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33c3 link dump

Last year i visited Hamburg between 27-30 December for Chaos Communication Congress (probably the largest hacking conference of Europe). So i'm posting here a link dump of some interesting projects that i've encountered.

freifunk.net
abcdd.org
no-spy.org
cschh.de
hamburg.freifunk.net
tails.boum.org
vspace.one
digitalcourage.net
netzpolitik.org
freeshell.de
chaotikum.org
geti2p.net
cosin.ch
gnunet.org
mrmco.net
mrmcd.net
fsfe.org
x-hain.de
epicenter.works
prettyeasyprivacy.com
netzfreiheit.org
eloop.org
tilda.center
c3voc.de
internetwache.org
kryptocloud.online
torproject.org
nerdbridge.de
hackenopenair.de
freelauri.com
kamba4.crux.uberspace.de

Have fun!

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