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2019-05-17 | Cybersecurity for the public interest, Hacktivity highlights, and The importance of having a good sense of humor in InfoSec

Friday, May 17

Note from the editor: My friend Chris Holt, Senior Bug Bounty Operations Lead at Verizon Media, is doing a webinar with HackerOne. He’s one of the best at what he does, I think you’d get a lot out of his talk. You can register here… Now on to our regularly scheduled programming.

TOP STORY

HACKTIVITY HIGHLIGHTS

TWEET OF THE DAY

  • Interesting. Thanks for the new <portal> element of Google (https://web.dev/hands-on-portals …) you can navigate to top-level data: URI again! - @SecurityMB

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That is the idea that there exists a sphere of life that should remain outside public scrutiny, in which we can be sure that our words, actions, thoughts and feelings are not being indelibly recorded. This includes not only intimate spaces like the home, but also the many semiprivate places where people gather and engage with one another in the common activities of daily life — the workplace, church, club or union hall.”

Maciej Ceglowski