EFF RELEASES PRIVACY-ORIENTED SECURE MESSAGING SCORECARD
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)released its Secure Messaging Scorecard for secure private messaging, evaluating dozens of messaging technologies on a range of security best practices.
EFF Technology Projects Director Peter Eckersley said:
‘The revelations from Edward Snowden confirm that governments are spying on our digital lives, devouring all communications that aren’t protected by encryption. Many new tools claim to protect you, but don’t include critical features like end-to-end encryption or secure deletion. This scorecard gives you the facts you need to choose the right technology to send your message.’
Produced in collaboration with Julia Angwin at ProPublica and Joseph Bonneau at the Princeton Center for Information Technology Policy, the Secure Messaging Scorecard is part of a new EFF Campaign for Secure & Usable Crypto. EFF Staff Attorney Nate Cardozo said:
This post was published at Crypto Coins News on November 14, 2014.