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#HelloWorld! As active members of the open-source community, ProtonMail supports open source projects like Mastodon. Mastodon’s decentralized nature reminds us of the days when the Internet was free and not under the control of a few monopolist giants. Our followers can look forward to toots about service updates, new projects, and news on privacy.

Interessanter Ansatz zum Thema Algorithmen in den grossen sozialen Netzen.

heise.de/ct/inhalt/2019/13/56?

Hat auch Bezug zur Diskussion hier im Fediverse, ob die Zahl der Likes/Favs erkennbar sein soll oder nicht...

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“Biometrie: Hacker kopieren Zehntausende Fotos von USA-Reisenden - SPIEGEL ONLINE” spiegel.de/netzwelt/web/hacker Daten, die erhoben werden, können auch gehackt werden. Deswegen IT-Security by Design PLUS Durchsetzung Datenminimierung PLUS Zurückhaltung bei gesetzlichen Vorgaben

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Auf Betreiben von #FinTech und @GCHQ@twitter.com hat @ETSI_STANDARDS@twitter.com versucht, in die Transportverschlüsselung TLS 1.3 eine Hintertür einzubauen. Als das nicht gelang, machte #ETSI daraus einen eigenen Standard: #ETS. Das ist der #BBA19-Jury 1 #BigBrotherAward wert.

bigbrotherawards.de/2019/techn

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Vermutlich war es nur eine Frage der Zeit...

(Gleichzeitig schöne Werbung für Mozilla's deepvoice. Hat das schonmal jemand mit openhab kombiniert?)

Amazons "Alexa" als Zeugin?. Staat will "Smart Home"-Daten abgreifen.

n-tv.de/politik/Staat-will-Sma

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Mit der Beschneidung der Chrome-API für Werbeblocker nutzt Google seine quasi Monopolstellung auf dem Browser-Markt aus. Die Antwort kann nur sein: Weg von Chrome und weg von Google. Deren Produkte existieren nur, um die Nutzer zu melken.

Tschüss Datenkrake: kuketz-blog.de/tschuess-datenk

Don't forget to vote today!

Wählen gehen heute nicht vergessen!

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The greatest trick the devil ever pulled is how JavaScript got 100x more complex from 2009 to 2019 and yet web apps look exactly the same, except that they’re often slower now.

Well researched New York Times article on how the food we eat impacts climate change and what are the better options.

nytimes.com/interactive/2019/0

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It does prove the usefulness of #federation that through all the #Matrix outage, my account was not affected at all. Most of the people I chat to are on other servers than the one affected.

Federate <3

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Oh my goodness I've just learned a thing about The Matrix that causes it to make a lot more sense: In the original script the humans were used as neural network compute clusters by the Machines and as a crucial component of The Matrix itself.

Which is why humans who were aware of the simulation could control aspects of The Matrix - their minds were part of its foundation.

Unfortunately the test audiences had trouble understanding this concept so the studio changed the human role to "batteries".

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Looks like 0-RTT in TLS1.3 comes with a quite high price: Vulnerability to replay attacks.

If you are one of the early adopter, check that your application is not affected as this is a fundamental problem on protocol level.

"What Application Developers Need To Know About TLS Early Data (0RTT)" by Paul Kehrer:

blog.trailofbits.com/2019/03/2

#TLS #TLS13 #infosec #security #HTTPS #0RTT

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