“even more evidence of facial surveillance tech company Clearview AI's ties to the alt-right.”

If I wanted to enforce a caste system against an ever-growing population, I’d find ways to scale like that. Algorithmic bosses, algorithmic legal system, with inequality embedded into it.

boingboing.net/2020/04/07/more

you use instacart to know availability and price beforehand. and then you toss them.

it's not even illegal, because delivery people are not employees of either instacart or supermarket.

it's somewhat risky (of $), but just initially.

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instacart hack:
1. befriend instacart delivery person. trade numbers.
2. shop on instacart, don't checkout, pass on printscreen to person, along with $$$
3. they deliver to you and get a better cut

People-finding is how fringe ideas accumulate adherents, yes. Some of those are terrible, like "scientific racism." Some are laudable, like the rise of trans identity.

Privacy is how lies are spun, but it's also how truths are whispered before they can be spoken aloud.

pluralistic.net/2020/04/06/fil

do people know you can password-protect a podcast subscription?

you can change it every 2, 3 months and only reveal it to paid subscribers.

Facebook’s stated intention for NSO spyware was to use it for mass surveillance of its own honest users. That is profoundly fucked up — sociopathic. vice.com/en_us/article/pke9k9/

What if we create a magical number that defines the ability of a person of being close to debt without falling into it?

Not if they are AWAY from debt, buying things with money they have. No. NEAR debt only.

I was about to text a friend asking "are you home?"

We just sent our first Janeraka newsletter, in three languages:
- portuguese
- english
- awaete

mailchi.mp/664f4bf6f300/ajepe

Bug bounties are best when transparent and open. The more you try to close them down and place NDAs on them, the less effective they are, the more they become about marketing rather than security

schneier.com/blog/archives/202

The FCC sets a vote on opening the 6GHz band for unlicensed Wi-Fi use.

That’s the right approach. Internet is an essential utility.

cnet.com/news/the-fcc-sets-a-v

The FCC sets a vote on opening the 6GHz band for unlicensed Wi-Fi use.

That’s the right approach. Internet is an essential utility.

cnet.com/news/the-fcc-sets-a-v

The FCC sets a vote on opening the 6GHz band for unlicensed Wi-Fi use.

That’s the right approach. Internet is an essential utility.

cnet.com/news/the-fcc-sets-a-v

The FCC sets a vote on opening the 6GHz band for unlicensed Wi-Fi use.

That’s the right approach. Internet is an essential utility.

cnet.com/news/the-fcc-sets-a-v

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Maybe not the best method, but it's interesting to see that drawing directly into Hypercard works with Sidecar #hyperjam

Conspiracy theories (growing along this weirding) try to keep humans as central agents. It SOUNDS edgy but it’s actually very reactionary. We should look for other agents without dominating eyes.

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That’s progress, that's west, that’s colonialism, that's slavery, that’s plantation, that's capitalism/financialism, that's Mammon the God of Market and baked-in scalability.

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