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I curate a personal newsletter where you can expect various reflections on cyber security, privacy and surveillance. You can also expect links I have found interesting, as well as books that I’m reading or updates on art projects I am working on.

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Archive

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Jan 5, 2020 What To Do For Users At Risk
Dec 15, 2019 The Year of the Phish
Nov 17, 2019 iVerify App Launched To Provide Security Oversight and Recommendations to iPhone Users
Nov 11, 2019 The Economic Inequality of Mobile Security
Oct 10, 2019 Moroccan Human Rights Defenders Targeted with NSO Group's Spyware
Sep 22, 2019 What am I doing at Amnesty International?
Aug 23, 2019 Evolving Phishing Attacks Targeting Human Rights Defenders in Middle-East and North Africa
May 15, 2019 More on Mobile Security and Device Integrity
May 14, 2019 On the WhatsApp 0day and legal action against NSO Group
Apr 4, 2019 Exodus: How the Discovery of a Malware Revealed a Spy Scandal in Italy
Mar 8, 2019 Phishing Attacks Using Third-Party Applications Against Egyptian Civil Society Organizations
Feb 13, 2019 The Death of The Exploit
Jan 22, 2019 The Losing Battle of Phishing Education
Dec 20, 2018 Phishing, Two-Factor Authentication and False Myths
Dec 5, 2018 NSO Group and the Surveillance of Saudi Dissidents