Interesting things I read on the Internet this week
Face recognition with OpenCV, Python, and deep learning — It’s getting easier and easier.
YouTube’s Blocks MIT Courses, Blender Videos, and More (Updated) — What happens when you automate censorship at scale.
macOS Breaks Your OpSec by Caching Data From Encrypted Hard Drives — This is a horrible blunder, and apparently it’s been like this for years.
In Major Privacy Win, Supreme Court Rules Police Need Warrant To Track Your Cellphone — In the US: that’s right, they didn’t need one before…
How to Use Slack and Not Go Crazy — These folks have developed some fantastic full-remote working practices.
Twitter ‘smytes’ customers — Appalling behaviour by Twitter: acquiring a business then shutting it down with zero notice, screwing all the customers.
We grew up with IRC. Let’s take it further. — Curious, Andrew from London Trust Media Holdings (Private Interenet Access) has acquired another classic internet institution.
Codec2: a whole Podcast on a Floppy Disk — Neat, a voice compression codec using the WaveNet neural network.