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Wow. Thanks @inkscape for participating in my #LibreOffice & #OpenDocument poster. Yes, the poster is created with #Inkscape. I want to share it to the whole world!

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Mala tempora currunt
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RT @fabiochiusi
“On one hand, citizens are asked to accept the possibility of being filmed under the pretext that they have nothing to fear if they have done nothing wrong. And at the same time the police refuse to be filmed, which is a right in every democracy” cnn.com/2020/11/28/europe/fran
twitter.com/fabiochiusi/status

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What if web pages had to pay me every time theirJavascript ran on my computer and put my CPU to 100%

I think that would be fair

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Question for network hackers (please boost).

What's the safest way to prove that the ethernet responding to a certain public IP (v4) is located in a certain nation (or at least continent)?

I mean, I can use a geolocation db but I guess it could be outdated. Trace routing the IP and geolocating each hop through the db? Maybe better but... is there an even better way?

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Today I'd like to discuss Conduit, which is what XML Conduit and HTML Conduit is built upon! Maybe that's where they get their names?

Conduit is a system for definining pipelines that can switch between push & pull.

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A "Conduit" is a function which takes a trailing function to call with some argument and returns a "Pipe". A Pipe is essentiallya linked list with a "final result", though it has several other interesting features.

1/?

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Question for network hackers (please boost).

What's the safest way to prove that the ethernet responding to a certain public IP (v4) is located in a certain nation (or at least continent)?

I mean, I can use a geolocation db but I guess it could be outdated. Trace routing the IP and geolocating each hop through the db? Maybe better but... is there an even better way?

Question for network hackers (please boost).

What's the safest way to prove that the ethernet responding to a certain public IP (v4) is located in a certain nation (or at least continent)?

I mean, I can use a geolocation db but I guess it could be outdated. Trace routing the IP and geolocating each hop through the db? Maybe better but... is there an even better way?

Question for network hackers (please boost).

What's the safest way to prove that the ethernet responding to a certain public IP (v4) is located in a certain nation (or at least continent)?

I mean, I can use a geolocation db but I guess it could be outdated. Trace routing the IP and geolocating each hop through the db? Maybe better but... is there an even better way?

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When you call yourself “free and open source” and you’re a raging surveillance capitalist.

Hey, FOSS Post, you’re a bit shit, aren’t you, darling?

#SurveillanceCapitalism

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@Science

"“It can scarcely be denied that the supreme goal of all theory is to make the irreducible basic elements as simple and as few as possible without having to surrender the adequate representation of a single datum of experience.”

-- Einstein

(The origin of the following psudo-quote most likely)

“Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler”

@General

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Connected to my Plan 9 slice at SDF, built and installed and tested a program from my local fs via /mnt/term :) #plan9 #sdf #bootcamp2020

Paolo Vecchi  
I'm wondering if the EDPB shouldn't intervene with an official communication against #Microsoft as they are once again misleading the public, first...
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I'm wondering if the EDPB shouldn't intervene with an official communication against #Microsoft as they are once again misleading the public, first with their invalid SCCs and now by stating they comply and exceed EDPB's recommendations.

There is absolutely nothing in their blog and attached document that resembles any of the additional measures required to comply with EDPB's recommendations but it seems like it doesn't really matter to them.

#SchremsII #Privacy

blogs.microsoft.com/on-the-iss

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Pazzesco...
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RT @HawleyMO
Rush gets it: Zuckerberg admitted under oath today that Facebook DOES have the ability to coordinate censorship with @twitter and @google, and a FB whistleblower has explained how they do it rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2020/11
twitter.com/HawleyMO/status/13

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Ugh, @GitHub waking up, reminding me that I already had a #YouTubeDL fork I forgot about.

Sorry but no, erasing it and forking again is *not* an option, this is rewriting history to please @RIAA. 😠

I did nothing wrong, nor @YouTubeDLTeam. Just put it back and I'll push to it.

And it's specially ridiculous considering I didn't push to this one for years and it only has like 1 commit from me.

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RT @sonoclaudio
@CIaudiaGiulia @BiennaleTech @PoliTOnews @quinta @fabiofossa36 @aloreggia @Francesco_AI @SalvoSapie Se tutte le bande fossero così ..... 👏🙏

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"We have filed a separate Sensitive Data takedown request of this file: /widevine-l3-decryptor as it contains the secret Widevine RSA private key, which was extracted from the Widevine CDM and can be used in other circumvention technologies."

github.com/github/dmca/blob/ma

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RT @citypat1
#smartworking secondo @killphil
e @quinta Il principale sforzo sarà nella trasformazione di mentalità (e organizzazione) dei manager fermi al concetto di prestazioni in remoto rispetto al lavoro per obiettivi
collettiva.it/speciali/idea-di

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⚠️ #StopLoiSecuriteGlobale 🚫
Parce que nous n’acceptons pas que ce gouvernement piétine nos droits et nos libertés les plus fondamentales.
Parce que nous ne voulons pas vivre dans un #etatpolicier et dans une société de la surveillance.
Dessin @AllanBARTE@twitter.com
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