528: Where's Your Data?
LINUX Unplugged

528: Where's Your Data?

18 Sep • 1hr 8m
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Show Notes

Today's theme is data sovereignty, and we'll check in with two crucial projects that are giving you more options. Special Guest: Noah Chelliah.


98,029 sats
19 Sep
This summer I switched over to Tailscale from OpenVPN and WireGuard after hearing all of the great stories on the show. Wow, what a homelab game changer! During my summer travels I had fast access to my LAN and setup Linode exit nodes when I needed them. I avoided the hotspot throttling limits with Easytether and a local exit node. I have been struggling to get Easytether working on Nixos. Thanks for the great show and this zip should be an easy one to find. Looking forward to the meetups!
9,000 sats
21 Sep
love the show
7,100 sats
18 Sep
European scepticism around the US security agencies including the NSA in my opinion stems from the quite wide authority given to such agencies without requiring a court order. In Denmark any wiretapping would require a court order - even for terror related cases. Authorities may need to act here and now in some cases and then ask for the court order in retrospect - with the risk of being denied such auth and thus loose whatever intelligence gathered. Boost amount is my post code.
21 Sep
NSA tapped other European countries through Denmark. I guess it didn’t require court order?
6,216 sats
23 Sep
Love the show. Linux Mint ftw! Sats are postal code in Norway.
4,000 sats
19 Sep
On the No Nix Challenge, saying something nice about a different Linux distro is easy, I say the Challenge's punishment should be having to say something good about windows.
2,222 sats
21 Sep
Speaking of Data Sovereignty, id love to know how i can close up my ports and just exit with Tailscale! Been using it for about a year after having some issues initially, but, has been great on the second go around. Cant wait for the meetuos next month!