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Daniel Miessler the soft authoritarian “security” bro

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    Gregory
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    From his email newsletter Unsupervised Learning

    “The US DHS is spending around $700,000 to investigate radicalization in gaming. They’re mostly focused on terrorism and politics, but I’m hoping they can check in on the racism and sexism while they’re there.”

    LOL

    #26173 Reply
    Rebecca
    Guest

    Another Twitter man child who tries so hard to come across as centrist and reasonable but who constantly makes these absolutely wild leftist authoritarian comments

    Yes Daniel because that is what the Department of Homeland Security is for, and what us reasonable security researchers should demand

    TAXPAYER FUNDS FOR GOVERNMENT POLICE TO INVESTIGATE SEXISM IN VIDEO GAMES

    #26193 Reply
    Benjamin
    Guest

    Hey guys, I’m a 30-something “intelligence” expert and I’m gonna camp outside the Apple store waiting for my new iPhone kikiki!! I sure hope DHS is investigating the sexism in my Fortnite Discord, slava Ukraini!!

    #26194 Reply
    Larry
    Guest

    accurate

    #26201 Reply
    Donald
    Guest

    oh yah Slava Ukraini Daniel iPhones are my favorite!

    #26205 Reply
    Stephen
    Guest

    “San Francisco police can now access the private security cameras belonging to residents as part of “significant events with public safety concerns”. Perhaps I should be more alarmed, but this is only possible with the permission of the camera owner. It’s not like they’re compelling people to grant access. Effectively it’s granting police more eyes in the city, and doing so with the explicit help of citizens seems like a best-case scenario. MORE”

    Another goodie from his newsletter

    #11745 Reply
    Danielle
    Guest

    cmon now he has some funny ones too

    CISA and FBI are warning about the Cuba ransomware campaign in a joint cybersecurity advisory. The malware is Windows-based and written in C++, and has nothing to do with Cuba.

    #30799 Reply
    Brian
    Guest

    Seems he’s gearing up to be a paid shill on MSNBC for the security state, no other explanation….

    #30800 Reply
    Edward
    Guest

    I like him and his newsletter *shrugs*

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