Twitter makes another attempt to reduce abuse by cracking down on eggs
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Anonymous has released four separate drops that allegedly include the names and information of members of the Klu Klux Klan — a Christian white supremacy organization identified as a hate group by the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center. The list, so far, has apparently included the names of US politicians. According to a press release video by the decentralized hacktivist group, they plan to out members over time in conjunction with their ‘Million Mask March’ [PDF] on November 5: We never forgot your threats to the protesters in Ferguson, and we certainly never forgave you. And the same will be…
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Two Cornell crypto researchers have developed some math tricks to ensure survey respondents can speak their minds without fear of identification.
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