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A dwarf planet coming within 11 AU of the sun over the next 10 years Nixos-unstable’s ISO_minimal.x86_64-Linux is 100% reproducible Zero-Knowledge Proofs Bee-friendly urban wildflower meadows prove a hit with German city dwellers What every programmer should know about SSDs Mitochondria may contribute to neurological and psychiatric disorders: research If the Moon Were Only 1 Pixel (2014) LDtk: A modern and open-source 2D level editor Baby Boom or Bust? Watchy: Open-source E-Paper Watch with ESP32 Internet in a Box Smarking (YC W15) Is Hiring a Head of Engineering to Scale Product Gramps – Free Genealogy Software From NAND to Raytracer: Raytracing on the Hack Computer Fashion for pointy shoes unleashed plague of bunions in medieval Britain Julia: Faster than Fortran, cleaner than Numpy Our journey from office-centric to remote-first Covid Vaccine Websites Violate Disability Laws, Create Inequity for the Blind Father's Day (2008) What Is Going on at Yale Law School? Learning to love a rigid and inflexible language Hire-to-fire at Amazon India? Imp: A full-stack relational language built around incremental maintenance Show HN: Find Your Hacker News Doppelgänger 1989 Yugo GVL: Performance Testing Zsync: Differential file downloading over HTTP using the rsync algorithm (2010) AltStore – An alternative app store for non-jailbroken iOS devices Constraints (1981) [pdf] Show HN: AES67 Stream Monitor – An app to monitor audio over IP streams Postgres to TypeScript Interfaces and Enums

Ars Technica

The efforts to make text-based AI less racist and terrible Pornhub sued for allegedly serving “under-age, non-consensual” videos Ring gave cops free cameras to build and promote surveillance network Apple and Google’s AI wizardry promises privacy—at a cost Ukraine arrests ransomware gang in global cybercriminal crackdown World Bank slams bitcoin, declines to help El Salvador’s cryptocurrency plan Ohio Republicans close to imposing near-total ban on municipal broadband Ten-year hacktivist fugitive Commander X arrested in Mexico Amazon blames social media companies for sales of fake Amazon reviews Lina Khan, Big Tech skeptic, named FTC chair mere hours after confirmation Tim Berners-Lee makes an NFT from World Wide Web’s Objective-C US warns EU against anti-American tech policy Health care CEOs raked in $3.2 billion as pandemic raged Pai’s legacy lives on for now as Biden fails to nominate Democrat to FCC Five new bills aim to break up Big Tech platforms, force them to play nice How to protect species and save the planet—at the same time NY can’t force ISPs to offer $15 low-income broadband plans, judge rules AT&T CEO seems confident industry can kill Biden’s municipal broadband plan Amazon, eBay fight legislation that would unmask third-party sellers Some people can’t get FCC subsidy because “Street” isn’t the same as “St.”


Report: Hackers Breached More US Water Treatment Plants Ring Once Gave Free Cameras to 100 Los Angeles Police Officers Twitter Accused of 'Deliberately' Defying Indian Government's New Social Media Rules California Defies Expectations of Doom, Promises Massive Tax Rebate How a Murderer's Lies Were Exposed by His Cellphone and a Smartwatch Report Finds Phone Network Encryption Was Deliberately Weakened Hackers Are Selling Data Stolen From Audi and Volkswagen Apple Pre-Installed Apps Would Be Banned Under Antitrust Package Amazon is Blocking Google's FLoC Microsoft's Smith Says Secret Subpoenas Hurt US Tech Companies Irish Police To Be Given Powers Over Passwords Supreme Court Revives LinkedIn Bid To Shield Personal Data Ransomware Attack Targeted Teamsters Union in 2019. But They Just Refused to Pay Are Transcontinental, Submarine Supergrids the Future of Energy? Scientists Propose 'Neuro-Rights' to Protect Brains From Future Manipulation


Changing Section 230 Won’t Make the Internet a Kinder, Gentler Place Emails from 2016 Show Amazon Ring's Hold on the LAPD Through Camera Giveaways 22 Rights Groups Tell PayPal and Venmo to Shape Up Policies on Account Closures Unconstitutional Florida Law Barring Platforms from Suspending Politicians Should be Blocked, EFF Tells Court Hearing Tuesday: EFF Testifies Against SFPD for Violating Transparency Policies The ACCESS ACT Takes a Step Towards a More Interoperable Future 1000 Californians Have Asked Their Representatives To Fix Our Broken Broadband System. Have You? The GDPR, Privacy and Monopoly Victory! Dartmouth Ends Unfounded Cheating Investigation After Students, Rights Groups Speak Out Big Data Profits If We Deregulate HIPAA 15 Universities Have Formed A Company That Looks A Lot Like A Patent Troll Tracking Global Online Censorship: What EFF Is Doing Next EFF Files Amicus Brief Defending the Right to Repair in Massachusetts EFF and FSFP to Court: When Flawed Electronic Voting Systems Disenfranchise Voters, They Should Be Able to Challenge That with Access to the Courts A Year of Action in Support of the Black-Led Movement Against Police Violence and Racism


Massachusetts Covid-19 tracking app auto-installs on Android without users' permission. Privacy for kids It is funny to watch how politicians got shocked when they learned Trump's administration had ordered Apple to handover certain information about their online activities to the government, but they are a-okay when the system runs a global, secretive, blatant mass surveillance program Scare tactics in guides to protecting your privacy India rejects UN officials’ criticism of new IT rules, calls it ‘highly misplaced’ Is it possible to view YouTube video without getting tracked but still having video suggestions? Do you guys use GrapheneOS as your mobile OS since it is the most private? Has anyone read The Age of Surveillance Capitalism by Shoshana Zuboff? Question about giving out phone number to retailers What exactly does the Facebook Messenger app collect or track? Keep getting emails from Google saying my passwords are compromised is it possible to hide certain software/apps in Windows? more info inside I’m looking at getting a US driver’s license, but my state requires a Thumbprint. I’m not interested in providing that for obvious reasons, and I’m looking for some input on other options. California rolls out digital vaccine verification — but don't call it a passport Is it a bad idea to keep an unencrypted backup of my "secret word storage" application?

Bruce Schneier

Friday Squid Blogging: Video of Giant Squid Hunting Prey Peloton Vulnerability Found and Fixed Intentional Flaw in GPRS Encryption Algorithm GEA-1 Paul van Oorschot’s Computer Security and the Internet VPNs and Trust Andrew Appel on New Hampshire’s Election Audit Upcoming Speaking Engagements TikTok Can Now Collect Biometric Data Friday Squid Blogging: Fossil of Squid Eating and Being Eaten FBI/AFP-Run Encrypted Phone

Bleeping Computer

New Windows 11 registry hacks to customize your device Hands on with Windows 11: A look at the new Start Menu, taskbar and more Fertility clinic discloses data breach exposing patient info Google force installs Massachusetts MassNotify Android COVID app South Korea's Nuclear Research agency hacked using VPN flaw iPhone bug breaks WiFi when you join hotspot with unusual name Tinder spam campaign hides "handwritten" links in profile images The Week in Ransomware - June 18th 2021 - Law enforcement strikes back