Gabriel Custodiet speaks with Emil Ivov and Saúl Ibarra Corretgé of the Jitsi project. Jitsi is an open-sourced privacy-focused video conferencing software. It requires no registration and can work within a browser. This episode explores Jitsi’s end-to-end encryption in depth, ways to make Jitsi Meet even more private, what Jitsi knows about its users, and some background about this fantastic project.
Guest Links → https://meet.jit.si → https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet → https://jitsi.org/security (Encryption blog) → https://twitter.com/jitsinews → https://twitter.com/emilivov (Emil Ivov) → https://twitter.com/saghul (Saúl Ibarra Corretgé)
Watchman Privacy → https://watchmanprivacy.com (newsletter, consultation requests) → https://twitter.com/watchmanprivacy → https://www.amazon.com/Watchman-Guide-Privacy-Financial-Lifestyle/dp/B08PX7KFS2
Privacy Courses (supports the show) → https://rpf.gumroad.com/l/privatebitcoin → https://rpf.gumroad.com/l/hackproof
Monero Donation Address (If you can’t see the whole string, double click in the middle to select all) →8829DiYwJ344peEM7SzUspMtgUWKAjGJRHmu4Q6R8kEWMpafiXPPNBkeRBhNPK6sw27urqqMYTWWXZrsX6BLRrj7HiooPAy
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