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Re:Encrypt your drives.  *Wednesday June 29, 2016 @06:33AM 2 5, Funny
   attached to Study: 78% of Resold Drives Still Contain Readable Personal or Business Data
Re:The Naked Truth  *Friday June 24, 2016 @06:41AM 3 5, Insightful
   attached to BBC: UK Votes To Leave The European Union
No it is not.  *Friday June 17, 2016 @11:48AM  4, Informative
   attached to Digital Currency Ethereum Is Cratering Amid Claims Of a $50 Million Hack
Re:Encryption is useless  *Thursday April 28, 2016 @04:27AM 2 3
   attached to Child Porn Suspect Jailed Indefinitely For Refusing To Decrypt Hard Drives
Re:This right here...  *Thursday April 21, 2016 @09:23AM 1 2
   attached to Changes Are Coming To the EU's Cookie Directive, But It's Not Going Away
Re:Additional reading  *Wednesday April 20, 2016 @12:22PM 3 2
   attached to Stephen Fry Urges Young To Flee 'Dystopian' Social Networks
Re:Brexit, Please!  *Thursday March 24, 2016 @07:10AM  2
   attached to UK Man Faces Prison For Circumventing UK's Pirate Site Blockade
Re:If GitHub was open source...  *Wednesday February 24, 2016 @12:54PM 1 3
   attached to New GitHub Upgrades Respond To Recent Complaints
Re:They've moved to that distro: it's called FreeB  *Sunday January 24, 2016 @03:45PM 2 3
   attached to Linux 4.5 Adds Raspberry Pi 2 Support, AMD GPU Re-Clocking, Intel Kaby Lake
Golang, golang, golang!  *Thursday January 07, 2016 @05:55PM 2 2
   attached to Java Named Top Programming Language of 2015
Re:I wish...  *Friday September 18, 2015 @03:48PM  3
   attached to JetBrains Reconsiders Subscription Licensing Changes
tyk  *Friday June 19, 2015 @05:00PM  2
   attached to Ask Slashdot: Best API Management System?
Re:More ambiguous cruft  *Friday January 30, 2015 @08:45AM  2
   attached to The Gap Between What The Public Thinks And What Scientists Know
Good  *Monday January 26, 2015 @10:37AM 8 5, Insightful
   attached to Omand Warns of "Ethically Worse" Spying If Unbreakable Encryption Is Allowed
This is not really big news.  *Friday October 24, 2014 @04:54PM 1 3
   attached to Researcher Finds Tor Exit Node Adding Malware To Downloads
Re: Simple.  *Friday June 20, 2014 @05:12PM 1 2
Simple.  *Friday June 20, 2014 @04:21PM 8 1
   attached to Overeager Compilers Can Open Security Holes In Your Code
Re:Not malicious but not honest?  *Friday April 11, 2014 @03:41PM  3
Re:Not malicious but not honest?  *Friday April 11, 2014 @03:37PM 1 3
   attached to Heartbleed Coder: Bug In OpenSSL Was an Honest Mistake
go  *Wednesday January 22, 2014 @11:56AM  2
   attached to Ask Slashdot: It's 2014 -- Which New Technologies Should I Learn?
Re:impediments to access?  *Thursday May 30, 2013 @10:32AM  4, Insightful
Re:impediments to access?  *Thursday May 30, 2013 @10:30AM  3
   attached to EFF Makes Formal Objection to DRM In HTML5
Re:This will be followed by a new headline tomorro  *Thursday January 24, 2013 @05:45AM 1 2
   attached to Alan Cox: Fedora 18 "The Worst Red Hat Distro," Switches To Ubuntu
Re:Any browser publisher is the same way  *Thursday January 10, 2013 @12:28PM 2 2
   attached to Nokia Admits Decrypting User Data Claiming It Isn't Looking

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