RT @stuntpope
How have things changed in the intervening five years? Searches for potato chips still supreme, while interest in Internet has declined to that of fart jokes, sometimes running below it.... 2/2

RT @stuntpope
Facebook reminded me that 5 years ago I posted a google trends graph showing search volume for "internet privacy" as compared to "fart jokes" and "potato chips". Chips won hands down, with interest in internet privacy a little above fart jokes.... 1/2

Are we in a global cyberwar and we just haven't gotten the memo yet? That's one of the topics we cover in this week's salon 43

RT @easyDNS
Is the still going?
Want to prevent it from happening again?

You need: multiple DNS providers.
You need: nameserver failover.
You need: High Availability DNS


RT @easyDNS
The highlights the points made in the perennial article we wrote about this over a decade ago

There is a magic bullet for staying up when your DNS vendor goes down, and we provide the tools and systems to do it.


👉New BIND vulnerabilities
👉iOS 14.5 comes with new privacy alert pop-ups
👉Google’s contact tracing app has privacy flaws...this and more in Axis of Easy #194 axisofeasy.com/aoe/axisofeasy-

RT @brianjjackson
This morning's Tech Insights delves into an internet mystery - Why did an unknown company suddenly take control of the Pentagon's IP address space to become the largest owner of this internet infrastructure in the world? with @stuntpope anchor.fm/techinsights/episode

RT @mgeist
The @NDP announces it will be voting to put Bill C-10 on hold, pending a Charter of Rights of Freedoms review. ndp.ca/news/ndp-statement-bill

RT @BradleyWerrell
Check out a ONE HOUR discussion on this topic with this week's podcast guest @stuntpope

It was an honor to finally speak to this man, and I'm glad to share it with you now :)


LISTEN: open.spotify.com/show/4FUqTAFw

READ: bradleywerrell.com/podcast-lib

RT @mgeist
Why the Government's Secret Forthcoming Bill C-10 Amendment Confirms Its Plans to Regulate User Generated Content michaelgeist.ca/2021/04/ugcame

👉Another Yet Another Chrome Zero-Day
👉Bad auditing software sent UK postal workers to prison
👉USPO running cyber-surveillance operation on social media posts. This and more in this week's Axis of Easy #193 axisofeasy.com/aoe/axisofeasy-

RT @stuntpope
This is why I donate monthly to the @JCCFCanada. If you're a Canadian who values your civil liberties, step up to the plate now and help out any way you can. twitter.com/StuntPope/status/1

👉Facebook’s ad system lets companies spin both directions
👉Big Tech’s fingerprints all over new privacy laws in US
👉Amazon is trying to strongarm Ecobee into sharing user data... this and more in Axis of Easy #192

RT @easyDNS
@elonmusk It's one thing to tweet about it. We're doing it.
$DOGE is now an accepted payment method at easyDNS.


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