We need your help for our YouTube Channel!

We have been trying our hands at video for a while now. We started out with the idea of producing well scripted and shot video resources for the YT channel just as the pandemic was about to hit us. All of us at IFF were eagerly looking forward to it. But alas, we couldn’t do it as planned! The pandemic forced us all to make drastic accommodations. However, to keep engaging with the public, we started making basic explainer videos in the confines of our homes. We are on it and trying to overcome the logistical constraints that we are facing. We would be immensely grateful if you could help us in getting touch with video creators or editors who can help us make the process a little simpler. Drop in an email at [email protected] if you have any leads!

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Earlier this month, we hosted a webinar with Sowjhanya Shankaran and Yash Kadakia on the powers and the technical ability of the police to seize personal digital devices, recover chats or other elements of electronics evidence.

Incase you missed this insightful conversation, watch it here:


i don’t want to sound pessimistic but when we are a platform for advocating privacy what is it good if we use google properties? can we not use peertube or some other open source privacy respecting alternatives? just a thought… Sorry Farkhanda, I do appreciate your work but not the medium.

There’s always the issue of reach – whether we like it or not, YouTube is extremely popular, and basically everyone has watched at least one video on YouTube. If you’re super uncomfortable with YouTube, there’s always the various instances of invidio.us; even though the main project has shut down, there are various instances up and running which enable you to watch YouTube videos without being anywhere near Google.

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