Releases · xwiki-labs/cryptpad

Releases · xwiki-labs/cryptpad

We identified and fixed a number of issues which caused shared folders that were protected with access lists to fail to load due to race conditions between loading the document and authenticating with the server as a user or member of a team.

Stream It or Skip It: ‘A Christmas Tree Grows in Colorado’ on Hallmark, a Holiday Romcom Brave Enough to Address Online Privacy

Stream It or Skip It: ‘A Christmas Tree Grows in Colorado’ on Hallmark, a Holiday Romcom Brave Enough to Address Online Privacy

A Christmas Tree Grows in Colorado is a new Hallmark holiday movie set in Brooklyn… which is a small town in Colorado.

40 groups have called for a US moratorium on facial recognition technology

40 groups have called for a US moratorium on facial recognition technology

The news: US government use of facial recognition technology should be banned “pending further review,” according to 40 organizations that signed a letter calling for a recommendation to be made to the president.

Apple is offering free genetic tests to all its Silicon Valley employees

Apple is offering free genetic tests to all its Silicon Valley employees

Apple, which recently set up dedicated health clinics known as "AC Wellness" for employees and their dependents near its headquarters, has been working with Color for several months, according to several people with direct knowledge of the discussions.

China is using DNA samples to try to re-create the faces of Uighurs

China is using DNA samples to try to re-create the faces of Uighurs

The news: Chinese researchers are using blood taken from Uighurs to try to work out how to use a DNA sample to re-create an image of a person’s face, according to an investigation by the New York Times.

Civil Rights Groups Demand Congress Investigate Amazon’s 'Surveillance Empire'

Civil Rights Groups Demand Congress Investigate Amazon’s 'Surveillance Empire'

Fifteen civil rights groups launched a major campaign on Monday calling on Congress to investigate how Amazon and its home surveillance company Ring violate civil liberties, particularly through partnerships with law enforcement.

There is more than only black and white in information security and privacy

There is more than only black and white in information security and privacy

When it comes to information security and privacy, some people specialized in spreading black and white thinking.The new filter bubble, inflated by black and white thinking of like-minded people, is proclaimed as the only truth.

When Will We Get the Full Truth About How and Why the Government Is Using Face Recognition?

When Will We Get the Full Truth About How and Why the Government Is Using Face Recognition?

Despite some pushback from some lawmakers on the committee, John Wagner of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Austin Gould of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Joseph DiPietro of the Secret Service, and Charles Romine from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) argued that face recognition and biometric surveillance is safe, regulated, and essential for the purposes of keeping airports and U.S. borders secure.

Oppo's under-screen camera is real and taking photos in Shanghai

Oppo's under-screen camera is real and taking photos in Shanghai

According to Oppo, this zoned-out area features a highly-transparent material plus a redesigned pixel structure for improved light transmittance. Oppo added that the under-screen camera itself also packs a larger sensor with bigger pixels, along with a larger aperture to get as much light as possible.

CU Colorado Springs students secretly photographed for government-backed facial-recognition research

CU Colorado Springs students secretly photographed for government-backed facial-recognition research

A professor at the University of Colorado’s Colorado Springs campus led a project that secretly snapped photos of more than 1,700 students, faculty members and others walking in public more than six years ago in an effort to enhance facial-recognition technology.

How to hide from the AI surveillance state with a color printout

How to hide from the AI surveillance state with a color printout

In some countries the technology constitutes a powerful new layer of policing and government surveillance. “What our work proves is that it is possible to bypass camera surveillance systems using adversarial patches,” says Wiebe Van Ranst, one of the authors.

Amazon’s Home Security Company Is Turning Everyone Into Cops

Amazon’s Home Security Company Is Turning Everyone Into Cops

When a crime such as a stolen package is depicted on Neighbors, a Ring employee will post a comment that says, “If you have filed a police report, please share the case number and officer’s contact information below.

Exclusive: This Huge Hospital System Is Offering Its 30,000 Workers Free Genetic Tests

Exclusive: This Huge Hospital System Is Offering Its 30,000 Workers Free Genetic Tests

Klasko and the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital’s Karen Knudsen, enterprise director of the NCI-Designated Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, spoke with me about initiative and its goal of promoting personalized treatment for employees—as well as what sets it apart from increasingly popular at-home DNA testing services like 23andMe.

Comcast Hides Commands In Voice Remotes For Halloween

Comcast Hides Commands In Voice Remotes For Halloween

The engineers also added some hidden commands for the coming movie “The Grinch,” including “Xfinity Home, the Grinch” or “Xfinity Home, Grinch is Home,” either of which will turn the color of the light to green.

Colorado’s “Strong Arm” law firm suing another web giant — this time it’s Google

Colorado’s “Strong Arm” law firm suing another web giant — this time it’s Google

The claims are similar to those made by Azar & Associates in a lawsuit filed Oct. 11 against Facebook for a recent breach of its system that potentially exposed the personal information of about 30 million users.