Follow

As long as the code behind "smart" home devices is proprietary, these companies are free to spy on us as much as they like. Help us fight back: tell your friends about free software and urge then to join the FSF! Support . fsf.org

@fsf
Bruh, you have literally nothing to fear, unless you're a criminal.

@LukeAlmighty @fsf
Who gets to define what a "criminal" is? Would it be the same entity that is supposed to "protect" your privacy, yet continuously violates your privacy and locks record numbers of non-violent people in cages? Wake up, bruh.

@LukeAlmighty @fsf
Why do all dictators and totalitarian governments say, "If you have nothing hide, you have nothing to fear"? There's nothing wrong protecting your privacy. It's actually a tenant of a free society, hence the founders including it in the Constitution.

@MuuhdistMonk @fsf
A society has to be build around trust.
If you cannot trust the government you democratically voted in, then how can we trust the food we eat is not genetically modified?

Nah, I have nothing to hide. And you shouldn't have either.

@fsf It's kind of ridiculous all these "smart" devices. It's easier to f*** with you by supposedly being your friend than your enemy. Amazon makes many people think it's their friend. It isn't. It's everyone's enemy. Big techs nailed it with this idea.

Sign in to participate in the conversation
Hostux.social

This service is offered by alarig.
Beer, privacy and free software lovers. Join us!