I guess the best advice I can offer is:
* Bring some sort of camera, set it up while you're out of the room
* Be ready to name and shame hotels
* Inventory your stuff, know what was seized
(they like rounding up soldering irons and lockpick sets)
Making "goons barging into your room" a normal thing is gonna make hotel rape, theft, and spying skyrocket.
Lmao @fribbledom 's great balls post is clearly visible on The Verge' s article on Mastodon/Gab
The ActivityPub spec's overview shows an example of:
1) Alyssa asking Ben about a book she loaned him
2) Ben saying he'll have it to her tomorrow
3) Alyssa passive-aggressively subtweeting about it.
It's good that the documentation includes realistic examples. https://www.w3.org/TR/activitypub/#Overview
Looks like I'll have to turn off Facebook's encrypted messages. @protonmail appears to be wrapping the PGP-encrypted messages Facebook sends with another layer of PGP, causing this error.
Also fun: /pol/ has discovered a list of printers in New Zealand and some Arab countries that expose telnet on port 9100. You know, the same port used by @hackergiraffe
Those of you who had "political memefare" in the what-will-unsecured-printers-do-next pool, come collect your winnings!
So, this looks like one of the first steps towards "Encrypted Facebook"... You can add a PGP public key in your profile. After doing so, you can ask that Facebook encrypts all email sent to you ***including password reset emails***
Gave them the public key for the relevant ProtonMail address, and there was no extra work.
If they're going to build end-to-end encrypted services on top of PGP, this could be super interesting.
Hacker, comedian, RED Scout fan, gold Ekko one-trick. Watching them sorting debris.
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