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Is it sick of me to want this release to have some bug that prevents files from being found?
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There's a firmware update for my +Linksys (a.k.a +Belkin) router.  Too bad their website doesn't support encryption with identity information.  Yeah in 2015, after Snowden, these two brands can't pull it together and get with it.  +NETGEAR has an invalid cert for their site.  I guess if everyone agrees to do it wrong then no one has to compete?  #securityfail #nsafreebies  
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use a Mikrotik 951 for your home router... if you want gig Ethernet get the 951G version.  You can get them on Amazon.
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Ah April 1st (and three days before and after) when there's absolutely no point in opening a web browser.
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They should increase the typeface size by at least 3 times for "We also urge Congress to avoid adding new mandates that are controversial and could derail reform efforts."
Read our letter to U.S. House and Senate leadership on how our surveillance laws should be changed. Then add your name to show your support. #United4NSAReform
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Lenovo: "We have thoroughly investigated this technology and do not find any evidence to substantiate security concerns."  Yeah.... let them have their extinction event. #incompetence #lenovo  
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Providing Windows support after switching to Linux:  "I know that I have 6 monitors full of things you don't understand.  But try to grasp that you have ONE screen with at least 6 things I don't understand."

I don't have 6 screens but the stereotype is about right.
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Some access to the Internet may be better than none, but Facebook's Internet.org is not the Internet at all.
Facebook's Internet.org project, which offers people from developing countries free mobile access to selected websites, has been pitched as a philanthropic initiative to connect two thirds of the world who don’t yet have Internet access. We completely agree that the global digital divide should be closed. However, we question whether this is the right way to do it.
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This... thing...  Yes.
Kung-fu cops, lasers, time travel—and no, we’re not talking about Batman Vs. Superman.
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You know, because the bad guys will totally go along with crypto prohibition.
Back in October, we highlighted the contradiction of FBI Director James Comey raging against encryption and demanding backdoors, while at the very same time the FBI's own website was suggesting mobile encryption as a way to stay safe. Sometime...
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We want this thing  and condemn anyone else who wants the same thing.   Good job, Murica! #obama #stupidity #spying  
The White House wants tech companies to hand over encryption keys or build backdoors. So why is it criticizing China for wanting the same thing?
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So many of President Obama's statements about NSA have been wrong. But he's too smart not to understand the truth

Newly published leaks show NSA’s thousands of privacy violations
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Screw-ups big and small lead to citizens' info getting sucked into NSA databases.

Lavabit founder, under gag order, speaks out about shutdown decision
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Feds put heat on Web firms for master encryption keys
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Supreme Court Bombshell: No Right to Remain Silent
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Mozilla wants 500M users to tell gov’t: “stop watching us”
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Activists hope for an anti-spying coalition reminiscent of anti-SOPA protests.

Asking the U.S. government to allow Google to publish more national secu...
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This morning we sent the following letter to the offices of the Attorney General and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Read the full text

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Espionage malware infects raft of governments, industries around the world
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"NetTraveler" stole data on space exploration, nanotechnology, energy, and more.

GCC 4.8.1 released [LWN.net]
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