Strong device identity models are developed in partnership with TPM and hardware cryptographic providers such as Infineon and Intrinsic ID, as well as other Trusted Computing Group members.
But hey, it hasn't been on Github until now. Why the hell is this news?
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Say it isn't so.
You'd think that such companies touting themselves as the masters of the new way of doing business would refrain from the very monopolistic manoeuvres they have been criticizing all along. You'd think...
Man, this thing is killer fast!
This is a censor's wet dream - turning the Internet into an unidirectional distribution channel, just like TV. IPv4 address space exhaustion only helps them do that sooner. MPAA/RIAA also have a vested interest in this.
An algorithm that recognizes users based on their masturbation movements. Even those with Parkinson.
But they've bumped the version number to 2.0!
From a guy called Guppy, by any chance?
tarsnap.com. Not very user-friendly, but it does what it says on the tin.
Earlier today, the OP was heard saying "I know I have Alzheimer's, but hey, at least I don't have Alzheimer's!"
You can tune a piano, but you can't tuna fish. You can tune a filesystem, but you can't tuna fish. -- from the tunefs(8) man page