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I hope it comes to the US! I would like to see it! I would also like for Obama to see it.
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The Nordic countries often have a "safety first" attitude. Luckily it seems to extend to new vehicle and road technologies, too. This is an area where I want us to lead the way.

"A safer road is one that talks. Vehicles that communicate with each other, as well as with the road infrastructure, transport agencies and others, can warn drivers of upcoming hazards and ultimately prevent accidents and keep traffic flowing more smoothly."

"Finland saw the potential and, following the European Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) directive, is the first to implement a pilot scheme that seeks to enable vehicles to communicate safety hazards such as black ice or animals on the road."
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"What’s astonishing is that 96% of people use the BBC every week, spending an average of 18.5 hours watching, listening or online."

"The BBC’s success infuriates its enemies because it defies Hayekian laws of gravity; the market ought to offer better value but it doesn’t."
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Gun control. On an Internet discussion an argument was made that "No mass shooting has ever taken place in right-to-concealed-carry state". I went to the Google Scholar.

"Under this interpretation, [right to concealed carry] laws have no effect on mass public shootings at all."

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yeah, because even where it's allowed it's relatively rare. For the fantasy of CCW person preventing a mass shooting to actually happen in reality the vast majority of people would have to be 1. Trained to handle guns 2. Have CCW license 3. Never go drinking with their buddies (responsible people do not carry guns around when drunk) 4. "enjoy" the beach in clothing that allows for CCW (open carry could solve this but it's not exactly a welcoming image for tourists). 5. Be trained to actually be able to act in a situation where someone opens fire toward people (that CCW does you and your fellow humans zero good when you freeze up like just about every untrained person does).

And even if this was the case it would do nothing against suicide bombers, concealed bombs of various types or snipers (one does not conduct counter-sniper operations with a handgun [or alone, better have your trained spotter buddy with you at all times too]). So maybe we do not want to draft everyone into the citizens militia and spend tons and tons of money in training and arming them.

So yeah, this goes heavily into the territory that Bruce Schneier calls movie-plot threats: """A movie-plot threat is a scary-threat story that would make a great movie, but is much too specific to build security policies around."""

He holds an annual contest of movie-plot threats in his blog, both entertaining and educational.

Actually anyone interested in any sort of security (his speciality being infosec but the blog has regular commenters that know way too much about physical security at scary institutions) should follow the blog.
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Crypto. Amazon released a new TLS library called s2n. This library provides a simple and easy-to-use interface to create TLS servers (and clients, though this is still prelimary). Under the hood, it uses one of LibreSSL, BoringSSL or OpenSSL.

One of the best features is the way it selects algorithms and crypto options. Instead of requiring every admin to provide and update easy-to-read cipher configs like the one below[1], which is actually the recommended "intermediate" string for server configurations right now (are you sure? or did I include something bogus?), it simply takes a "default" argument to use the latest recommended one in the library, or a date string if you want to stick to an older set for backwards compatibility.

Yes please. Crypto software configuration right now is ridiculous, changes like these are sorely needed.

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This is the lock I use for my trike at work. Yo spiders, I've been on vacation only two and half weeks now, this was uncalled for! 
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In bright color and striking drawings, street art demonstrates the difficulties facing the Greek people.
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Helsinki's Pride March is one of my favorite events of the year. People of all varieties are there, free to be themselves.

It's a place where gays, lesbians, bisexuals, pansexuals, straights, asexuals, transgenders, agenders, non-binaries, polyamorists, drag queens, bears, gods of leather, furries, and so on can all be seen.

It's a place where the political parties from different sides of the spectrum walk together, the communists in the same march as the right-wing parties.

It's a place where liberal members of the church and scouts join the parade, and the city library distributes free condoms.

It's a place where sexuality (or lack of) is not something to be ashamed of, but a valid way to express yourself with.

It's a place where a woman can spontaneously take off her shirt and bra and write "the breast liberation front" on her boobs and then be joined by others doing the same thing.

It's a family event where people bring their children and babies for the picnic afterwards.

It's just damn neat.

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"No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice, and family. In forming a marital union, two people become something greater than once they were. As some of the petitioners in these cases demonstrate, marriage embodies a love that may endure even past death. It would misunderstand these men and women to say they disrespect the idea of marriage. Their plea is that they do respect it, respect it so deeply that they seek to find its fulfillment for themselves. Their hope is not to be condemned to live in loneliness, excluded from one of civilization's oldest institutions. They ask for equal dignity in the eyes of the law. The Constitution grants them that right.

The judgment of the Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit is reversed.
It is so ordered."

(Justice Anthony Kennedy, United States Supreme Court)
US Supreme Court. The Supreme Court of the Unite States has ruled both the Affordable Care Act to be legal and state-specific bans on gay marriage to be illegal. These are excellent news, and I am glad to see that the Supreme Court in the US is doing a good job right now.

Gay Marriage:
The Supreme Court ruled on Friday that the U.S. Constitution provides same-sex couples the right to marry, handing a historic triumph to the American gay rights movement.The court ruled 5-4 that the
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