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We’ve built a service used by millions, and software used by billions. [...] Over the lifetime of the project, there have only been an average of 2.3 full-time software developers, and the entire Signal team has never been more than 7 people. [...] Signal has never taken VC funding or sought investment, because we felt that putting profit first would be incompatible with building a sustainable project that put users first. [...] Perhaps most significantly, the addition of Brian brings an incredibly talented engineer and visionary with decades of experience building successful products to our team.
privacy  engineering 
3 hours ago by tamberg
The Many Hats Club: An InfoSec Group For All Skill Levels
When it comes to the field of information security, the main goal is to protect consumers, businesses, and government entities from online threats and malware. As it is such fast moving field, new information is being discovered daily and it is important for this information to be disseminated quickly. Due to this, there tends to be a high level of information sharing where members of the InfoSec community provide insight into their own experiences in order to help others in similar situations.
A lot of this information sharing occurs on Twitter and blogs, but unfortunately these methods are not always the most efficient way to disseminate information that may be to sensitive or that needs to be spread quickly. With this in mind, security researchers Stuart Peck and David decided to create a group called The Many Hats Club where like minded people can share InfoSec information, build connections, and get to know each other.
privacy  security  forum 
4 hours ago by rgl7194
GDPR: How small companies can get ready for it (and why you can’t just ignore it) | Postmark
What we learned along the way to becoming GDPR compliant, with the hope that it will help streamline the process for your business.
privacy  gdpr  terms 
6 hours ago by zygote
10 Breakthrough Technologies 2018 - MIT Technology Review
The tool is an emerging cryptographic protocol called a zero-­knowledge proof. Though researchers have worked on it for decades, interest has exploded in the past year, thanks in part to the growing obsession with cryptocurrencies, most of which aren’t private.
future2.0  2018  privacy 
9 hours ago by gwijthoff

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