Responding to “Our cybersecurity ‘industry best practices’ keep allowing breaches”
The technology industry is hurt at every level by toxic gatekeeping.
The fatal flaw of Birdwatch’s current design and how it can be fixed.
Earlier tonight, someone decided to change their Twitter handle and display name to impersonate a furry and solicit money to the scammer’s PayPal account. This is the same kind of lazy technique that script kiddies use to phish people for passwords, but more targeted. The goal is to dupe someone into sending the scammer money […]
How to more effectively report abuse to social media companies like Twitter.
Tonight on InfoSec Twitter, this gem was making the rounds: Hello cybersecurity and election security people,I sometimes embed your tweets in the Cybersecurity 202 newsletter. Some of you have a habit of swearing right in the middle of an otherwise deeply insightful tweet that I’d like to use. Please consider not doing this. Best,Joe Identity […]
While the furry fandom can be a wonderful place and a force for good in the world, the topics that tend to circulate on Furry Twitter are somewhat seasonal: They repeat every so often–usually sparked by someone saying or doing something shitty–and never actually lead to a productive result. Let’s look at a few of […]
Update (2020-04-29): Twitter has fixed their oversight. Anyone who set their custom gender to a long volume of text, should still have it set to a long volume of text. The original article follows after the separator. I was recently made aware of a change to Twitter, which exposes a new Gender field. If you’ve […]