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Good morning from Naruto. #christmas morning 
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Seasons greeting 2016.

This year, we have decided to record Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Ave Verum Corpus as the greeting card.

Happy Holidays,

Junko & Nat

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84年前の少女たちが「今の女子高生と同じ姿」と衝撃走る(動画)

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書きました。トラストの定義、トラストフレームワークがなぜトラストを産むかの解説、ビットコイン論文の前提と結論、これに対する現状のブロックチェーンの運用状況についての検討をしています。シリーズ執筆陣のレビューをかなり受けているので、そこそこ良いものになっていると思います。ご笑覧あれ。

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My speech at #OECDDigitalMX 2016 at TUAC Forum.
Making comparison to the first industrial revolution and tells why it is important to give people open trusted internet connection, and why it is important to give people training to be able to use them.

https://nat.sakimura.org/2016/06/21/why-is-internet-openness-important/

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>> The majority of commercial websites provide users the ability to contact them via dedicated contact pages. In these pages, users are typically requested to provide their names, email addresses, and reason for contacting the website. This effectively makes contact pages a gateway from being anonymous or pseudonymous, i.e., identified via stateful and stateless identifiers, to being eponymous. As such, the environment where users provide their personally identifiable information (PII) has to be trusted and free from intentional and unintentional information leaks. In this paper, we report on the first large-scale study of PII leakage via contact pages of the 100,000 most popular sites of the web. We develop a reliable methodology for identifying and interacting with contact forms as well as techniques that allow us to discover the leakage of PII towards thirdparties, even when that information is obfuscated. Using these methods, we witness the leakage of PII towards third-parties in a wide range of ways, including the leakage through third-party form submissions, third-party scripts that collect PII information from a first-party page, and unintended leakage through a browser’s Referer header. To recover the lost control of users over their PII, we design and develop Formlock, a browser extension that warns the user when contact forms are using PII-leaking practices, and provides the ability to comprehensively lock-down a form so that a user’s details cannot be, neither accidentally, nor intentionally, leaked to third parties <<

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たまに要るので。eps2emf

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全既存薬が効かない「悪夢」のスーパー耐性菌、米国で初確認
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