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The Climate Strike License

The Climate Strike License, lets developers prohibit the use of their code by applications or companies that threaten to accelerate climate change through fossil fuel extraction.

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We have (finally) built our new DNS system

It’s taken us longer than we ever planned we have finished building our own new sustainably hosted DNS network. It’s fast, efficient, and green and we are pretty pleased about it.

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Why Debian is our post CentOS distro choice

Since the announcement that CentOS was changing, we have been thinking about our alternative options. This is why we are choosing to put our faith in and servers on Debian.

Ethical Search Engines

Your default search engine finds everything you could possibly need to know, but you could choose one that saves the planet and protects your privacy too.

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Branch Magazine

Branch is a great online magazine “for people who dream of a sustainable and just internet for all.”

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Why and how to check ToS and policies

Nobody really reads the Terms of Service, Terms of Use, or Privacy Policy of all the online services they use. Here’s why you should and a useful tool to help.

MTA-STS (briefly) explained

A simple and brief explanation of what Mail Transfer Agent Strict Transport Security is and how it works.

The Great Hack

Why to watch The Great Hack

You should watch this documentary on the Cambridge Analytica scandal If you care at all about data privacy issues, or if you are blissfully ignorant of them.

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Ethical G Suite alternatives

Why you might not want to use Google to provide your business email and a few of our favourite ethical alternatives.

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Why we disable TLS 1.0 & 1.1

Why we disable older versions of TLS on our servers, even if internet giants like Facebook and Google don’t.