Twitter has announced new enhancements to its service in a blog post today: In the coming months we’ll make changes to simplify Tweets including what counts toward your 140 characters, so for instance, @names in replies and media attachments (like photos, GIFs, videos, and polls) will no longer “use up” valuable characters. It’s great that […]
Given the hullaballoo over the idiotically-dangerous “Compliance with Court Orders Act of 2016” that was released in draft form today, I thought it might be wise to remind people why strong encryption is a good and necessary thing. Fortunately, this video does all the legwork for me, which is really rather considerate of it.
eD! spends far too much time mulling over Apple events, and now he’s going to ramble on about it to you, you lucky dog.
eD! is live-snarking today’s Apple event on Twitter (@eDThomas). Follow along, won’t you? His fragile little ego needs it.
“Last Week Tonight” discusses encryption. Let’s all laugh at our pending doom together!
Senator Lindsey Graham brings up good points while questioning Attorney General Loretta Lynch regarding the Apple/FBI hullaballoo. Watch and be amazed that Congress might actually do something in the interest of the general population (maybe)!
Apple published a FAQ on their fight with the FBI today. And in case you run into any dummies who give you the “Of course Apple should unlock this thing because national security, and what do you have to be afraid of if law enforcement can unlock every iPhone in the universe” argument:
As you’re likely aware by now, Apple was ordered by a federal court on Tuesday to provide aid to the FBI in order to unlock the iPhone 5c that belonged to one of the shooters in last December’s terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California. Apple, in a massively delightful display of not giving a shit, […]