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Ian Forrester

DeepL Translate - 0 views

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CoBox - Building blocks for the cooperative cloud - 0 views

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    "CoBox is a distributed, encrypted, offline-enabled data hosting cloud platform."
Ian Forrester

ODK.ai - 0 views

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    Object detection kit, scanning objects for a cleaner city
Ian Forrester

Trustable Technology Mark - 0 views

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    "Trustable Technology: The Trustable Technology project empowers consumers to make informed decisions & enables companies to prove their connected products are trustworthy"
Ian Forrester

Shared backend for Web3 | 3Box - 0 views

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    "User Data Cloud 3Box makes it simple to store data securely with your users, letting you focus on building great products. #BuildBetter"
Ian Forrester

Atlas of Surveillance - 0 views

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    The Atlas of Surveillance is a database of the surveillance technologies deployed by law enforcement in communities across the United States. This includes drones, body-worn camera, automated license plate readers, facial recognition, and more.
Ian Forrester

Session | Send Messages, Not Metadata. | Private Messenger - 0 views

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    Session is a secure messaging app that protects your metadata, encrypts your communications and makes sure your messaging activities leave no digital trail behind.
Ian Forrester

Dyson sets brainteaser to recruit new engineers - CNET - 0 views

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    Dyson smart rooms is a crystal maze - style pop-up to find new software engineers
Ian Forrester

ActivityWatch - 0 views

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    "ActivityWatch is an app that automatically tracks how you spend time on your devices. It is open source, privacy-first, cross-platform, and a great alternative to services like RescueTime, ManicTime, and WakaTime. It can help you keep track of time spent on different projects, kick bad screen habits, or just understand how you spend your time."
Ian Forrester

HackCurio: Decoding the Cultures of Hacking - 0 views

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    Excellent growing resource explaining the origins of hacking in a balanced way through different interviews and press coverage
Ian Forrester

webXray - 0 views

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    "webxray is a tool for analyzing third-party content on webpages and identifying the companies which collect user data. A command line user interface makes webxray easy to use for non-programmers, and those with advanced needs may analyze millions of pages with proper configuration. webxray is a professional tool designed for academic research, and may be used by privacy compliance officers, regulators, and those who are generally curious about hidden data flows on the web."
Ian Forrester

Bot Sentinel Dashboard ‹ Bot Sentinel - 0 views

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    BotSentinel to help diminish the effectiveness of trollbot accounts that infest Twitter.
Ian Forrester

phyphox - Physical Phone Experiments - 0 views

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    Use your smartphone as a mobile lab
Ian Forrester

STEALING UR FEELINGS - 0 views

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    Facial recognition technology stealing our feelings
Ian Forrester

IoT Information Exposure (IMC '19) - Mon(IoT)r Research Group - 0 views

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    "Information Exposure for Consumer IoT Devices: A Multidimensional, Network-Informed Measurement Approach."
Ian Forrester

Discover the hidden secrets in privacy policies | Guard | Guard - 0 views

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    Guard is a site that uses AI to read epically long privacy policies and then highlight any aspects of them that might be problematic.
Ian Forrester

Public-Interest Technology Resources - 0 views

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    "As technology-especially computer, information, and Internet technology-permeates all aspects of our society, people who understand that technology need to be part of public-policy discussions. We need technologists who work in the public interest. We need public-interest technologists. Defining this term is difficult. One Ford Foundation blog post described public-interest technologists as "technology practitioners who focus on social justice, the common good, and/or the public interest." A group of academics in this field wrote that "public-interest technology refers to the study and application of technology expertise to advance the public interest/generate public benefits/promote the public good.""
Ian Forrester

The behavioural science of online harm and manipulation, and what to do about it | The ... - 0 views

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    "This discussion paper explores the rapidly evolving landscape of how we behave and interact online, and how businesses respond. The internet has transformed how we live, work and relate to one another. We can make 'friends' around the world without ever saying 'hello', compare products from dozens of shops without leaving the house, or plan a date with a stranger without breaking a sweat. Overall it has proven a powerful force for good; delivering significant benefits to the economy and to consumers in the form of greater choice, personalisation, and incredible convenience."
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