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  • The Problem With Technosolutionism

    01/18/2021 8:12:44 AM PST · by Onthebrink · 3 replies
    American Conservative ^ | 1/15/2021 | Micah Mattix
    In The Hedgehog Review, Christine Rosen writes about technosolutionism. If the pandemic has made evident the precarious nature of the global economy (it could briefly be brought to a standstill by a single “bug”), it also showed how advanced our technology had become. We immediately found ourselves on Zoom, or other conferencing platforms, doing business, teaching class, or chatting with family and friends we were otherwise used to seeing regularly. The pandemic hit less than a year ago, and we already have not one but several vaccines. It is astounding. Yet, there are dangers, Rosen argues:
  • State Dept. instructions on how to remain connected if your internet get shut off

    01/16/2021 5:09:19 AM PST · by shoff · 100 replies website ^ | January 31, 2011 | Susannah Vila
    Interestingly this was published on website in 2011. It was part of Hillary’s State Department training given in Mexico City. This conference sponsored by Hillary’s State Department and Google. Training was provided to youth activists in the use of social media. Special classes were held in the use of software designed to evade government surveillance. This software is called TOR, funded thru Google, US Naval Research lab and George Soros’s Human Rights Watch. This is the same software WikiLeaks uses and is illegal in the United States per the Patriot act. This was archived since it has been scrubbed...
  • Windows 10 (and prior) bug corrupts your hard drive on seeing this file's icon (Zero-day, not fixed)

    01/15/2021 8:43:27 AM PST · by dayglored · 43 replies
    Bleeping Computer ^ | Jan 14, 2021 | Ax Sharma
    An unpatched zero-day in Microsoft Windows 10 (and prior) allows attackers to corrupt an NTFS-formatted hard drive with a one-line command. In multiple tests by BleepingComputer, this one-liner can be delivered hidden inside a Windows shortcut file, a ZIP archive, batch files, or various other vectors to trigger hard drive errors that corrupt the filesystem index instantly. "Critically underestimated" NTFS vulnerability In August 2020, October 2020, and finally this week, infosec researcher Jonas L drew attention to an NTFS vulnerability impacting Windows 10 that has not been fixed. When exploited, this vulnerability can be triggered by a single-line command to...
  • Gab CEO Andrew Torba Speaks Exclusively to Revolver News About His Plan to Save Free Speech and America

    01/12/2021 8:23:59 AM PST · by SunStar · 14 replies
    Revolver ^ | January 11, 2021
    Just days ago, Twitter shocked the nation and international community alike by purging Donald J. Trump from its platform. Like hyenas, Big Tech companies attack in packs, and Facebook, Instagram, SnapChat, YouTube, and payment processor Stripe all quickly followed suit with their own bans and restrictions on the President.This dramatic full-spectrum “un-personing” of the President of the United States from the American digital communications infrastructure marks a clarifying inflection point in Americans’ understanding of what kind of country they live in, and who or what ultimately controls it. Big Tech’s deplatforming of Donald Trump also marks a dark culmination to...
  • After cutting off Trump, Big Tech charts new course in Washington

    01/11/2021 3:53:30 AM PST · by Oldeconomybuyer · 11 replies
    France24 ^ | January 10, 2021 | by Catherine Bennett
    It only took four-plus years of incendiary tweets, racist statements and violent threats, but on January 8, Twitter finally decided to permanently ban the US president's account with just days left of his term – and with it, his primary platform for speaking to his devotees. In addition, Google, Amazon and Apple have cracked down on Parler, a possible plan B social media platform for the president and his followers. Reddit, Discord, Shopify, TikTok and Snapchat have also imposed restrictions. Jennifer Palmieri, a political adviser for the Obama administration, remarked dryly on Twitter: “It has not escaped my attention that...
  • The Guy Who Built The World Wide Web Is Building A 'New Internet', Where You Control Your Data

    01/11/2021 3:19:44 AM PST · by Chickensoup · 29 replies
    India times tech ^ | Gwen demillo
    Unless you've been living under a rock, you know Tim Berners-Lee is a pretty important dude in the technology world. He's the father of the Internet, responsible for the birth of the World Wide Web as we know it. And he hates what it has become. So he's taking some action to fix it. Tim- Berners-Lee Reuters You see, for years now Berners-Lee has expressed his distaste at how major corporations have taken what was supposed to be a free environment and placed restrictions on it. He doesn’t like how groups like Facebook, Google, and Amazon have effectively centralized the...
  • Twitter Competitor, Gab CEO Has MASSIVE Surprise For Anti-Trumpers… This is Genius - Internal Civil War Among Big Tech Staff and Executives

    01/10/2021 12:25:55 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 99 replies
    Populist Press ^ | 01/10/2021
    Twitter disabled comments on this post below with no reason given…ParlerEmail
  • The End is Near?

    01/09/2021 2:59:04 PM PST · by Pining_4_TX · 31 replies
    Second City Cop blog ^ | 01/09/21 | Second City Cop
    Twitter and Facebook are banning any discussion....simply discussions....about election fraud. They're coming for anyone with an alternative viewpoint, even as a discussion. Google App Store has also deplatformed right leaning app Parler. We imagine everyone saw the speeches yesterday? All outrage and "insurrection" and traitors and other inflammatory language? Does anyone know what the actual dollar amount of damage that was caused? A few thousand dollars. Total. But dems and lefties are talking like there was another Federal courthouse burned in Portland, a building leveled by a truck bomb in Oklahoma City, maybe some airliners crashed into New York skyscrapers....
  • Parler Public Service Announcement

    01/09/2021 4:54:42 AM PST · by loucon · 22 replies ^ | 1/9/2021 | Alexander Blair
    Employee Alexander Blair 2 hours ago · 101k @ablair Good Evening! Just wanted to drop in and give a quick note about the issues we saw today, with the massive influx of new members coming onboard to Parler, we've been busy working on making sure the platform works well as we go forwards and prepare for more people to join the site. We're working on alternate ways to acquire the mobile application, we'll be providing more updates for that over the next couple of days as we finalize locations and how we want to distribute it (Thanks to @sickcodes for...
  • The Swamp Is Scared of the Next 12 Days

    01/08/2021 4:08:00 PM PST · by Libloather · 135 replies
    Rush Limbaugh ^ | 1/08/20 | El Rushbo
    RUSH: We just have a new sound bite here from Nancy Pelosi, CNN’s Newsroom. She was talking with the correspondent Manu Raju. Manu Raju reported about Pelosi’s California call with the House Democrat caucus about possible new articles of impeachment against the Trumpster. RAJU: She’s making very clear that there’s more support for moving forward with impeachment among the House Democratic caucus now than there was the first time Donald Trump was impeached back in 2019. She said that she prefers the president resigning, or Vice President Mike Pence and the cabinet invoking the 25th Amendment to force the president...
  • FireEye Identifies Killswitch for SolarWinds Malware as Victims Scramble to Respond

    12/20/2020 2:00:33 PM PST · by ATOMIC_PUNK · 15 replies ^ | 12 16 2020 | Jai Vijayan
    White House National Security Council establishes unified group to coordinate response across federal agencies to the threat. FireEye, which last Sunday disclosed a compromise at network management software vendor SolarWinds that allowed an unknown attacker to distribute malware to potentially thousands of organizations, has identified a killswitch that it says would prevent the malware from operating on infected networks. But in networks where the attackers might have already deployed additional persistence mechanisms, the killswitch will not remove the threat from victim networks, according to the security vendor. FireEye on Sunday said that an investigation it was conducting into a breach...
  • New Search Engine Develops Tech to Display Uncensored Results Without Tracking User Data

    12/09/2020 12:31:27 PM PST · by time4good · 47 replies
    The Epoch Times ^ | 12/9/2020 | Nicole Hao
    Today’s internet search engines have the power to track our personal data and decide what content can be listed as top results. Users are increasingly concerned that big tech companies have an outsized influence on the information they can view, while gathering enormous amounts of data through browser activity. A group of American programmers has developed a new search engine intended to provide users with unbiased search results—without tracking the users’ IP, search history, and other information. They named the search engine “Right Dao”—referring to Daoism and its philosophical pursuit of truth. Right Dao developers have designed a new crawling...
  • Charlie Peeler Announces Resignation As U.S. Attorney For The Middle District

    12/09/2020 11:12:21 AM PST · by ransomnote · 8 replies ^ | December 9, 2020 | U.S. Attorney’s Office Middle District of Georgia
    During U.S. Attorney Peeler’s tenure, the Office grew to its highest number of AUSAs and prosecuted more criminal defendants in the District’s historyMACON, Ga. – Charlie Peeler, the U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia, is resigning as U.S. Attorney effective 11:59 p.m., December 11, 2020. Following his resignation, he plans on reentering private practice with a law firm in Atlanta, Georgia.“Serving as the United States Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia has been the most rewarding experience of my professional career. I thank the President for the trust he placed in me, and I thank Attorney General...
  • BREAKING HUGE: Major National Security Issue Identified Related to China’s Connection to Dominion Voting Machines

    12/07/2020 7:40:51 AM PST · by Perseverando · 24 replies
    Gateway Pundit ^ | December 7, 2020 | Joe Hoft
    Huge National Security Issue – Devises manufactured by a China owned company are attached to Dominion machines! American modern day minute men and women are saving our country! Overnight (Hat tip Rosco Davis) it was reported through a tweet that a company owned by a Chinese firm is the manufacturer of modems used by Dominion with their voting machines.
  • Trickbot trojan found to now have the ability to modify a computer's UEFI

    12/04/2020 8:35:07 AM PST · by BenLurkin · 48 replies
    Tech Xplore ^ | 12/04/2020 | Bob Yirka
    A combined team of security experts from Advanced Intelligence and Eclypsium has announced that the Trickbot trojan malware now has the ability to modify a computer's Unified Extensible Firmware Interface—the interface between the firmware on a computer motherboard and the computer's operating system—in this case, Microsoft Windows. Trickbot has been in the news of late due to its advanced capabilities. It has a modular design and is notable for its ability to gain administrative capabilities on infected computers. The entities behind the creation of the trojan are believed to be criminals in Russia and North Korea, and they have used...
  • The Real Kraken: What Really Happened to Donald Trump in the 2020 Election

    12/03/2020 7:58:11 AM PST · by ProudDeplorable · 30 replies
    PJ Media ^ | Dec 2, 2020 | J. Christian Adams
    Eric Holder was a big loser on election night. He was the guy raising tens of millions of dollars to make America safe for Democratic redistricting. A red wave turned Holder’s dreams into dust in state legislative races. State legislatures are where the redistricting action is, and the GOP flipped three chambers red, gaining 192 state house seats and 40 state senate seats nationwide.
  • Microsoft files patent to record and score meetings on body language

    12/01/2020 3:29:26 PM PST · by yesthatjallen · 33 replies
    BBC ^ | 11 30 2020 | Staff
    Technology giant Microsoft has filed a patent for a system to monitor employees' body language and facial expressions during work meetings and give the events a "quality score". A filing suggests it could be deployed in real-world meetings or online virtual get-togethers. It envisions rooms being packed with sensors to monitor the participants, which could raise privacy concerns. Microsoft is already under fire over a separate "productivity-score" tool. 'Employee-surveillance tool' That feature was introduced last year but came to prominence only after a public demo at a corporate event. It allows managers to keep track of individual workers' use of...
  • Dominion's Voting Software "Allows Staff To Adjust Tally Based On Review Of Scanned Ballot Images". The Local Technician Is Able To Change The Votes As They Wish!

    11/17/2020 2:36:55 PM PST · by Enlightened1 · 36 replies
    Twitter ^ | 11/17/20 | Mike Coudrey
    WOW: Dominion's voting software "Allows staff to adjust tally based on review of scanned ballot images". The local technician is able to change the votes as they wish!
  • Whats The Most Secure End-To-End VOIP App For iOS & Android Users To Speak With Each Other On?

    11/17/2020 6:19:43 AM PST · by BTerclinger · 41 replies
    11/17/2020 | Bteclinger
    Is anyone on FR using a smart phone VOIP app that touts their end-to-end security? Are you happy with it? I understand we are taking a lot of companies word on what they say they do, and I know that at least one (Wire) says all their software is open source and is reviewed (on the Apple App store the top rated commment for Wire implies its not that secure. And Apple's FaceTime is supposedly very secure and it is built in to the Iphone and Mac, but (a) I don't trust anything coming out of Tim Cook's mouth and...
  • After many claims that voting systems were not connected to the internet, it turns out that they really were connected. I am genuinely curious to know why they lied about it.

    11/12/2020 10:14:55 AM PST · by grundle · 32 replies
    wordpress ^ | November 12, 2020 | Dan from Squirrel Hill
    After many claims that voting systems were not connected to the internet, it turns out that they really were connected. I am genuinely curious to know why they lied about it. After many claims that voting systems were not connected to the internet, it turns out that they really were connected. I am genuinely curious to know why they lied about it. NBC News reported: ‘Online and vulnerable’: Experts find nearly three dozen U.S. voting systems connected to internetA team of election security experts used a “Google for servers” to challenge claims that voting machines do not connect to the...