Reset The Net is born! Just one year after Edward Snowden’s first revelations about the actions of the American Big Brother (the NSA), a major awareness campaign supported by Fight for the Future is launched. Its objective: To provide all Internet users with the means to protect themselves from espionage organized by intelligence agencies, led by the NSA. Facebook Cover reset the net Edward Snowden, American computer scientist and former employee of the CIA and the NSA, comes into contact under the pseudo of Verax with the journalists Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras from December 2012.
At the request of Edward Snowden, they exchange only with encrypted means of communication, his exchanges were repeated until the publication of articles on June 5 and 6, 2013 by Glenn Greenwald in The Guardian and Laura Poitras Antigua and Barbuda Email List for the Washington Post. Edward snowden These two articles will be the first of a series revealing in broad daylight, evidence and supporting documents, all the practices of the American and British intelligence services. Of all the revelations, the most publicized concerns the American electronic surveillance program PRISM, under this code name hides a massive collection of data orchestrated by the NSA.
At the origin of the PRISM case
To carry out this large-scale espionage, the NSA will have direct access to data hosted by the American giants, including Facebook , Google , Skype, YouTube, Microsoft, Yahoo !, Aol and even Apple! PRISM_logo_ (PNG) The response to PRISM, Reset The Net or “Réinitialiser le Net” In response to PRISM, the massive Reset The Net communication campaign initiated by the nonprofit influence group Fight for The Future ( www.fightforthefuture.org ) has won the support of some fifty actors. The vast majority of organizations defending freedoms that matter are part of it (Amnesty International, Greenpeace, Electronic Frontier Foundation, etc.). square-take-back Massive surveillance of Internet users by the NSA and other intelligence agencies has damaged the confidence of Internet users, the high-tech industry, suspected of collusion with intelligence services and worried about the economic impact of such a scandal.
Google, Twitter, WordPress, Dropbox and even Mozilla have also responded, some with concrete announcements: WordPress announced SSL by default on all sites hosted on WordPress.com ( #Wordpress In France, large-scale surveys follow one another and the craze for teleworking is gaining ground. Leading websites on the subject are growing (télétravail.fr, zevillage.net, etc.). On the subject of teleworking, French companies have so far been quite resistant to this new organization of work. Recently : the lines start to move, agreements are signed in companies, and the policies take hold of the subject. telecentre-sign The history of teleworking in a few dates …
Reset The Net is a call to fight for a free and open Internet respecting our rights and fundamental freedoms, all join the movement!
1950 – The concept of teleworking appears in the United States in the work of Norbert Wiener (American mathematician) on cybernetics. He presents the story of an architect, who lives in Europe, supervised the construction of a building in the USA using data transmission means. 1962 – Teleworking has its first experiences in England. 1973 – The term “telecommuting” is coined by Jack Nilles (a telecommuting consultant at the University of South Carolina. 1992 – The federal public service in Canada sets up a telework pilot project. 1993 – First definition of teleworking by Thierry Breton (Company director, company director and politician) The development of remote work can be explained by the conjunction of several factors: the economic recession, the tertiarization of the economy and land use planning. 1997 – Signature of the European Charter for remote work.
2000-2001 – The Internet bubble burst with 379 million PCs connected in May 2001. 2002 – Signature by the European partners of a framework agreement on teleworking, there were 9 million teleworkers at that date. Digital has revolutionized our lives, it will also have to change the way we work! Where is teleworking in France? In France, teleworking has been of interest to the public authorities since it has become one of the concerns of citizens. The General Council of Oise communicates on teleworking and launches a call for ideas for innovative digital uses with the slogan ”TELEWORKING IN OISE, JOIN THE MOVEMENT! ” The Department of Oise wishes, thanks to this survey, to identify innovative digital ideas and projects in order to then prioritize the actions to be carried out for the development of teleworking in its territory.