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How Did Larry Nassar Deceive So Many for So Long?
ALL THE CONTENT WARNINGS for sexual assault and infuriating coverups.
500  harassment  abuse 
1 hour ago
The Road to QUIC
HTTP/3, possibly, over UDP and encrypted by default.
websites  web  510 
3 days ago
The Evolution Of Open – blarg?
People cannot be equal participants in environments where they are subject to wildly unequal risk. People cannot be equal participants in environments where they are unequally threatened.
500  opensource  harassment  structurelessness  workplaces  socialmedia  twitter 
3 days ago
Free As In Health Care – blarg?
The cannier among you will already have noted – and scarred Linux veterans can definitely attest to the fact – that there’s no mention at all of freedom-from in there. The FSF’s unstated position has always been that anyone who wants to be free from indignities like an opaque contraption of a user experience, buggy drivers and nonexistent vendor support in their software, not to mention the casual sexism and racism of the free software movement itself, well. Those people can go pound sand all the way to the Apple store. (Which is what everyone did, but let’s put that aside for the moment.)
opensource  structurelessness  policy  software  ethics 
3 days ago
Google - Site Reliability Engineering
Really nice as a toe-dip into how chaotic this can be, even though it's not cybersec-centric.
incidentresponse  510 
5 days ago
Why Do Twitter Users Tag Partners in Their Bios? - The Atlantic
Could be interesting to ask students what they think about this.
341webmgmt  beinghuman 
8 days ago
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