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JenniNext
Water lover, lover of the American West. Artist. Music lover. Not witty in 140 characters.
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Katie Moussouris Nov 22
Paying a ransom isn't illegal, not should it be. Evading breach notification laws is illegal because the laws were made to stop companies from covering up when PII is or was in unauthorized hands. Don't conflate ransom risk management (ok) w breach notification cover-up (not ok).
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Evan Greer Nov 22
I wrote up this hot take for about how is NOT dead yet, and what we can do to save it.
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Eva Nov 22
Hey software engineers, remember how you were going to resist the coming dystopia? You can do it by refusing to work on this project and shaming any company that cooperates.
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JenniNext Nov 22
Replying to @TheBoobla
Me too.
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JenniNext Nov 22
Replying to @TheBoobla
Makes you wanna scream, right?
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ProPublica Nov 22
1/ Two things: We have WH visitor logs Trump admin didn’t want you to see ( sued to get them). Using the logs, we found that the influential OMB director’s door is open to corporate & conservative interests. Want details?
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ACLU Nov 22
We’re very, very disappointed by significant failures in Facebook’s system for identifying and preventing discrimination in advertisements for rental housing. Thread ⬇️
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Zack Whittaker Nov 22
Microsoft, Accenture and Deloitte were among the companies who attended a meeting with ICE.
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Tehri Parker Nov 21
My poem "Dear Utah" is helping raise funds for wildplaces. via
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Protect Our Winters Nov 21
Support POW while shopping on Amazon. Bookmark this page, shop, Amazon donates:
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Michael F. Bennet Nov 21
Coloradans have spoken & the consensus is clear: A free and open internet is essential to our democracy and economy. We need enforceable rules to ensure every citizen has fair access to information.
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JenniNext Nov 22
Replying to @brodyleven
It's a mad house right now. Wait. Their gear works well enough, though.
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JenniNext Nov 22
Faked comments in support of repealing and the FCC will do nothing about it! This is not OK, folks!
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Eric Schneiderman Nov 21
Replying to @FCC @AjitPaiFCC
This misuse of identity by the 100,000s should concern everyone — regardless of party or position on . If law enforcement can’t investigate and prosecute when it happens on this scale, the door is open for it to happen again and again.
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JenniNext Nov 21
Replying to @BoneVision
Awwww, poor stickman. ☹️
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Kim Zetter Nov 21
Wow. Joe Sullivan, a former federal prosecutor in the Justice Department's computer crimes division, has been ousted as CSO of Uber after paying hackers $100k to keep quiet about breaching the ride-sharing company
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Eric Schneiderman Nov 20
The internet is the public square of the 21st century. Unless we all speak out against the ’s efforts to gut , the free and open internet we know today could be gone for good.
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Mikki Kendall Nov 21
"We can't force out all the men who harass women" Why not? They kept out talented women in every field. They can be replaced. Immediately.
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Fight for the Future Nov 21
Verizon sent one of their top lawyers to run the FCC, and now he's about to kill . Nationwide protests at Verizon stores on December 7th. Find one near you here:
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JenniNext Nov 21
This is what I've been saying...
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