Summary: Mike Godwin, an internet lawyer who first joined EFF in 1990 and worked for the Wikimedia Foundation, gives his take about the nexus of internet freedom of speech, censorship, large corporations and governments - from the 1990s to 2020 - giving autobiographical narrative for context. He addresses one journalist's popular opinion that there is "too much freedom of speech" on the Internet and that more regulation and control is needed. He argues for more freedom of speech and expression on the Internet without offering any more concrete solutions than Wikipedia.
Win 10 X promises isolation for traditional win32 apps. So, can they read and write to the user's files? Can they communicate over the internet? Seems pointless if not. What about restart on boot? (Required for communications apps) Can you debug programs?
So @cloakcoin tries, but the "whitepaper" is an endless series of facepalms, including "symmetric RSA-256" which doesn't exist (and real RSA-256 could be cracked in about a second). Then the "cloaking" includes telling nodes your full real transaction.
Session sounds really promising. "Send messages, not metadata"
The Crypto AG story is even wilder than I remember
This is elite level trolling - wait, it worked?!
I wanted to do something with blake3 so I wrote a simple file sync program. Kind of like a 1-file-rsync in 40 lines. Enjoy.
DLL import redirection support now built into Windows 10. Nice find by James Forshaw.
NSA Python training course leaked on Twitter!