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“I don’t want to live in a world where there’s no privacy, and therefore no room for intellectual exploration and creativity.”
 -Edward Snowden

This course and all related content are intended to provide you with choice.

Without privacy as a choice, we the people are prevented from being the stewards of our free society. When privacy isn't a choice, self censorship becomes systemic.

When privacy isn't a choice, our economic behaviors are modified and as a result we have fewer economic choices.

The original Cypherpunk manifesto proclaimed privacy as a human right and proposed strong cryptography as a tool to effect social and political change.

We align with their vision. We hope to make it easy for end users to understand how these cryptographic tools work and how to use them effectively and maturely to make privacy a choice in their lives.

Cryptography is not just fun for geeks and nerds and privacy advocates. It's not some complicated application only coders and cryptographers use. It's fun and easy and people just like you are taking their privacy back. You can to.
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Written by Grant Hunter, 24 October 2017
If the internet was a piece of art, public key cryptography would be the brushes used to express the painter's vision - I think this analogy works on every level! It is the application of maths in a practical environment, such that the algorithms themselves are the very building blocks.

Written by Matt Wolfe, 24 October 2017
Is Bitcoin the biggest technological innovation since the internet itself, or is it the biggest load of hype around a new emerging technology the world has ever seen?
What if I told you the answer was yes to both? 
Written by Matt Wolfe, 10 December 2017
Over the last several weeks we have seen a wave of privacy advocates hit the internet forums and blogs to make a case for privacy and anonymity as net neutrality is in the mainstream media once again. 

There are those who, if they had it their way, privacy and anonymity would not only be illegal, but impossible to obtain....
Written by Grant Hunter, 28 November 2017
Also known as Two Factor Authentication, 2FA, or TFA, Double Factor Authentication is a type of Multi-Factor Authentication. It is a method of confirming your claimed identity by utilizing a combination of two different components. Basically, 2FA, adds a second level of authentication to the log-in of an account (when you have to enter only your username and one password, that's considered a single-factor authentication). It requires you to have two out of the three following types of credentials before being able to access an account:
Written by Matt Wolfe, 22 December 2017
It seems for the first time ever, everyday people are talking about encryption, security and private keys. It’s a dangerous world online, and now it seems more people are wising up to this fact. What caused this shift? I mean, aside from the constant bombardment of hackers and cyber attacks taking over the media for decades. - All Rights Reserved - Terms Of Service
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