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The other side of the conspiracy

From Marcus Hutchins comes this: Imagine what a plot twist it’d be if it turned out Bill Gates wasn’t trying to inject people with tracking chips, and actually the tracking chip was in the social media app those people were … Continue reading

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Any sufficiently stupid person is indistinguishable from bots

I don’t think Alan Turing factor[ed] in people becoming so unbelievably stupid that they are indistinguishable from badly written computer programs when he invented the Turing Test. — Marcus Hutchins The headline is a riff on Clarke’s 3rd law.   … Continue reading

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Hutchins’ story

There are many reasons to follow Marcus Hutchins’ posts if you are interesting in computer security, but his story is something else. He was recently able to finally talk about it publicly, and chose to do so in a series … Continue reading

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