No one should be imprisoned or executed based on secret evidence that cannot be fairly evaluated for its reliability, and the ruling in this case will help prevent that injustice.
Vanilla JS reference site continues to be one of my favorites.
lol remember when Voatz tried to win brownie points with the infosec community by presenting at Defcon
When it comes to attempts by @Voatz@twitter.com to disrupt democracy with blockchain voting, “Elections are not a market, they are a public good” I tell @Chitra_Ragavan@twitter.com in @firstname.lastname@example.org. https://swaay.com/is-secure-online-voting-too-good-to-be-true
I'm just thinking about this blog post I wrote in 2018. Because even when Twitter makes a good decision, the first sentence comes to mind: Why does the entire world have to wait on the CEO of one US company to make a decision?
I'm finally seeing toots that have been posted more recently. I think the biggest issue around doing a root cause analysis is that I do not know where to look to see why the problem happened in the first place. My best guess is that I let my SSL cert expire and it took a while for everything to get set right after I got certbot to refresh my cert. Oh well. Glad it's working again.
Last week, Google announced its own VPN service. Trusting Google's VPN would be like trusting a VPN from the NSA. Here's why giving Google direct access to all your online activity is a terrible idea: https://protonvpn.com/blog/google-vpn/
@ItsMorgan I dutifully accept every free game on he Epic Games store and never play any of them