For those unaware, one of the highest profile security researchers and bloggers was hit with the largest DDoS attack in history. It was so massive that it impacted Akamai and they removed support for his website, which is a dramatic accomplishment that may portend an unwelcome future for the internet and free speech.
Today, he has a follow up post The Democratization of Censorship:
John Gilmore, an American entrepreneur and civil libertarian, once famously quipped that “the Internet interprets censorship as damage and routes around it.” This notion undoubtedly rings true for those who see national governments as the principal threats to free speech.
More than 20 years after Gilmore first coined that turn of phrase, his most notable quotable has effectively been inverted — “Censorship can in fact route around the Internet.” The Internet can’t route around censorship when the censorship is all-pervasive and armed with, for all practical purposes, near-infinite reach and capacity. I call this rather unwelcome and hostile development the “The Democratization of Censorship.”
This is a follow up to a previous post. My own testing shows that there's no issue with my ScanSnap and DEVONthink Pro Office. My interpretation is that the main issue is with scanning to Preview.app from the ScanSnap software. Use at your own risk but I've ...
Recently Amazon rolled out Audible Channels as a new benefit to Prime subscribers. Channels similar to podcasts and to some degree compete for listeners. If you are an Amazon Prime member and an Audible customer then you can subscribe to topical feeds filled with interesting content like The Great Courses ...
TJ on Twitter sent out the fire alarm for ScanSnap users.
Fujitsu is telling ScanSnap owners not to upgrade to Sierra because they failed to update their software for the new OS.
That link sums up a complete failure by Fujitsu. Their scanners will simply fail to scan in a ...
Well, well, well. This is just great. A very generous person just dropped me a note today to say that in iOS 10 it's very easy to convert an email to a PDF. From the standard message print screen pinch out to open the message in a new window ...
Here's a couple of nice options that may not be well known. You can share a contact by visiting the contact card in iOS and using the share sheet to send it as a text message. The shared contact can then be added, in its entirety, by the recipient ...
Every year there's one or two iOS apps that really elevate the platform to a new level for me. In the early days it was Tweetbot and iThoughts. Then it was Evernote and Editorial, and Workflow. More recently, scanning applications like Scanner Pro or Scanbot have been tremendous new ...
Hazel for Mac is 10 years old and to celabrate Noodlesoft has a 50% off sale running right now. Just visit the store and get it for $16. Hazel is one of the main reasons I'd never go iOS only. It makes my Mac far too efficient to abandon.
I've been using MailMate for years and contributed to the fundraiser for version 2. If you're a paid user then you should have access to the beta features, including the new design just released.
The new modern theme looks good and I especially like how quoting works.
Plex is one of the best investments I've made in any service. In the last month they've announced two major new features:
I'm a lifetime Plex Pass holder and I use a lot of the features. What I find most striking ...
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