So you've heard about these "anarchist jurisdictions", and you know it is a joke, meaningless usage of the word Anarchism as a pejorative much the same way these TV dictators froth at the mouth at the mere mention of Communism.
Many people who assume it to be synonymous with chaos and mindless acts of destruction, or maybe just a general air of anti-authoritarianism will skim past this headline and ones like it in the future, but Anarchism is not these things, it is a different way of looking at the world entirely.
If you're curious about what anarchism actually is, consider reading this FAQ to get started with the general principles and some history: https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/the-anarchist-faq-editorial-collective-an-anarchist-faq-02-17
Share this around with your friends in case they are similarly unfamiliar and are also a bit curious what all this fear-mongering fuss is about!
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SecureDrop 1.5.0 will be released on July 28, 2020. This release will include a kernel update, deprecation warnings for v2 onion services, improved error-handling in the API, and a number of community contributions:
Support for v2 onion services will be removed from SecureDrop in February 2021. Journalists and admins, if you see this warning when accessing your SecureDrop, it's time to migrate to v3 onion services:
Salut @bortzmeyer, depuis glibc 2.31, le flag AD est retiré automatiquement de toutes les réponses sauf si l’option `trust-ad` est configuré dans `/etc/resolv.conf` (voir une note de version ici : https://lwn.net/Articles/811275/).
Ça pète plein de truc pour moi et, franchement, j’arrive pas à me décider si ça a du sens ou si c’est complètement idiot comme changement.
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