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2018-11-26 | Changing the law with a GitHub pull request, ASN lookup tool by Yassine, and The Linux Throwie
Monday, November 26
Joshua Tauberer found a typo in the District of Columbia’s legal code and corrected it using GitHub. Cool story in Ars Technica about Open Law Library featured in the MIT Tech Review
TWEET OF THE DAY
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
UK Parliament used an obscure old law to grab Facebook papers related to Cambridge Analytica
Recon tool by Yassine Aboukir: Look up IP addresses (IPv4 & IPv6) registered and owned by a specific organization for reconnaissance purposes
Happy cyber monday. hacks4pancakes has a holiday shopping guide tip for you
The Linux Throwie by Hackaday
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