Michael Collins, the astronaut who took this photo, is the only human, alive or dead that isn't in the frame of this picture, 1969
Well the point of a TL;DR is to reduce verbage rather than increase it. So iterating specific groups seems less helpful to me is all. Which is why I'd reduce that whole ball of wax (considering your points) to basically this (keep in mind we elaborate more elsewhere):
TL;DR: Unpopular opinions are welcome, explicit hate-speech is not. Be respectful. CW nudity and spoilers. Respect others users right to disengage. You must be 16 years or older and a STEM student or professional to join our server.
Short sweet, covers most of the points you just brought up. Reserving the right to suspend any account seems more applicable. in the long form to me as are the iterations and other details. After all this is meant to be a TLDR.
.@Amazon has just announced a one-year moratorium on police use of its dangerous "Rekognition" facial recognition tool.
But Amazon's @RING still partners with 1300 law enforcement agencies to put surveillance tech in the hands of unaccountable police. http://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/06/amazon-ring-must-end-its-dangerous-partnerships-police
If you're a protester, consider taking actions like switching your phone to airplane mode or leaving it home altogether.
Thought you might be interested - I just finished the first two videos of the Stanford University course Introduction to Mathematical Thinking by Keith Devlin.
It's surprisingly interesting from my non-math perspective. The course tries to bridge the gap between K-12 rote math and "real world" math and calculations.
I'm not far into the course yet, but so far, I'm finding it interesting.... which means it's likely WAAAY too basic for you, but I am coming from a place where I use to have a disdain for math.
Our stance on contact tracing is that it can be used to track dissidents, reporters, friends and families.
Looks like it is being used in Minneapolis to connect the dots of protestors, based upon this tweet.
Please reconsider your practices and software choices if you prefer to have your right to peacefully assemble be free from harassment and intelligence gathering.
Some tips from the EFF (https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/attending-protest).
Before the Protest
- Enable full-disk encryption on your device
- Remove fingerprint unlock and FaceID
- Install Signal
- Back up your data
- Buy a prepaid, disposable phone
- Consider biking or walking to the protest (to avoid Automated License Plate Reader Systems)
During the Protest
- Take photos and videos without unlocking your device
- Enable airplane mode
After the Protest
- Scrub metadata on photos
Computer, privacy, and medicine geek.
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