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sarah jeong
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The New York Times 1h
Senator Elizabeth Warren called for the Democratic-led House of Representatives to begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump
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Joseph Cox 2h
MalwareTech—who helped stop the spread of WannaCry, was arrested in Vegas after Def Con—has pleaded guilty to making banking malware
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sarah jeong 3h
Replying to @hels
wow outed
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sarah jeong 6h
Replying to @reckless @RA_Becks
I thought this one said far more!
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nilay patel 6h
Microsoft workers are the latest to question company diversity initiatives, per this Quartz piece: But and dug deeply into the issue when it was James Damore and Google, and well, this graph says it all
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Kathleen Lu 6h
As I've seen someone else mention, this isn't a militia. A militia is an arm of the state. So unless New Mexico is sanctioning them, these are criminals kidnapping and threatening people with impunity. If they were brown, they would be called a gang or a terror network.
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sarah jeong 6h
Replying to @sarahjeong
but back to my original point: if the lack of a court or a prosecutor deeming something as a crime is evidence that something is no big deal................................ so what was the big deal with NSA spying
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sarah jeong 7h
Replying to @sarahjeong
To have this as part of your past and then be so fixated on how "russiagate" is a "fraud" while one of the great human rights crises of our time is playing out... is a bad look!
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sarah jeong 7h
Replying to @beccalew @mustpax
Glad to hear it, it's just very frustrating that I put it out right before things took such a turn in 2016
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sarah jeong 7h
Replying to @sarahjeong
Also would be interesting to compare/contrast SOME PEOPLE'S reaction to Bush-era neoconservatives claiming to turn against Trump and "join" with liberals, with, say, SOME PEOPLE'S statements on their past, over-a-decade-old anti-immigration writings
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sarah jeong 7h
Replying to @sarahjeong
Would be interesting to compare/contrast current quotes with past reactions to people saying that the revelations of NSA bulk collection were overhyped
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sarah jeong 7h
I honestly do not know where people get off on criticizing investigation of the executive branch if they spent 2013-2015 yelling about how Clapper lied etc
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sarah jeong 7h
Replying to @mustpax @beccalew
Bit outdated, I hope I get a chance to put out something more relevant. Highly recommend Zoe Quinn's Crash Override, also Danielle Citron's Hate Crimes in Cyberspace (though like my own book, is a policy book and similarly suffers from time lapse)
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sarah jeong Apr 18
Replying to @sarahjeong
love you too alex
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sarah jeong Apr 18
Replying to @sarahjeong
and before alex stamos storms in here to reply to me, yes i know there's no evidence of outside access, which means you can quibble about whether or not it's breach qua breach
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sarah jeong Apr 18
I'm curious to see some actual numbers. Are we talking low millions, or LinkedIn/Yahoo (hundreds of millions)? These quiet low key releases might be announcing historic numbers and we wouldn't know
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Brent Staples Apr 18
A coverup for all to see.....
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Jess Bidgood Apr 18
The last words in the Mueller report (before the appendices) are this quote: "No person in this country is so high that he is above the law."
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sarah jeong Apr 18
Replying to @sarahjeong
these filtering systems are highly sophisticated and honestly technological marvels! also, all stakeholders fucking hate them
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sarah jeong Apr 18
I see this line of reasoning all the time: "my videos get automatically demonetized for stupid and imo wrong copyright reasons all the time, so clearly YouTube is capable of automatically screening for hate speech and terrorism" idk spot the problem here
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