A eulogy for twitter
What security and safety tooling do we need to build now if Mastodon scales to tens or hundereds of millions of users.
Mastodon is not a drop-in twitter replacement. It shouldn’t be, and there is also such a vast opportunity in this moment.
The gravity of terrestrial attacks on human rights is not magically escaped in orbit
It’s time to add formal requirements to our tool funding process to reduce risks while also contributing to building more inclusive tools
After a decade advancing digital rights and resilience work at Internews, I’m excited to start a journey in the private sector.
Satellite communication provides critical access during crisis — but not without risk.
This is (hopefully!) the last post on my joncamfield.com drupal instance and will be the first on my new jekyll-bases static site.
This is an experiment to be both more social, and less on "social media". I have created a personal and private account in what’s called Mastodon.
“Oh great, another white dude from a western democracy going off about decentralization.” I promise that I will not be hawking a crypto-currency or even talk...
We also cannot cede the digital public square to private corporations which do not, at their core, serve the public interest.
Not being able to find a company to make your presence on the Internet easy is fundamentally different from having a government actively blocking access to y...
This is the first in a series on the past, present, and future of the Internet
Building a wide array of foundational resources to advance threat modeling.