#responsibility

Google's hidden security defaults are shockingly powerful
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JamesJalaPayneo
Google announced last week that it plans to automatically enroll users in two-factor authentication to improve account security. 1
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Perhaps the biggest benefactors of this move are American businesses, which are losing more than $1 billion a year because of the security defaults on their software. 1
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Fixing contrast issues, on your own site and elsewhere
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JamesJalaPayneo
For regular text, you need a contrast value of at least 4.5, and for large text just 3, to pass the text for sufficient contrast. 1
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For you this might be fine or it might not be, but in any case you're going to have a hard time seeing the difference between it and this text which has a contrast ratio of 4.54: 1
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Why Indian Courts Should Reject Traceability Obligations
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JamesJalaPayneo
The rules require any large social media intermediary that provides messaging "shall enable the identification of the first originator of the information on its computer resource" in response to a court order a decryption request issued under the 2009 Decryption Rules . 1
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The fetishisation of UX design
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JamesJalaPayneo
Only showing the final product trivialises what we do, and downplays how much work goes on behind the scenes. 1To the untrained eye, all you need to do to improve something is make it look better. 1It's reinforcing that false and dangerous narrative that anyone can be a designer. 1
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Cloud Compromise Costs Organizations $6.2M Per Year
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JamesJalaPayneo
To learn more about how businesses protect confidential data in the cloud, the Ponemon Institute, commissioned by Proofpoint, surveyed 662 IT and IT security pros in the US. 1They discovered while cloud-focused attacks are expensive for victims, most lack processes for how cloud-based resources are evaluated for security or who is responsible for vetting them. 1
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The Observer view on Boris Johnson's stance over Ireland at the G7 summit | Observer editorial
This weekend's G7 summit is the first time the leaders of some of the world's most powerful democracies have met in person since the start of the pandemic.
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How your medical data can save lives | Letters
enan Malik entered an argument with many facets (" Tell me how you'll use my medical data. Only then might I sign up ", Comment).
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A sustainable underground fridge + more product designs to help you lead that zero waste lifestyle!
Our unhealthy practices and way of living are truly harmful to the environment and have been slowly leading to its deterioration. And the world has been changing (for the worse) because of this.
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F.D.A. details failures at a Baltimore plant that led to unusable vaccine doses.
A Baltimore factory that rendered useless 75 million doses of a coronavirus vaccine developed by Johnson & Johnson failed for weeks to seal off a preparation area for vaccine ingredients and allowed production waste to be hauled through the area, the Food and Drug Administration said in a memorandum analyzing the plant's operations.
G7 climate decisions among 'most important in human history,' says David Attenborough
G7 leaders face some of the most important decisions in human history as they tackle the climate change crisis, Sir David Attenborough said.
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