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Canada Demands Meta Lift News Ban To Allow Wildfire Info Sharing
3 months ago by [deleted] to /s/canada from slashdot.org
Vim's Creator Bram Moolenaar Dies at Age 62
3 months ago by [deleted] to /s/technology from slashdot.org
Second set of researchers report verifying a key portion of a controversial University of Illinois Chicago study's claimed discovery of a superconductor at room temperature, which was met with heavy skepticism
5 months ago by SoCo to /s/Illinois from tech.slashdot.org
System76 Plans Its Own Open Hardware Laptop and a New Desktop Environment
7 months ago by [deleted] to /s/technology from slashdot.org
Buzzfeed News is finally shutting down
7 months ago by Godknight to /s/CultureWars from m.slashdot.org
A Researcher Tried To Buy Mental Health Data. It Was Surprisingly Easy.
9 months ago by [deleted] to /s/privacy from slashdot.org
Mastercard introduces new service to mass-spy on customers, in order to sell to banks, purportedly so they can censor purchases of cryptocurrencies
1 year ago by SoCo to /s/cryptocurrency from news.slashdot.org
Slashdot commenter tells you why optometrists do a lousy job correcting astigmatism, and how to get lenses that let you see correctly. Five star comment, would read again.
1 year ago by Chipit to /s/Health from slashdot.org
Slashdot spins billionaire Mike Bloomberg middle-manning corporate unionization and selling unions as a subscription...as a good thing...what do you think?
1 year ago by SoCo to /s/AskSaidIt from it.slashdot.org
Researchers Pinpointed Covid-19's Origin to Within a Few Metres - Slashdot commenters warm the cockles of my heart by being more than a little skeptical. Check these comments!
1 year ago by iamonlyoneman to /s/conspiracy from science.slashdot.org
China Targeted Fed To Build Informant Network and Access Data, Probe Finds - Slashdot Quotes the Paywall
1 year ago by SoCo to /s/news from it.slashdot.org
The only sure fire powerhouse winner to global warming, Russia, will be devastated by it because of ... (vague hand waving) - Harvard Press' War Arm
1 year ago by SoCo to /s/propaganda from hardware.slashdot.org
NYT particular Internet regulatory policy failure in Canada, should be adopt by the US, despite previous partisan attempts to do so failing, citing some of the same risks
1 year ago by SoCo to /s/propaganda from news.slashdot.org
Google Blocks File Manager Total Commander From Allowing Users To Sideload Apps
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/Android from slashdot.org
Commenter analyzes the real reason for Ukraine war. "It has to do with ensuring that Ukraine cannot function as a staging area for invasion into Russia proper in 20 years time, when Russian demographic collapse hollows their military out to the point where their current borders become indefensible."
1 year ago by Chipit to /s/OpinionPieces from slashdot.org
Slashdot user figures out how trolls easily infest a site and manage dozens of accounts.
1 year ago by Chipit to /s/SocialMedia from slashdot.org
"The problem with climate change is that even those who believe it are unwilling to make any personal sacrifices for the sake of remedying the problem. Why do you berate others for not believing in climate change when you know it exists, and you're actively making the problem worse?"
2 years ago by Chipit to /s/environment from slashdot.org
Mozilla Is Hellbent On Making Their New Firefox UI Unusable
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Browsers from slashdot.org
Slashdot commenter nails upper-class media for doing zero investigation and being fooled by "Voltswagen" April Fool's joke. "The journalists hit by this prank so they are going to show how bad and awful this joke is by writing (and complaining on Twitter of course) how unfunny or illegal it is."
2 years ago by Chipit to /s/media_criticism from slashdot.org
A Retired Microsoft OS Engineer's Comparison of Linux with Windows
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Linux from slashdot.org
Cable ISP Warns 'Excessive' Uploaders, Says Network Can't Handle Heavy Usage
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Internet from tech.slashdot.org
Slashdot doing a story on Voat shutting down
2 years ago by Chipit to /s/Internet from tech.slashdot.org
Will We Someday Write Code Just By Describing It?
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/programming from slashdot.org
Briefly mentioned that this tool could help program with quantum computers
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/QuantumComputing from slashdot.org
Chrome and Edge Rise In Popularity. Firefox, Opera, and Safari Drop.
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Browsers from slashdot.org
Facebook engineer says Facebook is "trapped by our ideology of free expression". Commenters are dropping massive truth bombs in the excellent comment thread. Recommended, please share.
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/politics from tech.slashdot.org
Great comment nails it. "Woke" people appear to themselves be racist, which they know is wrong and they're battling their inner demons. This manifests in the form of them trying to aggressively stamp out anything that even appears to be racist, even when there isn't any known connection to racism."
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/politics from developers.slashdot.org
From 2019 - Attorney General Barr Said Consumers Should Accept Security Risks of Encryption Backdoors - Slashdot
3 years ago by D0z to /s/Internet from it.slashdot.org
3 years ago by D0z to /s/privacy from it.slashdot.org
"When NBC published their background conversation with Google yesterday the media outlet made a big legal mistake. NBC outlined the mechanics of a racketeering and antitrust violation, via Google’s power to control on-line ad revenue as a weapon to target NBC’s competition"
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/news from slashdot.org
Employees Connect Nuclear Plant To the Internet So They Can Mine Cryptocurrency
4 years ago by Mnemonic to /s/Internet from tech.slashdot.org
CERN Ditches Microsoft to 'Take Back Control' With Open Source Software - Slashdot
4 years ago by Mnemonic to /s/FLOSS from news.slashdot.org
Commenter nails Sweden's response to Wuhan virus. "We collectively conformed when it was expected of us and once conformity resulting in undeniable failure, we conform in denying that we ever knew why conformed". A very Swedish thing to do. Even the excuses are collective.
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/Coronavirus from slashdot.org
Slashdot nails it: "This is the year we discovered that viruses apparently have political parties. It's terribly dangerous to have large numbers of people get together for some politicians and causes, but perfectly safe for large numbers of people to gather for other political parties and causes."
3 years ago by Chipit to /s/politics from slashdot.org
D0z.me — the Evil URL Shortener - Slashdot
3 years ago by runecrossbow to /s/cybersecurity from it.slashdot.org
Woman runs IBM into the ground is replaced by a man
3 years ago by BillionDollarEgg3 to /s/technology from linux.slashdot.org