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YouTube’s Blocks MIT Courses, Blender Videos, and More (Updated)

on Jun 18, 2018 · 3 min read ·
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Several popular YouTube accounts, including those belonging to 'MIT OpenCourseWare' and the 'Blender Foundation,' have had all their videos blocked. People who try to access the videos are informed that they are not available in their country, suggesting that YouTube's piracy filters have been triggered. It's unclear, however, who or what is to blame.

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Ontario's Bold Basic Income Experiment Creates High Expectations

on May 06, 2018 · 9 min read

The pilot project is already creating a huge impact.

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When Kim met Moon: All the key moments from a historic day

on Apr 28, 2018 · 3 min read ·
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(CNN) - The first meeting between North Korea's Kim Jong Un and his counterpart Moon Jae-in was rich in symbolism, and moments made for the cameras to mark the historic occasion.

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Los hechos probados de la sentencia del caso de La Manada

on Apr 26, 2018 · 9 min read

"La denunciante sintió un intenso agobio y desasosiego que le produjo estupor y le hizo adoptar una actitud de sometimiento"

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Matrix and Riot confirmed as the basis for France’s Secure Instant Messenger app

on Apr 26, 2018 · 2 min read

Hi folks, We’re incredibly excited that the Government of France has confirmed it is in the process of deploying a huge private federation of Matrix homeservers spanning the whole government, and developing a fork of Riot.im for use as their official secure communications client! The goal is to replace usage of WhatsApp or Telegram for official purposes.

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Socks5 Proxies for Telegram

on Apr 17, 2018 · less than 1 min read ·
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Go to Menu, Settings, Connection Type, select TCP with custom Sock5-Proxy on Hostname use the IP number, on Port the port number. Select the values from the following list:

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Google Workers Urge C.E.O. to Pull Out of Pentagon A.I. Project

on Apr 04, 2018 · 7 min read

WASHINGTON — Thousands of Google employees, including dozens of senior engineers, have signed a letter protesting the company’s involvement in a Pentagon program that uses artificial intelligence to interpret video imagery and could be used to improve the targeting of drone strikes.

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A radical proposal to keep your personal data safe

on Apr 03, 2018 · 3 min read ·
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The surveillance imposed on us today is worse than in the Soviet Union. We need laws to stop this data being collected in the first place

By Richard Stallman, president of the Free Software Foundation

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200,000,000 Monthly Active Users

on Mar 22, 2018 · 1 min read

Within the last 30 days, Telegram was used by 200,000,000 people. This is an insane number by any standards. If Telegram were a country, it would have been the sixth largest country in the world.
Telegram 200 Million

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FBI attempts to backdoor Telegram

on Sep 08, 2017 · 1 min read

If you haven’t read it yet, here’s the full story about the US agencies’ attempts to infiltrate Telegram last year: http://127.0.0.1:43110/15ThY8kpAbjidWNfXHeyDT48noj6ArYjmz/?Post:20:The+Crypto-+Keepers

It tells how the FBI tried to influence me and bribe our engineer in May 2016 to make Telegram less secure. Luckily, since neither of us are US citizens, we could afford to refuse their offers and I was able to tell the public about these attempts. If we were American citizens, the FBI would have likely tried to silence us using a legal procedure called a "gag order" – when the US authorities can not only demand that you do something (like plant a backdoor into your app), but also prohibit you from telling the public about it (otherwise you can end up in jail).

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The Crypto- Keepers

on Sep 04, 2017 · 25 min read

It’s 7:30 p.m. on a Monday in June at an undisclosed location somewhere in northern Europe. I’m sitting in a private dining room in an upscale hotel, talking to Pavel Durov—the “Mark Zuckerberg of Russia,” a young internet mogul who had built the country’s most popular social network and lost it to the Kremlin all before he turned thirty. Not long after the famed American whistleblower Edward Snowden had fled to Russia to avoid federal prosecution, Durov had offered Snowden a job—but then himself had to flee Russia because of a widening conflict with the Russian government. Initially hailed as a cyber-dissident because of his spat with the Kremlin, Durov has since drawn the repeated, aggressive interest of American intelligence officials, as well.

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SpaceX first successful 2017 mission

on Jan 14, 2017 · less than 1 min read

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket at launchpad

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket has delivered 10 satellites to low-Earth orbit for Iridium, a global leader in mobile voice and data satellite communications.

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WhatsApp vulnerability allows snooping on encrypted messages

on Jan 13, 2017 · 5 min read

Exclusive: Privacy campaigners criticise WhatsApp vulnerability as a ‘huge threat to freedom of speech’ and warn it could be exploited by government agencies

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First payments of basic income go out today

on Jan 10, 2017 · 2 min read

The Finnish basic income experiment is being conducted among 2,000 persons between ages 25 and 58, who will receive a monthly basic income of €560 for two years. They will receive their first basic income payments from Kela today.

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AÑO DE LAS ENERGÍAS RENOVABLES

on Jan 04, 2017 · 2 min read

Declárase el Año 2017 como el “AÑO DE LAS ENERGÍAS RENOVABLES”

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