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Amaroq_Starwind

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  1. Last time (that I know of) an old law was updated to keep up with the most recent technological innovations, we got the most disastrous copyright system in the whole world. I am of course talking about the DMCA.
  2. Considering that Facebook is literally causing people to get arrested by leaking their sensitive information (and I'm talking about things like bodily autonomy), this is looking more and more like cause for a class-action lawsuit. And also more and more like cause to get Facebook itself shut down by any means necessary.
  3. Yep! I think I’d probably end up reincarnating as a B Cell.
  4. Been watching a heck of a lot of Cells At Work. It’s an animated show from Japan about the inside of the human body, told from the perspective of the 37 trillion cells that make it up. It’s actually very entertaining, educational, and funny!
  5. So, military-grade anti-surveillance hardening. Yeah, that’s a pretty important one.
  6. I mean, the other stuff you proposed is pretty good. I just don’t really know what Tempest is.
  7. Anti…tempest monitoring…? Color me confused. As for legislation… I don’t really count that as technology.
  8. I think it’s safe for me to say that I’m not only one who enjoys learning about and following brand new technologies in the field of information security, and in some cases even getting a chance to test them. However, I haven’t actually seen a whole lot of groundbreaking developments in the past couple of years, and I’ve been searching pretty thoroughly. With that in mind, what sorts of not-yet-available technologies do you personally think would be good to have when it comes to protecting our digital information? I personally would love to see something that does for script-based attacks what Malwarebytes does for everything else. You know the ones.
  9. Will a native ARM build be developed so that users won’t need to rely on Rosetta?
  10. On the flipside though, once hybrid computers are super widespread, we’d be capable of a lot of things we weren’t able to do before. We might even be able to use it to our advantage in the fields of information security, data recovery, etc.
  11. I mean, like… do you think it’s possible to create software that can maliciously affect or misuse analog computing elements in a computer, once hybrid computers enter wider spread use?
  12. I wonder if it is possible to create malware for analog computing circuits.
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