I keep trying to leave this bug report but I keep getting dragged in. It's worse than Twitter.
-- Dan Rosenberg
They went out of their way to let researchers in, and now they're kicking
me out for doing research. I didn't have to report this bug. Some bad guy
could have found it instead and developed real malware.
after finding an iOS flaw and getting banned from Apple's developer program
for reporting it
The RIAA's political strategy in the war on piracy has been alternately to
oppose and support government regulation of the Internet, depending on
what's expedient. I wonder if rights owners and the trade groups that
represent them experience any sense of cognitive dissonance when they
advocate against something at one moment and for it a little while later—to
the same audience, on the same issue.
in the Freedom to Tinker
Given a sentence to give password advice on a billboard, I'd instead say:
A really strong password is one that nobody else has ever used.
That's all you need. More complicated advice about password length or using numbers and punctuation just leads to 'Password1!' if its not motivated by finding something unusual enough to be globally unique.
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