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O btw.

Last week my first post for the Dutch digital rights organisation ‘Bits of Freedom‘ was posted.

Here I compare the privacy policies of three different SMS-alternatives. WhatsApp, Blackberry Ping and eBuddy.

Conclusion is that a lot of questions remain like: where is my data stored? How can I remove my data from their servers? Are they saving my friends data as well?

For the full article, click here. (Dutch)

Today, I’m going to write an article about the e-g8, the internet conference that was held before the g8 about regulating the internet. Several digital rights organizations and internet personalities protested beforehand because of the elitist character of the conference, that was sponsored by big companies like Google, Microsoft and Ebay.

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