Hot off the presses... from The Onion...Google Maps Adds Shortcuts Through Houses Of People Google Knows Aren’t Home Right Now
theonion.com/google-maps-adds-

Compelling argument on the relationship between controlling our bodies and our right to privacy through encryption:
The End of Roe Will Bring About a Sea Change in the Encryption Debate
cyberlaw.stanford.edu/blog/202

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Including “And. And. And. And. And.” in a Google doc causes it to crash bit.ly/3vNJHN2

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I wonder if Fediverse devs and power users realize there's about to be a massive infusion of capital into ActivityPub projects—and this capital will change everything.

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“The AI industry does not seek to capture land as the conquistadors of the Caribbean and Latin America did, but the same desire for profit drives it to expand its reach” buff.ly/36uVPbS

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/r/rojava was banned from reddit. More than 34,458 subscribers. No recent reports of any problems. No information about why it was banned. Thousands of posts about Rojava since 2014. A unique hub of information.

/r/CombatFootage/ is going strong, so it ain't about violence.

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"The far-right People’s Convoy reportedly opened fire with live rounds at anti-fascist counter protesters today on I-205 freeway in Oregon. Independent journalist Alissa Azar confirmed that two shots were fired and that no counter protesters were injured." dailykos.com/stories/2022/4/29

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Elon Musk isn’t just buying Twitter, he’s buying every private tweet and direct message you’ve ever sent. He’s acquiring untold volumes of location data, IP addresses, and other metadata. And there are virtually no rules on how he can use it. #deleteTwitter

Elon Musk’s Twitter Could Be a Nightmare for User Privacy thedailybeast.com/elon-musks-t

Long and dense but a great read:
Crypto, the Left, and Techno-Feudalism | Yanis Varoufakis & Evgeny Morozov in dialogue - mέta
metacpc.org/en/crypto-blockcha

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The SQLite project has 640 times more lines of testing code then lines of regular code. Is there ever a point where the effort to maintain the testing code outweighs it's benefit? sqlite.org/testing.html

Hi May First members! The May First Membership meeting is starting in 45 minutes. If you are a member and have not received the link to join, please email info@mayfirst.org.

Hi to all the May First members out there in the Fediverse - if you have not yet registered for our Membership meeting tomorrow at 3:00 pm America/New_York (8:00 pm UTC), please do so now so we can send you the link to participate: outreach.mayfirst.org/civicrm/

Any May First members out there? If so, now's the time to register for our annual membership meeting! mayfirst.coop/en/membership-me

On the state of banking and Internet security: “We’re failing so profoundly at the very basics that children can literally become millionaire criminals."
threatpost.com/teen-rakes-in-2

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Trying not to lose too much time checking out the global clock
thehtime.com/. Intriguing idea, the full article is also fascinating (medium.com/adventures-in-consu), especially the part about identifying days by the position of the earth relative to the sun. Reminds me of the hours I lost obsessing over calendars thanks to 99 percent invisible (99percentinvisible.org/episode).

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