End-to-end encryption protects your video chats from prying eyes & data leaks, which is even more important as we work and socialize remotely. Through the latest @NGIZero funding call NLnet supports new E2E encryption for the popular open source #JitsiMeet video chat solution, as well as a host of open source & open hardware projects like: peer-to-peer editing @libreoffice, live streaming in @pixelfed, automated vulnerability scanning for GNU Guix and much more -> https://nlnet.nl/news/2020/20200910-SelectedProjectsNGI2020-06.html
@peertube is also planning to add P2P live streaming without chat/GIFs/whatever, at least for now. And assuming people will donate the remaining 18.230EUR (30%) of the 60.000EUR, so it will be even possible to do. So besides donating to #Jitsi, @libreoffice, @pixelfed, maybe also donate to #PeerTube by @Framasoft at https://joinpeertube.org/roadmap... just saying
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