This is a comprehensive repository for many, if not all, topics related to Hong Kong, and in addition, this repository contains a detailed list of western companies who bend to Chinese will and censor themselves or others in order to appease the CCP.
A shell script that lets you copy Git repos up to the IPFS network.
Bot that can be joined to the Mastodon network. Listens for people to send DNS resolution requests to it, sends back the canonical replies.
The book that started the Creative Commons movement.
A wiki that documents vendors of surveillance, wiretapping, and interception technologies, what their products are capable of, and the countries that buy their gear and what they use it for. Also discusses some of the issues surrounding large-scale communications interception.
Some useful suggestions for bloggers who are also politically or socially active, i.e., a likely target of (secret) police because of their opinions or social connections. In short, develop a contingency plan in the event that you are captured, hospitalized, or killed that lets trusted associates act in your stead on your website. I've looked over this article and they recommend a large number of things that I also have built into my dead man's switches, so I recommend it.
A website that tests to see if arbitrary URLs are accessible from within China (behind Golden Shield/The Great Firewall).
OONI is a project for collecting and analyzing data pertaining to Internet censorship and surveillance around the world. The project aims to determine and chart just what measures are in place where and how effective they are.
Their source code reside in a Git repository at torproject.org.
The site is also accessible through this Tor hidden service: http://5m4rylprkig4swgg.onion/