#FixItAlready: EFF’s wishlist for fixing tech’s worst privacy and security choices

Source: Boing Boing

Article note: I really like this "concrete examples in familiar products, explained with implications" presentation of agitating for better behavior.

Android should let users deny and revoke permissions; Apple should let people encrypt Icloud backups, Twitter should end-to-end encrypt DMs; all these and more appear on the Electronic Frontier Foundation's #FixItAlready page, which calls out Big Tech's biggest players for their biggest security and privacy fumbles, and explains in clear terms why these changes are needed. Read the rest

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