>In celebration of Data Privacy Day, SpiderOak today announced Semaphor, a new workplace collaboration tool for teams and businesses that care about privacy >Semaphor will be available on all major operating systems as an open source applicatio So, is this the new TOX, but that will actually have day to day development to it and will actually be a secure chat room option? https://spideroak.com/articles/press-release-semaphor-to-give-team-collaboration-privacy As a tool for privacy collaboration, I suppose this will even have a secure webcams system.
>I suppose this will even have a secure webcams system. How secure can webcams get without making the quality suffer?
>>3615 no idea anon. Cryptology is hard.
>>3616 >>3615 But if we can have custom, truly private chat rooms, that's already great.
Is it "rms approved free" or just open sores?
>>3638 no idea. But if it's open source, you can make your own that is RMS approved
>>3640 No, that's not how it works. If you tried to relicense that code, especially with the GPL since you have to make the source available, you would be sued into nonexistence.
New semaphor video https://vimeo.com/158374271
Will it be available for linux or just Windows, OSX, Android(inb4 thats linux) and iOS?
>>4074 spiderOakOne is available for Linux, so semaphor will too most likely