Good morning, snowy Brussels! Despite the dangers fosstodon.org/@fosdem/10152177 starts. Let's now go the "ethics and blockchain" session.

Mitchell Baker speaking without slides (it seems there is a technical glitch).

Now, Deb Nicholson on "Blockchain: The Ethical Considerations" (first slide: a man working on a giant strawberry)

(I'm disappointed: this big room - Janson - is not full.)

Very good talk of Tom Hacohen about the pleasures of developing a really serious privacy-oriented application.

* everything is done on the client : changing the protocol requires to upgrade all clients
* data is encrypted client-side, the developer never sees the data, so cannot debug data-related issues.

Now, a guy with a french accent on stage. " and the right to data portability"

RFC 171 on screen (about transfer of datas between centralized silos).

Now, Veronika Nad on , and how it could benefit from free software.

(The room is not full, which is very rare for the Decentralized Internet and Privacy devroom.)

Suivre

@steven_ovadia There were not on the screen (a lot of technical problems, it seems, this year) but I assume so, yes.

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