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Canadian ISP On Disclosing Subscriber Info: Come Back With a Warrant

maliqua YAY US (55 comments)

Fuck you american corporations

about a week ago
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Sexual Harassment Is Common In Scientific Fieldwork

maliqua Re:Newsflash! (362 comments)

did you mean to say anywhere there are men and women working together?

or were you intending to be ignorant and sexist?

about a week ago
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LibreSSL PRNG Vulnerability Patched

maliqua Re:LibreSSL not ready for deployment yet (151 comments)

I'd say this is almost a best case scenario even, so far the only bug found was one that could not easily exploited. and it was patched, the response from Beck was by OpenBSD standards, tactful.

about a week ago
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LibreSSL PRNG Vulnerability Patched

maliqua Re:You're holding the phone wrong (151 comments)

more like "I see your using the phone in a way we hadn't anticipated though we don't think thats the best way to use the phone we'll make the appropriate changes to ensure its safe for you to use in this manner"

about a week ago
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Manuel Noriega Sues Activision Over Call of Duty

maliqua Re:I hope Noriega wins. (83 comments)

actually imho that seems like the most reasonable outcome

about a week ago
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Manuel Noriega Sues Activision Over Call of Duty

maliqua Re:I hope Noriega wins. (83 comments)

in this context does it matter he's still in jail for crimes against humanity for ever the money will do nothing for him, but it could hurt Activision.

about a week ago
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Manuel Noriega Sues Activision Over Call of Duty

maliqua Re:I hope Noriega wins. (83 comments)

If he was suing EA I'd donate to his legal fund

Activision i don't hate so i hope he loses for no reason other than its a silly claim how is he losing money? lol prison laundry is not paying him the full wage he deserves?

Could you imagine if Hitler was still alive? he'd make a killing on law suits!

about a week ago
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ChickTech Brings Hundreds of Young Women To Open Source

maliqua Re:This is sexist (158 comments)

whoops i thought i was replying to the post by the_skywise, begin troll with my blessing

about a week ago
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ChickTech Brings Hundreds of Young Women To Open Source

maliqua Re:This is sexist (158 comments)

I agree kind of,....

An organization entirely run by women and doesn't accept men.

Because segregation is the key to integration and tolerance right?

about a week ago
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Google's Project Zero Aims To Find Exploits Before Attackers Do

maliqua Re:read this as.... (62 comments)

Interesting, I didn't even consider this possible angle, I always figured they were in kahoots with a government agency but lets not rule out the possibility that google is doing evil for its own benefit and not being coerced by a greater power.

about two weeks ago
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Google's Project Zero Aims To Find Exploits Before Attackers Do

maliqua Re:Did'nt the courts make that illegal? (62 comments)

Microsoft already is getting by this law why not google also

your forgetting in the Home of the Brave and land of the Greed laws only apply below a certain net worth

about two weeks ago
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Google's Project Zero Aims To Find Exploits Before Attackers Do

maliqua Re:Legality? (62 comments)

Just to be clear, i don't think google is the good guys, just that they want to be perceived that way.

about two weeks ago
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Google's Project Zero Aims To Find Exploits Before Attackers Do

maliqua Re:Legality? (62 comments)

The cost of the software for google is cheap compared to the value of the "we're the internet good guys" PR

about two weeks ago
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Led By Nest, 'Thread' Might Be Most Promising IoT Initiative Yet

maliqua Re:ZigBee flaws (79 comments)

exactly why use a perfectly good standard when you can create a new one that only you and your closest friends can exploit (for a while)

about two weeks ago
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Obama Administration Says the World's Servers Are Ours

maliqua Re:what a headline (749 comments)

seems to me that they're jurisdiction isn't the issue if the company has a presence in the united states it has to comply i'm usually against the far reaching arm of the US having any control but this seems glorified really, its like tax evasion by hiding money overseas in my mind.

about two weeks ago
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Obama Administration Says the World's Servers Are Ours

maliqua what a headline (749 comments)

That's not got an agenda behind it at all. what it means to say is US owns data of US companies/citizens even if they hide it outside the USA that seems some what reasonable.

about two weeks ago
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Leaked Build of Windows 9 Shows Start Menu Return

maliqua i hate it less (346 comments)

games please run on != so the one thing i use windows for i can stop

about two weeks ago
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Three-Year Deal Nets Hulu Exclusive Rights To South Park

maliqua Re:Good for them (138 comments)

define sold out, they're fairly wealthy, adding another distribution channel isn't really selling out, its reaching a wider audience, they sell out when they start censoring themselves.

about two weeks ago
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Take a Picture Just By Thinking About It, Using Google Glass With MindRDR App

maliqua No thank you (41 comments)

it will be a dark day in hell before an american corporation/government agency gets me to willingly wear a device that allows them to read thoughts right out of my brain

I'm not opposed to the technology just opposed to it coupling to google/apple/cia/nsa directly

about two weeks ago

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NSA Director Heckled as he asks security community for understanding

maliqua maliqua writes  |  about a year ago

maliqua (1316471) writes ""When NSA Director Keith Alexander appeared at the Las Vegas security conference Black Hat Wednesday morning, he hoped to mend the NSA’s reputation in the eyes of thousands of the conference’s hackers and security professionals. It didn’t go exactly as planned."
Taken directly from the article very entertaining read."

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18 Year old shot dead in toronto by police

maliqua maliqua writes  |  about a year ago

maliqua (1316471) writes "It appears the militarization of north american police forces has caused another unnecessary death, this time in Toronto Canada, where a 18 year old boy with a knife isolated alone on a bus was shot 9 times by police and then tazed."
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