Server Update pikaur We changed the AUR-Helper a few days ago. The following command installs pikaur, deletes yay, and performs a server update. yay -S pikaur –noconfirm && sudo …
PwOSS provides information and images for everyone who would like to learn more about the subject. With these information and images (for the Raspberry Pi) you will be able to keep your data for yourself.
Common devices like smartphones and computer will be in focus for now. After all, devices like refrigerators, generally – smart homes and other IoT-Infrastructure will be part of the discussion too. Similarly, stays in certain cities and countries are not negligible.
FOSS/FLOSS stands for Free and Open Source Software / Free/Libre Open Source Software (Wikipedia-Link).
These terms (commonly known as Open Source) describe software which source code is public to read and modify. Due to that, this software suits very well for data protection since data leaks can be ruled out.
PwOSS works mostly with Open Source Software to provide a maximum of privacy.
But remember: Every developer need your support to pay his bills. Services from Google etc. seem to be for free at first glance, but they sell your data like locations and much more.
You don’t know anything about data protection but you don’t want to leave your whole privacy up to corporations?
Take a look at our forum. Here you are able to find many helpful tips and tricks to improve your data protection on your end devices. Don’t be shy, after all, we aren’t omniscient either.
Let’s work on it together and tackle the data protection issues we are currently facing in our connected world.