ASPI, another excellent research center. You could find their high quality public reports here.
"...the employee is a Level 20 Principal Security staffer, the highest technical level within Huawei". Huawei said employee acted on its own. Huawei thought everyone in this world was three year old kid easy to fool and cheat. How much time did L20 employee spend in coding last year? I guess nearly zero in 95% confidence level. And now he has passion in kernel development?
Citizenlab strikes again.
DoH public servers.
Something basic about digital security.
Invidious makes life better.
Citizenlab always has some excellent reports.
They always give you some feelings like, OMG, they did this. That's great. That's amazing.
‘Zoom is malware’: why experts worry about the video conferencing platform
Let's be clear. The lack of focus on privacy and security, while a typical silicon valley flaw, was a choice of profit over security.
We should never ever forget the official USSR death toll for Chernobyl was 31. Not great, not terrible.
"Craig Mazin said that 'The lesson of Chernobyl isn't that modern nuclear power is dangerous. The lesson is that lying, arrogance, and suppression of criticism are dangerous'"
Is COVID-19 just a flu? Finally, people know it is not.
"We have 10 parties in Parliament. From the very left-wing to the really, really right-wing. And they all agree. There is nearly 100 percent consensus about this."
This is what the government should be like, by the people, for the people. They would lead people out of this downward period more quickly.
Many people recommend that you frequently update your software packages. However, sometimes updating packages isn't sufficient. If an update introduces or deprecates settings, then you may also need to change configuration files.
For instance, on Arch Linux, some package updates create a modified *.pacnew file. Look for such files (find / -name "*.pacnew" on your system, compare them with the existing file (diff -y conf conf.pacnew), and act accordingly.
While we're all focused on the Corona crisis the US government is quietly pushing an internet #surveillance bill that is aimed at abolishing message encryption:
We should probably pay attention to this and spread awareness even if we are not American: https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/03/earn-it-bill-governments-not-so-secret-plan-scan-every-message-online
Since Feb, most articles published on medrxiv were about COVID-19. If you want to invest some efforts into COVID-19, you should spend more time to read serious, quality scientific information about COVID-19, less social media chats. Everyone should check it.
Wikipedia has coronavirus pandemic page you could check everyday to follow the situation. Data update everyday.
UK's herd immunity strategy is too crazy. It's like a gamble. UK put ordinary people's life on the table. Just like let yourself to fight against COVID-19, if you win, you live, if you lose, you die. It's not humane. People who suggest this idea know nothing about the power of COVID-19, has no respect for citizens in UK, and has no basic humanitarian thinking.
The powerful contagious ability of COVID-19 is very likely stronger than SARS.
As hospitalised patients become more and more, COVID-19 exhausts country's medical resources. It's like injuring a soldier damages more than just killing as it needs other people and resources to rescue.
Most patients in mild condition would be fine in the end. But to those in severe and critical condition, it's a war against death.
Sometimes toot, still active. In terms of critical thinking, everyone could and should ask some basic questions to think clearly.
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