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50,000+ still-sealed US federal indictments since Oct 2017. Yearly average? @1,000

One day, very soon, the hammer will drop on all of these clowns.

“Watergate x 1,000”, I’ve heard it said.

I don’t know what it is about Trello, but it feels like the service of choice for disclosing passwords and API keys (though github may lead the pack for that second category).

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Engadget: The Google graveyard: Remembering three dead search engines.

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My old boss (wrote one of the first books in UK on SEO , “Lost and Found in Cyberspace”) used to speak with AltaVista regularly in the olden days of SEO, and making primitive (compared to today) websites.

A couple of screenshots from the way back machine of our “tech previews”. :slightly_smiling_face:


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FoodPages can only get better and better.

Did it?

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CoinDesk: Coinbase Gears Up for Biggest-Ever Expansion of Crypto Asset Listings -
CoinDesk.
https://www-coindesk-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/www.coindesk.com/coinbase-gears-up-for-biggest-ever-expansion-of-crypto-asset-listings/amp/

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Saw a familiar logo on a book today.

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it’s clear that attackers exploited a vulnerability in Facebook’s code that impacted “View As” […]. This allowed them to steal Facebook access tokens which they could then use to take over people’s accounts.

[…] around 90 million people […]

Up to 90 50 million Facebook users possibly had their accounts taken over.

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Facebook just keeps on giving and getting away with it

http://newsvire.com/exclusive-tim-berners-lee-tells-us-his-radical-new-plan-to-upend-the-world-wide-web/

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And a paycheck:

Answers for Young People

- Where were you when you invented the WWW?

I was working in a physics laboratory called CERN. (CERN is in Geneva, Switzerland. Switzerland is near the middle of Europe.)

And the luxury of no deadline or performance milestone:

Frequently asked questions

I think I wrote the 1989 memo there. When I actually started work coding up the WWW code in September 1990, I moved into the larger office. That is where I had the NeXT machine, as I remember it.

Even more years of development:

One Small Step for the Web - Tim Berners-Lee

In 2009, I said, “The web as I envisaged it we have not seen yet.”

Last link above was posted by @happybeing in this forum 7 hrs ago:

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Prior to partnering with Sir Tim Berners-Lee, he was the co-founder and CEO of Resilient, a company that developed a new approach to cybersecurity before being acquired by IBM. Before inrupt, John led four start-ups, three of which resulted in global acquisitions. John will apply his decades of strategic business leadership and experience with leading software and service companies to launch inrupt and the next phase of the web.

https://www.inrupt.com/meet-the-inrupters/

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This is interesting.
Here’s the direct link:

Question: What’s the significance of Inrupt in the world of SOLID and SAFE?

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