Expectations A Code of Conduct applies to people who interact in a well defined space, either online or IRL. For instance, the forum is an online space where you, as a first time participant, expects that other people present behave according to the Code of Conduct. If you think somone else is working against the Code of Conduct, you also expect help from people who claim to be members of the Enough Community.
What information do we collect? We collect information from you when you register on our site and gather data when you participate in the community by reading, writing, and evaluating the content shared here. When registering on Enough Community sites, you may be asked to enter your name and e-mail address. You may, however, visit our sites without registering. Your e-mail address will be verified by an email containing a unique link.
Enough is a platform for journalists, sources and human rights defenders to communicate privately and securely. It starts as a service providing the same functions and level of security as an online storage provider (such as DropBox, Google Drive etc.). And it can be progressively upgraded with more sophisticated measures, starting with 2FA up to an airgap machine dedicated to decrypting classified documents. Most of Enough users are journailists or human rights defenders who don’t require the highest-level security option provided by systems like SecureDrop.
The Enough Community members strive to: Be friendly, patient and welcoming. We strive to be a community that welcomes and supports people of all backgrounds and identities. This includes, but is not limited to, members of any race, ethnicity, culture, national origin, colour, immigration status, social and economic class, educational level, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, size, family status, political belief, religion and mental and physical ability.
Enough is a community of individuals helping journalists, sources and human right defenders communicate privately and securely. It has no hierarchy: anyone can do what they want as long as they respect others. Differences, divergences and disagreements are encouraged: they are a source of diversity and creativity. Although most of the work is focused on finding innovative methods and create original software, it also is necessary to spend significant time listening to others and improve how we communicate: this is what fuels a friendly community where everyone can feel safe and appreciated.