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Probably one of the best Vines (remember Vine?) ever:



#Vine #Vines #nostalgia #internet #history #longgone
 
Moin Mitnanner,

da ich mit der üblichen Internetrecherche in einem vertretbaren Zeitrahmen noch keine befriedigende Antwort gefunden habe, folgende #Frage an die IT-Spezialisten hier. #Cyber und so:

Ist das Schützen zB. einer Office- oder PDF-Datei mittels Passwort der gleiche technische Vorgang wie das Verschlüsseln der gleichen Dateien mittels VeraCrypt oder ähnlichen Tools?

Wir haben hier unterschiedliche Meinungen, die auf Basis knallharter Ahnungslosigkeit gebildet wurden und wären so gerne fundiert auskunftsfähig. Dass die "Verschlüsselungstiefe" verschieden sein kann bzw. ist (AES 128 vs. 256) und dass es verschiedene Verfahren bzw. Algorithmen gibt (AES, Twofish, Serpent ...), ist uns einigermaßen klar, aber wird beim Passwortschutz wirklich die komplette Datei verschlüsselt oder wird nur der Zugang zu den Informationen innerhalb der Datei irgendwie beschränkt?

Danke Euch herzlich vorab!

#itsicherheit #itsecurity #internet #cybersecurity
 
Moin Mitnanner,

da ich mit der üblichen Internetrecherche in einem vertretbaren Zeitrahmen noch keine befriedigende Antwort gefunden habe, folgende #Frage an die IT-Spezialisten hier. #Cyber und so:

Ist das Schützen zB. einer Office- oder PDF-Datei mittels Passwort der gleiche technische Vorgang wie das Verschlüsseln der gleichen Dateien mittels VeraCrypt oder ähnlichen Tools?

Wir haben hier unterschiedliche Meinungen, die auf Basis knallharter Ahnungslosigkeit gebildet wurden und wären so gerne fundiert auskunftsfähig. Dass die "Verschlüsselungstiefe" verschieden sein kann bzw. ist (AES 128 vs. 256) und dass es verschiedene Verfahren bzw. Algorithmen gibt (AES, Twofish, Serpent ...), ist uns einigermaßen klar, aber wird beim Passwortschutz wirklich die komplette Datei verschlüsselt oder wird nur der Zugang zu den Informationen innerhalb der Datei irgendwie beschränkt?

Danke Euch herzlich vorab!

#itsicherheit #itsecurity #internet #cybersecurity
 

W O W !!! Oh boy... what a guy !

I made a free alternative to Photoshop, that is used by 7 million people. Ask me Anything!


Hi, my name is Ivan Kutskir, I am 29 y.o. and I live in Prague, the Czech Republic. I created Photopea , an advanced image editor which works in a web browser. There were 7 million visitors in July.

I started to work on it in 2012, the first version was published in 2013, it was just my hobby until 2016, when I graduated and started to work on it full-time. I did not fully "believe" in Photopea until 2017, when I started to monetize it (with ads) and was able to make $400 a month :)

I had an AMA on Reddit over a year ago and I would like to tell you what happened since then :)
  • the number of users doubled (again)
  • my income doubled
  • I added the support for text on a curve, smarter selections, opening Figma files, puppet warp, content-aware scale, improved PDF support and more
  • I reached 2,300 solved issues on Github!
  • Photopea still wasn't acquired by anyone, even though I received several offers of an investment
I still work on Photopea alone, but I would like to hire more people. I would like to start making a video editor, too, at some point. Ask me Anything! :)

You can follow Photopea on Facebook or Twitter! Proof: I put a link to this AMA here!

Photopea is an advanced editor and it is hard to learn simply by using it. I wrote a manual here: www.Photopea.com/learn .
btw, there's a #podcast on Ivan Kutskir and Photopea...

bestest comment on #reddit:

Adama0001 3.4k points · 8 hours ago
You made documentation?

What kind of unholy programmer from the abyss are you? Don’t let our bosses find out or we’re screwed.
#Photopea #Technology #Photoshop #Gimp #photo #editor #manipulation #creative #computer #internet #software #Prague #Czech
 

W O W !!! Oh boy... what a guy !

I made a free alternative to Photoshop, that is used by 7 million people. Ask me Anything!


Hi, my name is Ivan Kutskir, I am 29 y.o. and I live in Prague, the Czech Republic. I created Photopea , an advanced image editor which works in a web browser. There were 7 million visitors in July.

I started to work on it in 2012, the first version was published in 2013, it was just my hobby until 2016, when I graduated and started to work on it full-time. I did not fully "believe" in Photopea until 2017, when I started to monetize it (with ads) and was able to make $400 a month :)

I had an AMA on Reddit over a year ago and I would like to tell you what happened since then :)
  • the number of users doubled (again)
  • my income doubled
  • I added the support for text on a curve, smarter selections, opening Figma files, puppet warp, content-aware scale, improved PDF support and more
  • I reached 2,300 solved issues on Github!
  • Photopea still wasn't acquired by anyone, even though I received several offers of an investment
I still work on Photopea alone, but I would like to hire more people. I would like to start making a video editor, too, at some point. Ask me Anything! :)

You can follow Photopea on Facebook or Twitter! Proof: I put a link to this AMA here!

Photopea is an advanced editor and it is hard to learn simply by using it. I wrote a manual here: www.Photopea.com/learn .
btw, there's a #podcast on Ivan Kutskir and Photopea...

bestest comment on #reddit:

Adama0001 3.4k points · 8 hours ago
You made documentation?

What kind of unholy programmer from the abyss are you? Don’t let our bosses find out or we’re screwed.
#Photopea #Technology #Photoshop #Gimp #photo #editor #manipulation #creative #computer #internet #software #Prague #Czech
 
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INFOSEC: FUCK YOUR '"BLACK/WHITE NEUTRALITY"!

By Catalin Cimpanu for Zero Day | July 4, 2020

The information security (infosec) community has angrily reacted today to calls to abandon the use of the 'black hat' and 'white hat' terms, citing that the two, and especially 'black hat,' have nothing to do with racial stereotyping.



Discussions about the topic started late last night after David Kleidermacher, VP of Engineering at Google, and in charge of Android Security and the Google Play Store, withdrew from a scheduled talk he was set to give in August at the Black Hat USA 2020 security conference.

In his withdrawal announcement, Kleidermacher asked the infosec industry to consider replacing terms like black hat, white hat, and man-in-the-middle with neutral alternatives.

These changes remove harmful associations, promote inclusion, and help us break down walls of unconscious bias. Not everyone agrees which terms to change, but I feel strongly our language needs to (this one in particular).

— David Kleidermacher (@DaveKSecure) July 3, 2020

While Kleidermacher only asked the industry to consider changing these terms, several members mistook his statement as a direct request to the Black Hat conference to change its name.

With Black Hat being the biggest event in cyber-security, online discussions on the topic quickly became widespread among cyber-security experts, dominating the July 4th weekend.

While a part of the infosec community agreed with Kledermacher, the vast majority did not, and called it virtue signaling taken to the extreme.

Most security researchers pointed to the fact that the terms had nothing to do with racism or skin color, and had their origins in classic western movies, where the villain usually wore a black hat, while the good guy wore a white hat.

Others pointed to the dualism between black and white as representing evil and good, concepts that have been around since the dawn of civilizations, long before racial divides even existed between humans.

Right now, the infosec community doesn't seem to be willing to abandon the two terms, which they don't see as a problem when used in infosec-related writings.
MORE COMMENTS: https://www.zdnet.com/article/infosec-community-disagrees-with-changing-black-hat-term-due-to-racial-stereotyping/

#programming #computer #science #software #development #infosec #black hat #resistance #goggle #hackers #internet #censorship #freedom #sexism #social #web #human rights #sanctimony #activism #activist #correctness #meetoo #blacklivesmatter #racism #racist #USA #research #cyber-security #security #privacy
 
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INFOSEC: FUCK YOUR '"BLACK/WHITE NEUTRALITY"!

By Catalin Cimpanu for Zero Day | July 4, 2020

The information security (infosec) community has angrily reacted today to calls to abandon the use of the 'black hat' and 'white hat' terms, citing that the two, and especially 'black hat,' have nothing to do with racial stereotyping.



Discussions about the topic started late last night after David Kleidermacher, VP of Engineering at Google, and in charge of Android Security and the Google Play Store, withdrew from a scheduled talk he was set to give in August at the Black Hat USA 2020 security conference.

In his withdrawal announcement, Kleidermacher asked the infosec industry to consider replacing terms like black hat, white hat, and man-in-the-middle with neutral alternatives.

These changes remove harmful associations, promote inclusion, and help us break down walls of unconscious bias. Not everyone agrees which terms to change, but I feel strongly our language needs to (this one in particular).

— David Kleidermacher (@DaveKSecure) July 3, 2020

While Kleidermacher only asked the industry to consider changing these terms, several members mistook his statement as a direct request to the Black Hat conference to change its name.

With Black Hat being the biggest event in cyber-security, online discussions on the topic quickly became widespread among cyber-security experts, dominating the July 4th weekend.

While a part of the infosec community agreed with Kledermacher, the vast majority did not, and called it virtue signaling taken to the extreme.

Most security researchers pointed to the fact that the terms had nothing to do with racism or skin color, and had their origins in classic western movies, where the villain usually wore a black hat, while the good guy wore a white hat.

Others pointed to the dualism between black and white as representing evil and good, concepts that have been around since the dawn of civilizations, long before racial divides even existed between humans.

Right now, the infosec community doesn't seem to be willing to abandon the two terms, which they don't see as a problem when used in infosec-related writings.
MORE COMMENTS: https://www.zdnet.com/article/infosec-community-disagrees-with-changing-black-hat-term-due-to-racial-stereotyping/

#programming #computer #science #software #development #infosec #black hat #resistance #goggle #hackers #internet #censorship #freedom #sexism #social #web #human rights #sanctimony #activism #activist #correctness #meetoo #blacklivesmatter #racism #racist #USA #research #cyber-security #security #privacy
 
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#cookies #Datenschutz #Internet #Optin #Optout

Kotzt es euch auch so an, daß bei sehr vielen Seiten zwar das Minimum an Cookies vorausgewählt ist,
der Knopf, den man aber dafür drücken müßte winzig im Vergleich zu dem bunten, dicken Riesenknopf ist, der dann wieder alle Cookies zuläßt?
 
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#cookies #Datenschutz #Internet #Optin #Optout

Kotzt es euch auch so an, daß bei sehr vielen Seiten zwar das Minimum an Cookies vorausgewählt ist,
der Knopf, den man aber dafür drücken müßte winzig im Vergleich zu dem bunten, dicken Riesenknopf ist, der dann wieder alle Cookies zuläßt?
 

Over 100,000 historic #vinyl records are being digitised and made available to #stream #online for free


source: https://faroutmagazine.co.uk/vinyl-records-100000-digitised-stream-free/

#music #song #freedom #internet #news #history
Over 100,000 historic vinyl records are being digitised and made available to stream online for free
 

Over 100,000 historic #vinyl records are being digitised and made available to #stream #online for free


source: https://faroutmagazine.co.uk/vinyl-records-100000-digitised-stream-free/

#music #song #freedom #internet #news #history
Over 100,000 historic vinyl records are being digitised and made available to stream online for free
 

Highest jump ever: DE-CIX Frankfurt reaches 9.1 Tbps - DE-CIX


@Hank G @Hank G As we were talking about that switch, DE-CIX just set a new world record!

#internet #traffic #switch #networking
 

Nils Markwardt auf Twitter: "deutsche 5G https://t.co/316Jf2I7Uf" / Twitter


After 7 years
Message in a bottle from Bonn (city in Germany) turns up in New Zealand
#5G #internet #Neuland

https://twitter.com/FJ_Murau/status/1231848541259255809?
 

Digital trends 2020: Every single stat you need to know about the internet


#socialMedia #internet #statistics
 
In den sozialen Netzwerken - und insbesondere auf #YouTube - findet man unzählige Accounts bzw. Kanäle von Esoteriker(inne)n, die sich nicht nur mit Meditation, Seelenwanderung und Ähnlichem beschäftigen, sondern gleichzeitig auch mit großem Eifer eindeutig rechtsradikales Gedankengut verbreiten. Diese auch "braune #Esoterik" genannte Szene ist in den letzten Jahren erheblich gewachsen - und wird bisher von Behörden und der Öffentlichkeit weitgehend ignoriert. (Wobei man durchaus streiten kann, ob man den hier im Bericht genannten Ivo Sasek wirklich als Esoteriker bezeichnen kann…)

https://www.zeit.de/gesellschaft/2020-01/rechte-esoterik-kla-tv-verschwoerungstheorien-verfassungsschutz #NWOwissen #ZON #Politik #Gesellschaft #Internet #Medien #Rechtsextremismus #Rechtsradikalismus #Faschismus
 
In den sozialen Netzwerken - und insbesondere auf #YouTube - findet man unzählige Accounts bzw. Kanäle von Esoteriker(inne)n, die sich nicht nur mit Meditation, Seelenwanderung und Ähnlichem beschäftigen, sondern gleichzeitig auch mit großem Eifer eindeutig rechtsradikales Gedankengut verbreiten. Diese auch "braune #Esoterik" genannte Szene ist in den letzten Jahren erheblich gewachsen - und wird bisher von Behörden und der Öffentlichkeit weitgehend ignoriert. (Wobei man durchaus streiten kann, ob man den hier im Bericht genannten Ivo Sasek wirklich als Esoteriker bezeichnen kann…)

https://www.zeit.de/gesellschaft/2020-01/rechte-esoterik-kla-tv-verschwoerungstheorien-verfassungsschutz #NWOwissen #ZON #Politik #Gesellschaft #Internet #Medien #Rechtsextremismus #Rechtsradikalismus #Faschismus
 
Was soll ich dazu sagen. Schafft Kohle ab, baut bessere Trassen, erneuerbare Energien. Das Internet ist das geringste Problem
 

Christina-Maria Leeb auf Twitter: „Falls jemand noch ein Weihnachtsgeschenk sucht 😎 https://t.co/iuaORojlKN“ / Twitter


#neuland #internet #Weihnachten

https://twitter.com/lawfluencerin/status/1204682539673247745
 

USA und China: RISC-V zieht wegen Handelsstreit in die Schweiz - Golem.de

Da werden auch andere noch folgen.

Man muss sich das auf der Zunge zergehen lassen: Die amerikanische Administration wird deutlich als willfähriger und unsicherer Kantonist wahrgenommen.

Vor einigen Monaten habe sie die Einreise von UN Diplomaten verweigert. Dazu gibt es feste Absprachen und Regeln. Die USA hat fest zugesagt, das sie UN Diplomaten die Einreise nicht verweigern wird und das der UN Hauptsitz dann auch in New York sein kann.

Aber was interessiert mich das Geschwätz von gestern…

Jeder der meint, die USA wäre ein verlässlicher Partner, kann sich die Blutspur dieser Nation ja mal genauer anschauen. Irak ist ein gutes Beispiel dafür.

Aus Angst vor einem künftigen US-Embargo zieht die RISC-V-Foundation aus den USA in die Schweiz. Das soll Probleme wie in anderen Konsortien und bei Herstellern wie Huawei #RISCV #Huawei #Internet #PolitikRecht
Europa 

Sie haben Post! | HNF Blog


#AOL
Im Jubiläumsjahr des Internets behandelten wir schon die Geburt des ARPANET und die Geschichte von CompuServe. Heute geht es um einen anderen Online-Dienst: AOL. Es war einst das größte Netzportal der Welt; im Jahr 2000 hatte es 35 Millionen Nutzer. Boris Becker machte für AOL Reklame, und die CDs des Unternehmens überschwemmten die westliche Welt.
AOL CDs, kennte heute auch kein Mensch mehr von den Jüngeren.
Gabs wie Sand am Meer. Gibt's AOL eigentlich noch=?

#hnf #internet
Sie haben Post!
 
Not entirely sure yet what it does and how it works, but I've just joined wt.social, which might be the future. Or not. You can join me here (there might be a waiting list, took me 4 days until I was in).

I've created a subwiki (whatever that is) for Islay, to share Islay related posts. Let's see what happens.

#wtsocial #socialnetwork #internet
 
"We have noticed that you are using adblocker"

This is what another website said to me a minute ago. Then it asked to whitelist them.

Dear website, you are wrong. I am not using ad blocker. I use some anti-tracking functionality in my browser. I don't even have control on most part of it unless I want to pop up the hood and go really deep in there. Also I use some blacklisting of especially abusive ads and trackers on my router. Sorry, I can't whitelist you, there is simply no easy click of a button to do so.

And you know, website, it took years and years, decades even to develop this sort of environment you find yourself running in. At first I was even glad to see banners. They were fun to see. Then as years went by I installed ad blocker. It was really simple back then. Then it just went on and on - and here we are. You are not whitelistable. Most likely your ads won't display even on unfiltered direct connection and clean Firefox install with default settings.

So what can I do? Ask yourself, dear website, how have you driven all of us to this. Sure as hell it wasn't me.

Now when we have this cleared I am going to look for an easy way to bypass your "anti-adblock" shield. I won't even bother using any dedicated tools for that. If in about 30 seconds I won't see the content I want I will close the page and move on. Also I'll make a mental note not to click on your links again because of this.

How to fix this, you ask me? I don't know. Maybe accept the fact that ads are so last century? How about dropping these user tracking annoyingly contextual ads altogether and try something else? Like, you know, conscious advertising? Like old school magazines (the ones on paper) did?

And DoubleClick and friends can go fuck themselves. Ad banners are dinosaurs and the business feels chilly because the asteroid already hit.

#ads #adblock #internet #rant
 
"We have noticed that you are using adblocker"

This is what another website said to me a minute ago. Then it asked to whitelist them.

Dear website, you are wrong. I am not using ad blocker. I use some anti-tracking functionality in my browser. I don't even have control on most part of it unless I want to pop up the hood and go really deep in there. Also I use some blacklisting of especially abusive ads and trackers on my router. Sorry, I can't whitelist you, there is simply no easy click of a button to do so.

And you know, website, it took years and years, decades even to develop this sort of environment you find yourself running in. At first I was even glad to see banners. They were fun to see. Then as years went by I installed ad blocker. It was really simple back then. Then it just went on and on - and here we are. You are not whitelistable. Most likely your ads won't display even on unfiltered direct connection and clean Firefox install with default settings.

So what can I do? Ask yourself, dear website, how have you driven all of us to this. Sure as hell it wasn't me.

Now when we have this cleared I am going to look for an easy way to bypass your "anti-adblock" shield. I won't even bother using any dedicated tools for that. If in about 30 seconds I won't see the content I want I will close the page and move on. Also I'll make a mental note not to click on your links again because of this.

How to fix this, you ask me? I don't know. Maybe accept the fact that ads are so last century? How about dropping these user tracking annoyingly contextual ads altogether and try something else? Like, you know, conscious advertising? Like old school magazines (the ones on paper) did?

And DoubleClick and friends can go fuck themselves. Ad banners are dinosaurs and the business feels chilly because the asteroid already hit.

#ads #adblock #internet #rant
 
Überwachungsfirma FinFisher geht mit Anwälten gegen unsere kritische Berichterstattung vor




#Netzpolitik #FinFisher #Überwachung #Surveillance #Security #Privacy #Internet
Überwachungsfirma FinFisher geht mit Anwälten gegen unsere kritische Berichterstattung vor
 
Überwachungsfirma FinFisher geht mit Anwälten gegen unsere kritische Berichterstattung vor




#Netzpolitik #FinFisher #Überwachung #Surveillance #Security #Privacy #Internet
Überwachungsfirma FinFisher geht mit Anwälten gegen unsere kritische Berichterstattung vor
 

Café Internet | HNF Blog

In den 1990er-Jahren entstand eine neue Form der Kommunikation: das Surfen im Netz, genauer gesagt, im World Wide Web. Die Computer dafür gab es in den Internetcafés; dort saßen alle, die keinen Anschluss besaßen und auch keinen Zugang am Arbeitsplatz oder in der Hochschule hatten. Das erste deutsche Internetcafé öffnete vor 25 Jahren in Fürth.
Internet Cafe...
#Internet #History #HNF
Café Internet
 

13 Bundesländer und natürlich ohne Sachsen...


Bild/FotoSPIEGEL Online (inoffiziell) wrote the following post Thu, 06 Jun 2019 10:48:32 +0200

Aktionstag in 13 Ländern: Polizei durchsucht Wohnungen von Hass-Kommentatoren
Hasspostings: Polizei durchsucht Wohnungen von Online-Kommentatoren
#Netzwelt #Web #BKA #Polizei #Rechtsextremismus #Internet
 

Delta’s test of free in-flight Wi-Fi may shame other airlines into offering service

Delta’s test of free Wi-Fi means the service is available on around 55 domestic short-, medium- and long-haul flight segments a day.

“Customers are accustomed to having access to free Wi-Fi during nearly every other aspect of their journey, and Delta believes it should be free when flying, too,” said Ekrem Dimbiloglu, Delta’s director of onboard product, in a statement.
#business #travel #technology #communications #internet #wifi #media #aviation #airline #delta
 

Delta’s test of free in-flight Wi-Fi may shame other airlines into offering service

Delta’s test of free Wi-Fi means the service is available on around 55 domestic short-, medium- and long-haul flight segments a day.

“Customers are accustomed to having access to free Wi-Fi during nearly every other aspect of their journey, and Delta believes it should be free when flying, too,” said Ekrem Dimbiloglu, Delta’s director of onboard product, in a statement.
#business #travel #technology #communications #internet #wifi #media #aviation #airline #delta
 

Allrad-LKWs, Hausmeister und Pilzsammler: Eine Liebeserklärung an Internetforen – netzpolitik.org

„Aus meiner Sicht lebt das Internet von der Vielfalt, Foren sind so ein bisschen wie eine losgelöste Welt“, schließt Jutrosinski vom Indiana-Jones-Forum. Und solche Welten gibt es noch viel mehr: für Bauexperten, Chili-Züchterinnen, Grill-Nerds, Fans von Actionrollenspielen, Freunde italienischer Autos. Für Menschen, die Rat bei Suchtproblemen suchen, Fossilien-Sammlerinnen, angehende Brauer, Kaffee-Junkies. Für Zierfisch-Halter, vegane Bodybuilder, Gruftis, Mikrocontroller-Bastler. Und natürlich: für Katzen.
Vegane Bodybuilder klingt spannend ;)
Kann ich übrigens so bestätigen, ich war früher auch in diversen Foren tätig, teilweise als Mod oder sogar als Admin

#Internet #Forum #Hobby #DE
Allrad-LKWs, Hausmeister und Pilzsammler: Eine Liebeserklärung an Internetforen
 
There is now an #FreedomBox available, for 82€, you're suppose to be able to :
The kit includes the A20-OlinuXino-LIME2, a custom metal case with a laser-engraved FreedomBox logo, a high-speed 32GB micro SD card with the FreedomBox software pre-installed, a backup battery, a power adapter, and an ethernet cable.
And, interesting for us, #Diaspora users, it is planed to include the ability to run Diaspora #servers, and alors #Mastodon servers !

#free #libre #hardware #logiciellibre #autohebergement #selfhosting #privacy #vieprivée #olimex #décentralisation #autonomie #résilience #debian #linux

You can get in touch with them on Mastodon : https://mastodon.social/@freedomboxfndn

french version of some of the functions include #tor and #owncloud

I know a bit better the #Yunohost #project : https://yunohost.org/#/index_en and https://yunohost.org/#/index_fr a similar project, with #apps : https://yunohost.org/#/apps_fr ( @Franciliens.net )

vous pouvez aussi vous intéresser à la brique internet
 
Truth. The pigeon wins. :-)
[I]f you were to load up a carrier pigeon to its maximum capacity of 75 grams with 1 TB microSD cards weighing 250 mg each, the pigeon would be carrying a total of 300 TB of data. Flying at its top sprinting speed, if that pigeon were to make its way from San Francisco to New York (4,130 km), it would achieve a data rate of 12 TB per hour, or 28 Gbps, which is several orders of magnitude faster than most Internet connections—here in the United States, the fastest average upload speeds can be found in Kansas City (through Google Fiber), at a paltry 127.0 Mbps. At that upload speed, it would take you more than 240 days to transfer 300 TB of data, in which time our pigeon could circle the entire globe 25 times.

This example isn't very realistic, assuming some sort of super pigeon, so let's tone things down a bit. Let's use a more average flight speed of 70 km/h, and only give the bird half of its maximum capacity in 1 TB microSD cards to carry, 37.5 grams worth. Even if we assume that we have access to a very fast 1 Gbps Internet connection, the pigeon still wins. In fact, the pigeon could travel more than halfway around the world in the time it would take for our upload to finish, meaning that it would be faster to send our data by pigeon to literally anywhere on Earth than it would be to use the Internet to upload the data instead."
#Internet #Pigeon #Bandwidth #DataTransport
 
Truth. The pigeon wins. :-)
[I]f you were to load up a carrier pigeon to its maximum capacity of 75 grams with 1 TB microSD cards weighing 250 mg each, the pigeon would be carrying a total of 300 TB of data. Flying at its top sprinting speed, if that pigeon were to make its way from San Francisco to New York (4,130 km), it would achieve a data rate of 12 TB per hour, or 28 Gbps, which is several orders of magnitude faster than most Internet connections—here in the United States, the fastest average upload speeds can be found in Kansas City (through Google Fiber), at a paltry 127.0 Mbps. At that upload speed, it would take you more than 240 days to transfer 300 TB of data, in which time our pigeon could circle the entire globe 25 times.

This example isn't very realistic, assuming some sort of super pigeon, so let's tone things down a bit. Let's use a more average flight speed of 70 km/h, and only give the bird half of its maximum capacity in 1 TB microSD cards to carry, 37.5 grams worth. Even if we assume that we have access to a very fast 1 Gbps Internet connection, the pigeon still wins. In fact, the pigeon could travel more than halfway around the world in the time it would take for our upload to finish, meaning that it would be faster to send our data by pigeon to literally anywhere on Earth than it would be to use the Internet to upload the data instead."
#Internet #Pigeon #Bandwidth #DataTransport
 

EU’s Parliament Signs Off on Disastrous Internet Law: What Happens Next?


In a stunning rejection of the will of five million online petitioners, and over 100,000 protestors this weekend, the European Parliament has abandoned common-sense and the advice of academics,…
Article word count: 531

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19491061
Posted by sanqui (karma: 1193)
Post stats: Points: 181 - Comments: 68 - 2019-03-26T12:24:08Z

\#HackerNews #disastrous #eus #happens #internet #law #next #off #parliament #signs #what
Article content:




[1]Deeplinks Blog by [2]Veridiana Alimonti | March 21, 2019
[3]Hiperderecho, the leading digital rights organization in Peru, in collaboration with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, today launched its second ¿[4]Quien Defiende Tus Datos? (Who Defends Your Data?), an evaluation of the privacy practices of the Internet Service Providers (ISPs) that millions of Peruvians use every day. This yearʼs...

[5]Deeplinks Blog by [6]Danny OʼBrien | March 1, 2019
Earlier this month, security researcher Victor Gevers [7]found and disclosed an exposed database live-tracking the locations of about 2.6 million residents of Xinjiang, China, offering a window into what a digital surveillance state looks like in the 21st century. Xinjiang is China’s largest province, and home to China’s Uighurs...

[8]Deeplinks Blog by [9]Katitza Rodriguez | February 21, 2019
Law enforcement access to data is in the middle of a profound [10]shake-up [11]across the globe. States are pushing to get quicker, deeper, and more invasive access to personal data stored on the global Internet, and are looking to water down the international safeguards around privacy and due...

[12]Deeplinks Blog by [13]Veridiana Alimonti, Annie Harrison | January 31, 2019

[14]International
[15]Deeplinks Blog by [16]Danny OʼBrien | January 18, 2019
Update, January 18: EU ministers have failed to [17]approve the compromise text—with Germany, Belgium, Poland, Sweden, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Finland and Slovenia, Italy, Croatia, and Portugal all voting against the current Article 13/11 proposal. Keep up the pressure! If you’re in the Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Germany, Poland, Sweden...

[18]International
[19]Deeplinks Blog by [20]Danny OʼBrien | December 28, 2018
To the extent that 260-page regulations can ever be said to be “famous,” Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) certainly had its moment in limelight in 2018. When it came into force on May 25, it was heralded by a flurry of emails from tech companies, desperate to re-establish their...

[21]Deeplinks Blog by [22]Jillian C. York | December 26, 2018
This year, we refocused our attention on [23]Offline, our project that seeks to raise awareness of and provide actions readers can take to support imprisoned bloggers, digital activists, and technologists. Originally launched in 2015, Offline currently features six individuals from four countries whose critical voices have been silenced by...

[24]Deeplinks Blog by [25]Veridiana Alimonti | December 18, 2018
[26]Fundación Karisma, Colombia’s leading digital rights organization, just launched its fourth annual ¿Dónde Estan Mis Datos? report in collaboration with EFF. The results are even more encouraging than the ones seen [27]in 2017, with significant improvement in transparency - five companies published transparency reports, and four publicly explained...

[28]Deeplinks Blog by [29]Cory Doctorow | December 13, 2018
Today, EU negotiators in Strasbourg struggled to craft the final language of the Copyright in the Single Digital Market Directive, in their last possible meeting for 2019. They failed, thanks in large part to the Directive’s two most controversial clauses: Article 11, which requires paid licenses for linking to news...

[30]Deeplinks Blog by [31]Danny OʼBrien | December 10, 2018
EFF, as part of a coalition of over sixty other human rights groups led by [32]Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International —[33]still have questions for Sundar Pichai, Google’s CEO. Leaks and rumors continue to spread from Google about “Project Dragonfly,” a secretive plan to create a censored, trackable...

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EU’s Parliament Signs Off on Disastrous Internet Law: What Happens Next?


In a stunning rejection of the will of five million online petitioners, and over 100,000 protestors this weekend, the European Parliament has abandoned common-sense and the advice of academics,…
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HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19491061
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[1]Deeplinks Blog by [2]Veridiana Alimonti | March 21, 2019
[3]Hiperderecho, the leading digital rights organization in Peru, in collaboration with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, today launched its second ¿[4]Quien Defiende Tus Datos? (Who Defends Your Data?), an evaluation of the privacy practices of the Internet Service Providers (ISPs) that millions of Peruvians use every day. This yearʼs...

[5]Deeplinks Blog by [6]Danny OʼBrien | March 1, 2019
Earlier this month, security researcher Victor Gevers [7]found and disclosed an exposed database live-tracking the locations of about 2.6 million residents of Xinjiang, China, offering a window into what a digital surveillance state looks like in the 21st century. Xinjiang is China’s largest province, and home to China’s Uighurs...

[8]Deeplinks Blog by [9]Katitza Rodriguez | February 21, 2019
Law enforcement access to data is in the middle of a profound [10]shake-up [11]across the globe. States are pushing to get quicker, deeper, and more invasive access to personal data stored on the global Internet, and are looking to water down the international safeguards around privacy and due...

[12]Deeplinks Blog by [13]Veridiana Alimonti, Annie Harrison | January 31, 2019

[14]International
[15]Deeplinks Blog by [16]Danny OʼBrien | January 18, 2019
Update, January 18: EU ministers have failed to [17]approve the compromise text—with Germany, Belgium, Poland, Sweden, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Finland and Slovenia, Italy, Croatia, and Portugal all voting against the current Article 13/11 proposal. Keep up the pressure! If you’re in the Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Germany, Poland, Sweden...

[18]International
[19]Deeplinks Blog by [20]Danny OʼBrien | December 28, 2018
To the extent that 260-page regulations can ever be said to be “famous,” Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) certainly had its moment in limelight in 2018. When it came into force on May 25, it was heralded by a flurry of emails from tech companies, desperate to re-establish their...

[21]Deeplinks Blog by [22]Jillian C. York | December 26, 2018
This year, we refocused our attention on [23]Offline, our project that seeks to raise awareness of and provide actions readers can take to support imprisoned bloggers, digital activists, and technologists. Originally launched in 2015, Offline currently features six individuals from four countries whose critical voices have been silenced by...

[24]Deeplinks Blog by [25]Veridiana Alimonti | December 18, 2018
[26]Fundación Karisma, Colombia’s leading digital rights organization, just launched its fourth annual ¿Dónde Estan Mis Datos? report in collaboration with EFF. The results are even more encouraging than the ones seen [27]in 2017, with significant improvement in transparency - five companies published transparency reports, and four publicly explained...

[28]Deeplinks Blog by [29]Cory Doctorow | December 13, 2018
Today, EU negotiators in Strasbourg struggled to craft the final language of the Copyright in the Single Digital Market Directive, in their last possible meeting for 2019. They failed, thanks in large part to the Directive’s two most controversial clauses: Article 11, which requires paid licenses for linking to news...

[30]Deeplinks Blog by [31]Danny OʼBrien | December 10, 2018
EFF, as part of a coalition of over sixty other human rights groups led by [32]Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International —[33]still have questions for Sundar Pichai, Google’s CEO. Leaks and rumors continue to spread from Google about “Project Dragonfly,” a secretive plan to create a censored, trackable...

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The Lost Worlds of Telnet - The New Stack


#retrocomputing #history #internet
 

The Lost Worlds of Telnet - The New Stack


#retrocomputing #history #internet
 
Die #Piraten und Heinrich Heine.
https://pluspora.com/posts/926403
https://gutenberg.spiegel.de/buch/das-buch-le-grand-386/13
 
Heute ist nicht nur #Web30, sondern auch Welttag gegen #Zensur im #Internet. Wir #PIRATEN finden ja, Zensur ist ██████ und █████, weil ██ ██████████ und ████████!
#Freiheit #Piratenpartei
 
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