Welcoming Gitter to Matrix! | Matrix.org
This article by Barton Gelman, in the Atlantic, pulls from sources within the Republican Party, and lays out their strategy to stay in power, essentially engage in a coup, if they lose the election.
Regardless of how many of us feel about elections, this is something we have to pay attention to.
The strategy Gelman talks about has three phases.
The first is using the police and forces from the Right to intimidate voters in cities in swing states.
"For 18 months, residents of a village in Wales have been mystified as to why their broadband internet crashed every morning.
Now engineers have finally identified the reason: A second-hand television that emitted a signal that interfered with the connection."
UC Berkeley Inappropriately Admitted Students as Favors to Donors
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Linux Journal is Back | Linux Journal
Eviction startup gets gig workers to help landlords kick people out - Business Insider
https://www.businessinsider.com/eviction-startup-civvl-gig-workers-landlords-covid-2020-9 this is real sad to be doing at all but especially during covid!!
Single sign-on is not only convenient, it also comes with a lot of security risks: https://www.wired.com/story/single-sign-on-facebook-google-apple/
Instead, use a password manager like KeePass, and look out for Google alternatives whenever possible. Here are some recommendations: https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/how-to-leave-google-gmail/ 😀💪
@eff Countries in the Americas are missing a key opportunity to strengthen their safeguards on communications privacy with rights and principles common to the global data protection toolkit. 5/
@eff Since 2018, Brazil, Barbados, and Panama have adopted GDPR-inspired laws in the region. These set a legal basis for safeguards on the processing of personal data, and a right not to be subject to automated decision-making and portability. 3/
These apps are stealing your most private data and it should be a crime | iMore