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We know the bugs are coming. We just don't know when.
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"There is no amount of regulation, transparency, or oversight that will fix the dangers inherent in widespread face surveillance. Only a full ban — a federal ban, covering the use of facial recognition by government agencies, in public places, and in public contracts with private entities — can prevent our nightmares from becoming reality." https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/evangreer/dont-regulate-facial-recognition-ban-it
Seattle GNU/Linux Conference Call for Papers is OFFICIALLY OPEN! June 25 - August 11!
Won't you join us? We are a wonderful OSS conference in our SEVENTH year!
🚨 Foreigners crossing certain Chinese borders are being forced to install malware on their Android phones.
"The malware downloads a tourist’s text messages, calendar entries, and phone logs, as well as scans the device for over 70,000 different files." https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/7xgame/at-chinese-border-tourists-forced-to-install-a-text-stealing-piece-of-malware
Raspberry PI 4 Released - Complete specs and pricing - nixCraft
Raspberry Pi 4 released. It is a comprehensive upgrade to provide a PC-like performance with 4 core CPU+4GB ram running on forthcoming Debian Linux 10.
The ENIAC Programmers: how women invented modern programming and were then written out of the history books
The Chinese government appears to have launched a major new internet crackdown, blocking the country’s citizens from accessing The Intercept’s website other Western news organizations. https://theintercept.com/2019/06/07/china-bans-the-intercept-and-other-news-sites-in-censorship-black-friday/
“Most of the services we have are meant to be federated. The net was designed for it...This is the intended goal of the little gesture I call FreedomBox: the manufacture of simple, inexpensive, self-administrating servers, " says Eben Moglen.
WATCH: "Eben Moglen - Why Freedom of Thought Requires Attention"
Combating disinformation with more information instead of censorship in Taiwan -