration with BEE SECURE in the frame of the campaign “#bassdesécher”