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The 14 Worst Corporate Evildoers | International Labor Rights Forum
from 2005:
- Caterpillar
- Chevron
- Coca-Cola
- Dow Chemical
- DynCorp
- Ford
- KBR (Kellogg, Brown and Root): A Subsidiary of Halliburton Corporation
- Lockheed Martin
- Monsanto
- Nestle USA
- Philip Morris USA and Philip Morris International (a.k.a. The Altria Group Inc.)
- Pfizer
- Suez-Lyonnaise Des Eaux (SLDE)
- Wal-Mart
ilrf  list  company  history  corporation  bad  labor  rights  2000s  construction  oil  abuse  discrimination  coca-cola  dow  agent_orange  chemical  security  military  money  war  agriculture  children  tobacco  pharmaceutical  water  crime  violence  oppression 
december 2017 by cluebucket
How To Add A Security Key To Your Gmail (Tech Solidarity)
"Plug the key into any USB port, with the gold disk facing upwards. If you're on a newer mac, you may have to use a USB adapter, like an animal:"
techsolidarity.org  technology  security  gmail  how_to  guide  privacy  google  computer  password  chrome  email 
may 2017 by cluebucket
Twitter @Felonius_munk
- powerful and continuing nationalism
- disdain for human rights
- identification of enemies as a unifying cause
- supremacy of the military
- rampant sexism
- controlled mass media
- obsession with national security
- religion and government intertwined
- corporate power protected
- labor power suppressed
- disdain for intellectuals & the arts
- obsession with crime & punishment
- rampant cronyism & corruption
- fraudulent elections
holocaust  museum  list  fascism  government  ra'sclat_al_ghul  twitter.com  image  photo  rights  warning  military  sexism  media  security  religion  power  corporation  labor  corruption  election  2010s  1930s  from twitter_favs
january 2017 by cluebucket
Over 700 people file suits over Japan’s new security laws | The Japan Times
"The legislation, allowing Japan to use force to defend the United States and other allies if they came under attack, even if Japan itself is not attacked, followed the Abe Cabinet’s reinterpretation of the Constitution in July 2014 as allowing the country to exercise the right to collective self-defense.

"Several individuals have brought legal action against the government, seeking that the laws be scrapped or declared unconstitutional, but have seen their cases dismissed before reaching deliberation.
...
"Article 9 states Japan forever renounces war and will not maintain armed forces as a means of settling international disputes.

"The group is also seeking monetary damages for the infringement of the plaintiffs’ right to live in peace, claiming that the potential for SDF deployments to lead to civilians being caught up in war or terror attacks is causing them to live in fear."
japantimes.co.jp  japan  lawsuit  security  law  legal  news  tokyo  fukushima  JSDF  2014  2010s  2016  military  constitution  self-defense  wwII  war  peace  fear  siberia  citizen  shinzō_abe  安倍晋三 
may 2016 by cluebucket
Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Put Your Baby Photos Online — Matter — Medium
1. Privacy as the right to control your information
2. Privacy and the right to confidentiality
3. Privacy in context
medium.com  child  internet  photo  privacy  security  dimitri_tokmetzis  netherlands  de_correspondent  flickr  consent  facebook  google  helen_nissenbaum  social_media  legal 
february 2015 by cluebucket
Reconciling being creative and having a dayjob - Zulkey.com
"[O]nce, I showed her an article I had written in the Chicago Tribune about female scientists (which was my boss's line of work) and she mused, 'I wonder how you have time to write when you work here, too.' I got the message. I rarely mentioned my freelance life after that. No one in the office shared my interests or, even my temperament (the place was full of socially awkward scientists). I felt like the person I was at work was not the person I was everywhere else. I told myself that working the dayjob was just rent I had to pay for the literal and psychological space to write for myself, when I had time. When people asked me what I did for a living, I found myself saying, 'Well, I work for a medical journal but really I'm a writer.'

"I probably could have just said, 'I'm a writer' but, under those circumstances, it didn't feel true to me."

1. We need those good benefits.
2. Look hard, and you can likely find a dayjob that uses your creative skills.
3. Having a dayjob gets me out of the house.
4. When you're not counting on them to pay your bills, you can be choosy in your creative endeavors.
5. There's no shame in wanting to be comfortable.

"I'll own it: I'm a part-time artist. But if the only true cost of that choice is occasional self-doubt and fantasies of what might-have-been, I'd still say it's not such a bad gig."
claire_zulkey  zulkey.com  2015  2014  2010s  writing  job  work  office  benefit  structure  discipline  creativity  privilege  security  comfort  finance  advice  list  essay  artist  writer 
january 2015 by cluebucket
No one is safe - Imgur
gonna be in like 5 hotels/motels over the next two weeks... greeeeat
imgur.com  gif  image  door  security  lock  breach  break-in  how_to  crime  hotel  travel  safety  room 
october 2014 by cluebucket
#22 - What Happens When You Tell The Whole Internet Your Password - On The Media
So the moment that defines the movie actually is there’s where Robin Williams is teaching English as a second language to a group of people. He’s talking to an elderly man, and he’s saying to this elderly man “I’m attacking you! I have a spoon and I’m attacking you with my spoon! What do you do?”

So he says, “I’m sitting here. I do nothing.”

And Robin Williams says, “Well I’m coming after you, I’ve got my spoon, I’m going for you, I’m about to kill you!” and the man said something like, “Then I am dying.”

What he’s saying is “I subscribe to peace. So if you truly have the incivility to attack me to the point of death, then what I’m doing is, I’m dying." Real bravery is staying to committed to your principles even if it means your own death. That’s quite extreme. I’m not sure that I’m that far along, but I understand the theory.
tldr  alex_goldman  y._woodman_brown  onthemedia.org  audio  news  password  internet  security  bravery  transparency  hack  peace  via:cosmic  washingtonpost 
april 2014 by cluebucket
How Apple and Amazon Security Flaws Led to My Epic Hacking | Gadget Lab | Wired.com
"...what happened to me exposes vital security flaws in several customer service systems, most notably Apple’s and Amazon’s. Apple tech support gave the hackers access to my iCloud account. Amazon tech support gave them the ability to see a piece of information — a partial credit card number — that Apple used to release information. In short, the very four digits that Amazon considers unimportant enough to display in the clear on the web are precisely the same ones that Apple considers secure enough to perform identity verification. The disconnect exposes flaws in data management policies endemic to the entire technology industry, and points to a looming nightmare as we enter the era of cloud computing and connected devices."
...
"He said the hack was simply a grab for my three-character Twitter handle. That’s all they wanted. They just wanted to take it, and fuck shit up, and watch it burn. It wasn’t personal. “I honestly didn’t have any heat towards you before this. i just liked your username like I said before” he told me via Twitter Direct Message."
mat_honan  hacking  google  twitter  apple  amazon  security  flaw  internet  data  wired  2012  2010s  writing  essay  technology  iCloud  disconnect  computer  cloud  windows  password  applecare  ruin  takedown  fraud  crime  breach  e-mail  exploit  steal  identity  troll  phobia  mac  gardgetlab  itunes  21st_century 
august 2012 by cluebucket
The US schools with their own police | World News | the Guardian
"Such cases are not limited to Texas. In one notorious instance in California, a school security officer broke the arm of a girl he was arresting for failing to clear up crumbs after dropping cake in the school canteen. In another incident, University of Florida campus police tasered a student for pressing Senator John Kerry with an awkward question at a debate after he had been told to shut up."
jesus. via John
guardian  uk  texas  police  school  education  punishment  judge  court  crime  child  teenage  discipline  criticism  2010s  security  misbehavior  california  violation  rights  death  jaime_gonzalez  ticket  sarah_bustamantes  teacher  brutality  21st_century 
january 2012 by cluebucket
Avoid Keyloggers with Neo's SafeKeys [Featured Windows Download]
Windows only: When you're in a shady internet cafe in Bangkok and you're worried about rogue software logging your passwords as you type them, you need a USB drive with Neo's SafeKeys on it. Neo's SafeKeys is a small, mouse-based keyboard that shows up on your screen in different places each time you run it from your drive. You click the SafeKeys keyboard to enter your password, then select it and drag and drop it to the password field to bypass keylogging AND clipboard logging software. A great addition to your portable apps collection, Neo's SafeKeys is a free download for Windows only.
Neo's SafeKeys [Neoblog via foXnoMad]
Downloads  Featured_Windows_Download  keyloggers  Portable_Apps  Privacy  Security  Top  USB_Drives  Windows  from google
march 2008 by cluebucket

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