Terms of Service

Today we are proud to unveil the official Terms of Service for users of our hosted platform. Instead of a giant wall of fine print to click past, we’ve worked hard to craft a concisely worded, readable document; It doesn’t just exist to outline our terms, it’s also meant to educate….

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A Letter to the Editor

Last week, Gibberfish was the subject of an article in the Seven Days newspaper. We responded to the article on this blog, and also sent a letter to the editor, which was printed in this week’s edition. We have re-printed it here as it appears in the Letters to the Editor…

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Beta Testers Wanted!

Since our beginning about four months ago, we, the working board members of Gibberfish, Inc have been “eating our own dog food”, as the saying goes. We use the platform we’ve developed to have regular meetings over video chat, share files, and collaborate on documents. That’s how we’ve learned which…

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Why make Gibberfish now?

Today’s information security climate is composed of a patchwork of state, national and international law. Authorities all over the world have broad powers allowing the seizure of your data. While some privacy protections do exist, the de-facto exercise of poorly regulated spy craft results in the bulk collection of records….

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Guest Blogger

Editor’s note: Our blog post, Protect Your Privacy in 5 Minutes, garnered a lot of positive feedback. However, one reader felt that it did not go far enough. While we stand by our recommendations, we offered to publish his rebuttal, which you can read below. On Monday [ed: 4/10/17], a blog…

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Protect Your Privacy in 5 Minutes

Hello! Our recent Facebook post about SearX seems to have struck a chord, given the number and diversity of page views. I believe this reflects a growing awareness of and concern about how large online services collect your information and who they share it with. Many alternatives exist, but in the…

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Gibberfish Finds a Niche!

When we first announced ourselves on the Diaspora social network, we were quickly contacted by an international aid worker named Oswaldo Saumet who was interested in volunteering for our project. We asked him to share a little bit about himself and what made him excited about Gibberfish’s platform. Here he is in his…

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