Privacy with Open Source Software

Data protection is our main concern for the daily usage of digital devices. In times of data collectors like Facebook, Google and Co. Data protection is becoming more important. All devices are important at this point:
From PCs to smartphones and servers.
PwOSS provides user-friendly open source software and images which are ready to go for everyday use for you as a normal to inexperienced end-user. It provides information for people who are interested in data protection, a community which works together to ensure your data stays with you.
It doesn’t make any difference if you are a construction worker or an IT specialist. Data protection can and should be a concern for everyone.

PwOSS is a project for everyone.

Do you think you have nothing to hide?

If you are still searching for further reasons why data protection and privacy does affect you as well, take a look at our information summary.

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Monthly Server Update – May`19

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PwOSS – Server Interruptions

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New Software – DNSCrypt

  We have added dnscrypt-proxy to our image (which will be updated next month on the 20th) and to our “(Scratch Docu).md” files for the Pi and Arch Linux 64-bit …

Monthly Server Update – April`19

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Google data collection research

  This is a brilliant research and another reason why we should discontinue some of the services of large companies.   While the public has been focused on the ongoing …