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Yael Grauer
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Attended Shimer College
Lives in Phoenix, AZ
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Modern uses for phone phreaking, paranoia, operational security, and why you shouldn’t let the FBI roll your joints.
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Four tech experts discuss the smarthome hack, two-factor authentication, and Fsociety’s sometimes lax operational security
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The lawsuit, filed by the ACLU, states that a provision of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act could be used to criminalize research uncovering algorithmic bias.
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The tech industry is evolving at an exponential rate, and with it comes new opportunities and jobs that didn’t exist ten or even five years ago.
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Board members are taking the risk of security breaches so seriously that the majority of cyber security executives will lose their jobs for poor reporting, new survey data indicates.
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We discuss a potential path towards redemption for Angela, share burner phone recommendations, and take a closer a look at Fsociety’s organizational structure.
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The hammer of Thor, or Mjölnir, is an ancient Norse symbol that has been appropriated by white supremacists since at least World War II. Hans Schweitze ...
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The cloud service that earned Edward Snowden's trust is now taking on the likes of Slack.
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This grounding qigong routine trains your body to move as an integrated unit — increasing mobility, enhancing mental focus, and building strength.
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Early on a humid Tuesday morning in May, Robert Xiao, a 26-year-old Ph.D. student, stares intently at his MacBook, his eyes darting among his Windows, OS X, and Linux setups, indie K-pop blaring from his headphones. He hasn't slept in 22 hours. Around him, in the fancy main ballroom of the ...
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freelance writer and editor
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Phoenix, AZ
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Minneapolis, MN - Tucson, AZ - Oxford, United Kingdom
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Chocolate lover. Fitness enthusiast. Freelance writer and editor. Follow me and check out my website, Yael Writes.
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  • Shimer College
    Social Sciences, 1998 - 2002
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The horchata is terrible, and the carne asada leaves much to be desired. Perhaps the reason the food is so subpar is because the owner spends all of his time harassing customers, as evidenced by multiple reviews all over the internet. I actually saw him kick a cyclist's back wheel, and when I told him that harassing cyclists isn't cool, instead of apologizing, he launched into threats and harassment towards me. Even if the food was actually good (which, well, it isn't), I would avoid this place on principle.
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reviewed a year ago
I was pretty exhausted from a lot of traveling and too much work, and dana hotel and spa was a true respite. I love the bath products, the food was great, and the room is cute with lots of character. Very comfortable beds and a gorgeous view. But the best reason to stay at this hotel is the spa. I had an aromatherapy massage with Eric and... best massage ever doesn't cut it. It was phenomenal. So glad I stayed here.
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