The iPhone’s locked-down approach to security is spreading, but advanced hackers have found that higher barriers are great for avoiding capture.

technologyreview.com/2021/03/0

It saddens me to see how 1.4 billion people are being used as guinea pigs to test how a society works under total surveillance. If we can't stop this, I hope we can at lest learn some lessons that will stop the rest of the world from going down a similar path.

onezero.medium.com/chinas-shar

"People facing domestic abuse can take these steps to lock down their devices and eliminate stalkerware"

consumerreports.org/digital-se

Really? We're infinitely creative but can't devise any sort of ethical "kill switch"? Well, we may have to:

"As a generic software component that is usable everywhere to everyone, there are times when libcurl—in particular—is used in nefarious or downright malicious ways. Examples include being used in virus and malware software. That is unfortunate but nothing we can prevent."

On reddit? All of your deleted posts, incl from deleted accts, can be found here: camas.github.io/reddit-search/

Yikes just learned @ScienceAlert is considered a "predatory publisher"

"Whilst details regarding the incident remain unclear it remains a realistic possibility that the event was the result of asymmetric activity by Iranian military."

channel16.dryadglobal.com/expl

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