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  1. L

    GoDaddy Blocking Emails?

    Absolutely agreed. And, for the "spam email filtering option," it's concerning whether those agreeing to it understand fully the implications of such a setting. What puzzles me as well is how it is justified to have first class email also blocked? Aren't there laws against that in the...
  2. Sam1234

    question Is it possible to buy a domain and host it anonymously?

    I don't just mean WHOIS Privacy, but is there a way to do this such that the owner could never be identified? And also, without breaking any laws, so the site wouldn't be shut down?
  3. Sam1234

    question Is it possible to buy a domain and host it anonymously?

    I don't just mean WHOIS Privacy, but is there a way to do this such that the owner could never be identified? And also, without breaking any laws, so the site wouldn't be shut down?
  4. keesj

    Best practices for your registrant contact email address?

    I'm curious what the best practices are with regards to email addresses for your registrant contact and registrar accounts. Let's say my name is John Doe, and I use [email protected] as my primary email address. If someone were able to get access to the domain name (e.g. through social...
  5. keesj

    Best practices for your registrant contact email address?

    I'm curious what the best practices are with regards to email addresses for your registrant contact and registrar accounts. Let's say my name is John Doe, and I use [email protected] as my primary email address. If someone were able to get access to the domain name (e.g. through social...
  6. WhoaDomain.com

    news Are Meta domains doomed? Maybe?

    Is the article below an indication that meta domains will not have the payout many are hoping for? As far as selling to Meta? https://www.google.com/amp/s/nypost.com/2022/03/20/meta-employees-look-to-ditch-jobs-amid-stock-crash/amp/
  7. WhoaDomain.com

    news Are Meta domains doomed? Maybe?

    Is the article below an indication that meta domains will not have the payout many are hoping for? As far as selling to Meta? https://www.google.com/amp/s/nypost.com/2022/03/20/meta-employees-look-to-ditch-jobs-amid-stock-crash/amp/
  8. Future Sensors

    security Face Recognition Technology Explained (EFF)

    Face Recognition Technology: Commonly Used Terms As face recognition technology evolves at a dizzying speed, new uses and terminologies seem to develop daily. On this page, we attempt to define and disambiguate some of the most commonly used terms. Read more...
  9. Future Sensors

    security Face Recognition Technology Explained (EFF)

    Face Recognition Technology: Commonly Used Terms As face recognition technology evolves at a dizzying speed, new uses and terminologies seem to develop daily. On this page, we attempt to define and disambiguate some of the most commonly used terms. Read more...
  10. Future Sensors

    security Neighborhoods Watched: The rise of urban mass surveillance

    Article: https://surveillance.thelensnola.org/
  11. Future Sensors

    security Neighborhoods Watched: The rise of urban mass surveillance

    Article: https://surveillance.thelensnola.org/
  12. Future Sensors

    security Facebook's smart glasses could invade your privacy in new ways

    Facebook’s smart glasses could invade your privacy in new ways 'Lifelogging' means never forgetting what you said in a nasty argument https://www.marketwatch.com/story/facebooks-smart-glasses-could-invade-your-privacy-in-new-ways-11634759384
  13. Future Sensors

    security Facebook's smart glasses could invade your privacy in new ways

    Facebook’s smart glasses could invade your privacy in new ways 'Lifelogging' means never forgetting what you said in a nasty argument https://www.marketwatch.com/story/facebooks-smart-glasses-could-invade-your-privacy-in-new-ways-11634759384
  14. Future Sensors

    security Can the DNS support encryption without enabling centralization?

    Can the DNS support encryption without enabling centralization? DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) and DNS-over-TLS (DoT) improve the privacy of DNS queries and responses. While encryption is a positive thing, deployment of these protocols has, in some cases, resulted in further centralization of the DNS...
  15. Future Sensors

    security Can the DNS support encryption without enabling centralization?

    Can the DNS support encryption without enabling centralization? DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) and DNS-over-TLS (DoT) improve the privacy of DNS queries and responses. While encryption is a positive thing, deployment of these protocols has, in some cases, resulted in further centralization of the DNS...
  16. Future Sensors

    security Bugs in our Pockets: The Risks of Client-Side Scanning

    Bugs in our Pockets: The Risks of Client-Side Scanning H. Abelson, R. Anderson, S. M. Bellovin, J. Benaloh, M. Blaze, J. Callas, W. Diffie, S. Landau, P. G. Neumann, R. L. Rivest, J. I. Schiller, B. Schneier, V. Teague, C. Troncoso October 15, 2021 Our increasing reliance on digital...
  17. Future Sensors

    security Bugs in our Pockets: The Risks of Client-Side Scanning

    Bugs in our Pockets: The Risks of Client-Side Scanning H. Abelson, R. Anderson, S. M. Bellovin, J. Benaloh, M. Blaze, J. Callas, W. Diffie, S. Landau, P. G. Neumann, R. L. Rivest, J. I. Schiller, B. Schneier, V. Teague, C. Troncoso October 15, 2021 Our increasing reliance on digital...
  18. Future Sensors

    legal NIS2 Directive: EU to ban anonymous websites (draft)

    Cybersecurity: EU to ban anonymous websites The EU is currently drafting legislation to increase cyber security (revised NIS Directive, in short “NIS 2”). According to this directive, the registration of internet domain names will in future require the correct identification of the owner in the...