Berto Jongman: Web 3.0 – the decentralised web promises to make the internet free again

Advanced Cyber/IO, Collective Intelligence
Berto Jongman

Web 3.0: the decentralised web promises to make the internet free again

Senior Lecturer in Law at Aston University. is Senior Lecturer in Law and Cybercrime, University of Portsmouth. 

If you have recently considered deleting your Facebook account, boycotting Amazon or trying to find an alternative to Google, you are certainly not alone. The tech giants are invading our privacy, misusing our data, strangling economic growth and helping governments spy on us. Yet because these few companies dominate so many of the Internet’s key services, it seems there is little people can do to avoid having to interact with them if they want to stay online.

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Stephen E. Arnold: Amazon Update

Advanced Cyber/IO, IO Impotency
Stephen E. Arnold

The Bezos bulldozer has run into some soil filled with largish granite boulders. Check out these developments.

Amazonia for March 18, 2019

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John McAfee: YouTube Killer Has Arrived – Tron VibraVid #GoogleGestapo Cleanser?

Advanced Cyber/IO

TRON News – McAfee Sends Love to Tron-Based Platform, Hoping It Will Be YouTube Killer

VibraVid is one of those decentralized platforms that have been powered by Tron.

This startup is believed to be a direct rival to the centralized YouTube platform and the ones similar to it.

Its purpose is to change the system that connects users and content makers. The most interesting is that VibraVid hopes to let content makers get their profit from consumers directly, with no intermediaries taking part of these earnings away.

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Penguin: The Navahos Go Digital — The Matrix — Decentralized Encrypted Survivable — France Embracing (the Same France that Fired Google)

Advanced Cyber/IO, Software

France Enters the Matrix

Matrix is an open platform for secure, decentralized, realtime communication.

From a client’s viewpoint, Matrix is a thin set of HTTP APIs for publish-subscribe (pub/sub) data synchronization; from a server’s viewpoint, it’s a rich set of HTTP APIs for data replication and identity services. On top of these APIs, application servers can provide any service that benefits from running on Matrix. Principally, that has meant interoperable chat, but Hodgson noted that any kind of JSON data could be passed, including voice over IP (VoIP), virtual or augmented reality communications, and IoT messaging.

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Berto Jongman: Blockchain Hacked

03 Economy, Advanced Cyber/IO, IO Impotency
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Once hailed as unhackable, blockchains are now getting hacked

In total, hackers have stolen nearly $2 billion worth of cryptocurrency since the beginning of 2017, mostly from exchanges, and that’s just what has been revealed publicly.

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Berto Jongman: DARPA Working on Memory Enhancement & Manipulation

Advanced Cyber/IO, Commerce, Ethics, Government
Berto Jongman

Hackers Hijacking Your Memories Threatening To Erase Them If You Don’t Pay a Ransom

Cyber Security Company Kaspersky Lab and University of Oxford researchers have teamed up on a new project which outlines the potential dangers and methods for attack concerning these developing technologies. Their report pertaining to the matter says that,“Even at today’s level of development – which is more advanced than many people realise – there is a clear tension between patient safety and patient security.”

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Stephen E. Arnold: Amazon Update

Advanced Cyber/IO, Commerce, Commercial Intelligence, Corruption, IO Impotency
Stephen E. Arnold

Amazonzia

  • A Mid Life Crisis Moment?
  • How Big Is AWS?
  • Slam Dunk: Team Microsoft’s Defense Fizzles
  • Eero: Scary?
  • Amazon Changing Colors?
  • Amazon ECR and ECS Gain PrivateLink Support
  • More Bare Metal Instances
  • New AWS Partner Wandisco
  • Striim Builds for RedShift
  • Become an Amazon AWS Expert
  • Ethical Hacking on AWS
  • Amazon Invests in Rivian
  • Google and Amazon: War of Words Escalating?
  • Austin: More Amazon and More Traffic
  • SDX Central Confirms AWS Outposts
  • Mildly Humorous Items

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Stephen E. Arnold: Google Translation – More Intelligent?

Advanced Cyber/IO
Stephen E. Arnold

Google Translation: Getting More Intelligent?

Translation has never been easier with AI and NLP tools. It is amazing for people who cannot speak foreign languages to communicate with the assistance of translation apps, like Google Translation. While there are many translation apps on the market, Google is by far the best free one. As with many of its products and services, Google spends countless hours perfecting its language algorithms. The Verge published “Google’s Head of Translation On Fighting Bias In Language And Why AI Loves Religious Texts.”

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Mongoose: False Flag Fake Victim Image Generator

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Berto Jongman: #GoogleGestapo Surveillance Capitalism Google Sister Company Sells Live Location Data from Millions of Cellphones

Advanced Cyber/IO, IO Impotency
Berto Jongman

“Surveillance Capitalism”: Google Sister Company To Package And Sell Location Data From Millions Of Cellphones

A subsidiary of Google’s parent company Alphabet, Sidewalk Labs, is using real-time mobile location data from millions of cellphone users collected over long periods of time in order to help urban planners make critical decision on transportation and land use. The program, known as Replica, gathers and anonymizes cellphone user data, then models simulations which allow civil engineers see when, how and where people travel in Urban areas.

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