Things That Would Not Have Happened On Safe

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#142

Let’s add this to the ever-increasing list of things that would have never happened on SAFE: the Chinese government’s censorship of WeChat communication sophisticatedly targets not just specific words, per se, but rather combinations of words. I guess people just have to resort to being “that guy” who sends strings of one-word texts…unless of course, those singular words also run afoul of “public sensibilities”…


#143

#144

I am guessing we should just Pin FB at the top of the list, because it comes up so often!! :smiley:


#145

I reckon this thread is some of the best marketing the Safe Network (Sic!) :wink: can get.


#146

or not : https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/oct/02/facebook-hack-compromised-accounts-tokens

A nice compromizing performance by FB , who is next ? :sunglasses:


#147

Instagram, also from Facebook, is very secure at the moment :wink:


#148

500,000 Google+ users now

party goes on


#149

NotPetya - a nation state attack that threatened global infrastructure, corporations, government and economies

Well worth a read:


#150

#151

Update to an earlier entry: