Historically, strong encryption has remained out of reach for the average user. Is that changing now that tools like the Brave browser are making encryption accessible, while also enabling web access to be safer and faster?
Automation as a concept can be applied to just about anything. As software plays a growing role in how we organize ourselves, and automated communication increases in sophistication and nuance, the opportunity arises for the automated organization.
Tor is free and open source software, and the Tor Network is operated by volunteers around the world using that software, making it possible for people to randomize their Internet traffic and potentially protect their identity and activity.
For this issue let’s focus on keybase. The simplest way to sum up keybase is to say that it aspires to make encryption easy. Their slogan is “crypto for everyone!” and their goal is to enable the active and widespread use of encryption.