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RT @mjg59
This is infuriating. This is not what security policies exist to protect against. Using them as an excuse to fire someone who believed they were doing the right thing just encourages people to view security as an adversary.

RT @duolingo
This is a sign to indulge in your favorite treat because it's AND the 5th anniversary of our Welsh course! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

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When you beat a game containing micro transactions without spending a penny. Pretty proud of myself right now. Come at me game studio.

If you think this is bad, you got to check out what your company department in charge of infosec collect in the name of security. This is nothing by comparison.
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RT @WolfieChristl
Esoteric metrics based on analyzing extensive data about employee activities has been mostly the domain of fringe software vendors. Now it's built into MS 365.

A new feature to calculate 'productivity scores' turns Microsoft 365 into an full-fledged wor…
twitter.com/WolfieChristl/stat

Only way to respond to a weird neighborhood wireless network (red arrow). Start a response wireless network.

RT @DougGore
Must admit I lol'd at this one 🕷️🕸️

Washington Post lower third writer pulling no punches and taking no shit. Respect.

RT @flightradar24
To celebrate the opening of Berlin Brandenburg Airport, easyJet and Lufthansa will perform a parallel inaugural landing in about 30 minutes.

Track the 2 inaugural flights
easyJet: flightradar24.com/EJU3110/25ea
Lufthansa: flightradar24.com/DLH2020/25ea

I think I've found the best aircraft tail-code ever seen by my ADS-B receiver....

I'm loving my vacation time, allowing me to write what I want at my own pace.

So happy this works too.... I know it's nerdy, but yeah, come at me.

A sensible and entirely transparent response, well done. We all make mistakes, it's how you react and repair those mistakes that you should be judged by. And another drama on the internet ends.
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RT @Raspberry_Pi
A statement from Raspberry Pi Foundation CEO Philip Colligan on protecting our trademarks.
twitter.com/Raspberry_Pi/statu

Ways not to handle trademark infringement that actually embraces and improves engagement with your brand. This way. Polite engagement > Sending a cease and desist immediately.
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RT @RPiSpy

twitter.com/RPiSpy/status/1318

In today's hobby project, one of the issues you sometimes get as a malware researcher, the websites are geo-blocked for a particular country. So just finished a project I'm calling "globaleye" to screenshot, archive and analyse these without having to resort to VPNs

Yeah alright signatory governments. You first. Also a reminder that the maths behind great encryption schemes is already public. War lost before it has already begun.
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RT @zackwhittaker
The Five Eyes (UK, U.S., Canada, Australia, and NZ) have issued the most direct call for tech companies to install encryption backdoors in recent years. For context, in 2018 the Five Eyes called for backdoors with an "or else" clause. https://tcrn.…
twitter.com/zackwhittaker/stat

When I hide Easter eggs in my brother's aviation engineering website...

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