Facebook shuts down a tool used to find human rights abuses.
For a company whose main problem is the public finding out about human rights abuses (and genocide) facilitated with its platform, or Russian attacks on American society, or the prevalence and activities of nationalist and neo-Nazi hate groups on Facebook, or any number of things, it’s a brutal tactic from a company that will apparently protect its own interests at any cost.
Another great cybersecurity roundup from @violetblue.
Always enjoy @violetblue spilling the cybersecuritea. Click for the Baltimore ransomware drama. Stay for the thrice-dunked Facebook. Then, learn how moralizing capitalists make bank creeping on and silencing sex workers.
Feeling pretty empowered by understanding more of the nuts-and-bolts of working with SVGs. Inspires me to work on improving my design skills and sensibilities.
A great intro to the power of service workers, a great collection of resources for learning more, and a great inspiration for improving the things I build on the web!
“We could do with more experimentation around how objects work, but that’s impossible in the languages most commonly thought of as object-oriented.
Here, then, is a (very) brief run through the inner workings of objects in four very dynamic languages. I don’t think I really appreciated objects until I’d spent some time with Python, and I hope this can help someone else whet their own appetite.”