Privacy is not secrecy, and secrecy is not always bad.
We all have secrets, and things we want to keep private, at least for a while.
Privacy allows us to reveal those secrets to those we trust.
Privacy allows us to reveal our secrets when and how we feel comfortable.
A lack of privacy is to be vulnerable.
To take away privacy (surveillance) is to disempower and make people vulnerable.
Privacy is too valuable to throw away without a second thought.
Gee, what could possibly go wrong with this plan?
This whole write-up is great, but the Hackers-inspired video demoing the exploit just clinches it. Gold. #hacktheplanet https://signal.org/blog/cellebrite-vulnerabilities/
Trying to setup an IaC codebase in terraform for a provider other than AWS or Azure is frustrating. The hardest part about learning the HCL language is that every example is very AWS-specific. My brain is having trouble filtering that out and boiling it down to the core concepts that apply to the system I'm working with. Maybe I'm just getting old.
DevOps/SystemAdmin. Linux user since Yggdrasil. Learning Go, but still fall back to python for most things. Father, husband, linux nerd.
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