Here's what we look for in trustworthy technology: end-to-end encryption, open source code, and cross-platform support.
For reasons, we can't say that any digital technology could ever be considered 100% trustworthy. At the same time, most people can't do all their organizing in person on backcountry camping trips, so we won't say "just don’t use phones or computers." What we will do is try to give you a way to decide how much to trust each of your devices and apps.
Here, we take a look at easy-to-use ProtonMail -- and why we at the CLDC can't recommend it (or its security model) for people opposing the powerful.
Signal isn’t perfect and we’re not certain it’s designed with activists in mind–for instance, you and your friends can’t use it without all using real phone numbers. But still, Signal takes almost zero time or training and equips activists with 5-star end-to-end text, voice and video encryption with an […]