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Add 2 intercept interviews.

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<a id="Daan"></a>
Daan, December 2017
Daan is a 18 years old ICT (information and communications technology)
student and a security researcher. He lives in the Netherlands and
cares a lot about privacy.
He learned about Tails on the Tor website after he started using Tor.
He tried Tails, noticed that everything was routed through Tor by
default and liked it. He also immediately appreciated that
cryptography tools, such as OpenPGP encryption, are readily
accessible. The memory erasure on shutdown feature was another
key point.
Daan is a power-user who themed his Tails and uses additional software
packages. He uses Tails only when he feels it's needed and not daily,
for example when he feels like the government may target him because
he looks up specific information. He uses Tails for penetration
testing, sharing files privately with his friends, and occasionally
for software development.
Things he likes:
1. Memory erasure on shutdown.
2. Access to encryption tools (OpenPGP, KeePassX).
3. No data leaves the computer without going through Tor.
Things he dislikes:
1. He find the applications menu hard to use (but he likes GNOME).
2. He would like to see [tcpcrypt]( integrated
in Tails.
3. He finds the Tails user interface glossy and thinks it should
look fancier.
4. He wants server functionality in Tails.
<a id="Charles"></a>
Charles, December 2017
Charles is 30 years old and lives in North America. He is a political
activist working on law reform at the state level. He cares about free
software and calls himself a "purist". He is part of an organization
that provides computers and cell phones with free software
(_libreboot_, _Replicant_) to people.
Around 2012, Bill Binney's revelations about the amount of spying done
by the US government shocked him and prompted him to re-evaluate his
decisions about how he kept control of his data & communication.
This made him start to use Tor and Tails.
Since three years, Charles uses Tails daily. He submits bug reports
and sends suggestions to the developers. He is a power-user at ease in
a terminal; he installs additional packages to adapt Tails to
his needs. He mainly uses Tails for IRC and XMPP chat, email, web
browsing and SSH.
Things he likes:
1. He has a sense of trust in the people who work on the Tails
project, and particularly about the fact they will make decisions
that will be in his best interest.
2. Something he calls "usability": once the desired settings are in
place, every time he boots Tails it's fresh (but customized as
3. Tor is integrated system-wide by default, which avoids the need to
configure another OS to achieve this goal.
Things he dislike:
1. Tails lacks support for next-generation IM (e.g. OMEMO); he is
aware that this support might be available via Additional Software
Packages already, but he thinks it should be available by default.
2. Charles misses a really free software version of Tails (Linux Libre
kernel, no firmware).
3. Charles misses support for server-related features (XMPP server,
Media Goblin, Mumble).
<a id="Miguel"></a>
Miguel, May 2017
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