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Tragic users

Isn’t it a tragedy that those that would most need full but fully inconspicuous, unnoticable security on socmed et al., are the ones that care the least? This, both in careful scouring of legalese and practical settings, tools, and what … Continue reading

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The 46th

When Ford can launch the 2018 model of the Mustang already in January 2017, wouldn’t the People of the US not be able to already launch the improved-at-about-all-points 46th president, please ..!? Similarly, I’d be happy already when someone(s) could … Continue reading

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One extra for Two AI tipping point(er)s

To add, to the post below of a month ago. This here piece, on how AI software is now writing (better) AI software. Still in its infancy, but if you recall the Singularity praise (terroristic future), you see how fast … Continue reading

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You Don’t Call The Shots

I.E., You Are Not In Control ! This, as a consequence of the ‘In Control’ definition. Where the controlling and ‘steering’ (what Steering Committees are about, if properly functioning … 😐 ) are the same. But as explained previously, such … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday’s links

This. T’back, since 2014. ’nuff said.

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Did / Did Not (Know Who Did)

Anyone still have an overview of where we (?) stand qua attribution of “cyber” attacks [ #ditchcyber, of course ] ..?? Apart from this… There’s so much development in attribution with or without proof, e.g., about hacking elections in some outer … Continue reading

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Two’s a Charming Bureaucratic Voilence

First, two (yes) quotes: To put it crudely: it is not so much that bureaucratic procedures are inherently stupid, or even that they tend to produce behaviour that they themselves define as stupid — though they do do that — … Continue reading

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