In today’s digital age, securing personal data has become paramount. As users, we need to take into account the platforms and tools we use regularly. /e/OS is the open-source mobile operating system focused on privacy, that has emerged as a noteworthy solution to this challenge. This post is a comprehensive guide on how to utilize encrypted emails in /e/OS to bolster your digital privacy.
The European Union’s proposed Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) aims to bolster cybersecurity across the continent. However, it has sparked significant concern within the open source software community. Critics argue that the CRA could impose increased legal and financial responsibilities on open source contributors, potentially stifling innovation and damaging the open source ecosystem. Furthermore, the legislation’s vulnerability disclosure requirements could inadvertently expose software vulnerabilities to a larger audience, increasing the risk of malicious exploitation. This article delves into the potential implications of the CRA for open source software and the broader digital landscape in Europe.
This year marks the 5th year since I started the /e/OS project! And we have gone from a few articles about the inital intention to a smartphone OS and a private cloud used by tens of thousands of users.
/e/OS has become the leading daily-driver OS for everyone who wants to keep full control of their personal data without sacrificing usability. Of course, we could slow down the development since the product has reached a very high level of usability with /e/OS V1 release last year. But we believe we can go even further!
Fusion is a game-changing programming language designed to revolutionize the way developers create software. Combining the best features of existing languages, Fusion offers unparalleled performance, flexibility, and ease of use. Here’s a glimpse of what makes Fusion so appealing:
Since 2017, when I announced that I wanted to “Leave Apple & Google”, the /e/OS project has done tremendous progresses: we have succeeded to design and release a modern and realistically usable operating system and cloud services that protect their users from permanent personal data collection and from surveillance capitalism…