"If the American public or members of Congress were learning these things for the first time, the political fallout would normally be devastating. The consequences of the report remain to be seen, but if people are not surprised or shocked by the revelations, then Mr. Trump may have benefited by the steady drip of news stories he has so loudly criticized."
This is really what makes it so clear they're using whatever excuse they can:
"The underlying act Assange is accused of—a single failed attempt to figure out a password—was not even important enough to be included in the formal CFAA charges leveled against Manning, even though it was known to the prosecutors and reported about long ago."
Stumbled into some ambient tunes https://kankyongaku.bandcamp.com/album/kanky-ongaku-japanese-ambient-environmental-new-age-music-1980-1990
And by just 5 votes, it was decided that both Article 13 and 11 would not be removed through an amendment, and several MEPs have come out and said they pushed the wrong button on that one... too late now
I've been using subsonic as a music library streamer, and it's been alright, but the web app is long in the tooth and there's no mobile app that works (for iOS) that I've found.
So I'd basically like to try and solve some these issues I've run into, and experiment with creating a nice PWA with offline capabilities (including saving music for offline play).
Made a 'lil post about creating my website https://jackketcham.com/blog/this-website
Going back to my personal website and working on replacing all usage of recompose with hooks, so far so good!
Good insight on Facebook's announcement on their new-found privacy focused strategy:
Essentially, this isn't a pivot, it's just an addition to their already existing strategy. And just like they added stories to instagram to hedge against snapchat, they're adding more 'privacy' to hedge against whoever comes to challenge that.
Woah, turns out the Nest had an undisclosed microphone all along
~=8 Character Passwords Are Dead=~
New benchmark from the Hashcat Team shows a 2080Ti GPU passing 100 Billion password guesses per second (NTLM hash).
This means that the entire keyspace, or every possible combination of:
...of an 8 character password can be guessed in:
(8x 2080Ti GPUs against NTLM Windows hash)
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