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Fun with Tech: Solar Powered Websites

I've been reading Low Tech Magazine for the past few years. I'm interested in their deep research and thoroughness of the articles. I'm generally interested in seeing if the "modern way of life" is substantially…

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Tor, Hidden Services, and Failed Technologies

Great opinion piece by two professors at UMASS-Amherst. https://www.lawfareblog.com/tor-hidden-services-are-failed-technology-harming-children-dissidents-and-journalists And include his USENIX talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=6&v=A6v4xI7yqFs&feature=emb_logo I'll think about merging many of my public and private lectures and put up my thoughts on this topic. My…

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Privacy Professor Podcast

Rebecca Herold, The Privacy Professor, hosts a great podcast series about all things privacy and technology over on VoiceAmerica. I was a guest on the episode entitled, "Diving into the Dark Net". You can listen to the…

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Nation State Actors on the Darknet

My team at DarkOwl did a ton of work researching, discussing, and debating this piece, https://www.darkowl.com/blog/nation-state-actors-in-the-dark-web. My role was editor, debater, and shepard to find a path forward. There are two people who did the…

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The Spinoff: Bikes are the new cars

From https://thespinoff.co.nz/society/20-10-2019/bikes-are-the-new-cars/ It changed our lives. We were initially unsure how much we would use it; we use it all the time. In the four months we’ve owned it we’ve ridden it 1000km around town,…

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OSMOSIS 2019

Looking forward to my second OSMOSIS Institute conference. I'll be demystifying the darknets. Here's my session blurb. See you there! Making the theoretical, practical. Darknet technologies are often steeped in deep technical jargon and complex…

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