Try these projects while stuck inside https://www.fastcompany.com/90482591/stop-watching-netflix-and-tackle-these-8-tech-projects-instead
@dirtycommo it's definitely about a virus. At the same time, people who seek power are trying to use the uncertainty to their advantage. The best thing you can do is take prevention seriously, watch new legislation closely and raise awareness about power grabbing. Also, watch the EFF for updates about privacy law: https://www.eff.org/issues/covid-19
@fluttergirly bring tacos and nobody will fight.
@f2k1de end to end encrypted chat, file sharing and a lot more. It is great.
#WFH tips from Thorn: https://www.thorn.org/blog/thorn-tips-working-from-home-remote/
@neauoire why remove electronics? For safety, or?
#CambridgeUniversityPress books are all available to be read online without charge until May.
Good time to learn something new.
@sir ship it!
Pitching „live“ facial recognition to law enforcement #Clearview https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20200305/16042744045/wolfcom-decides-it-wants-to-be-first-us-body-cam-company-to-add-facial-recognition-tech-to-products.shtml #gesichtserkennung
A new critical 17-years-old RCE #vulnerability (CVE-2020-8597) affecting 'Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) daemon' opens nearly all popular #Linux based operating systems and many other embedded devices to remote hackers.
Review for the #Slimbook #ProX #Linux laptop. Really beautiful, great spec, great price. @slimbook is doing some great work! Check it out if you are looking for a high-powered portable. https://dfir.science/2020/02/Slimbook-Pro-X-Review.html
@cypnk You're right. Not sure how effective reporting would be. Creating a public directory of one's that leaked would be interesting / helpful. I just use it as a filter tag for my inbox.