"in the 10+ years since the feature was added, we now find that half of the DNS root server traffic is very likely due to Chromium’s probes. That equates to about 60 billion queries to the root server system on a typical day."
This is absolutely bonkers.
Sounds like they did the city a favor. https://nypost.com/2020/06/05/buffalo-emergency-response-team-quits-in-solidarity-of-cops/
"Just following orders" doesn't cut it folks.
Just as it’s not legal to shell an opposing army with sarin or mustard gas, it’s also illegal to fire off commonly used riot control agents in war. Against protestors in one’s own country, however? Perfectly legal. https://bit.ly/2AH8xDU
I saw dozens of cops at the event yesterday. Cops on motorcycles, who stood stoicly as Black protesters screamed "fuck the police". Cops holding traffic at intersections. There was no violence in those cases.
The violence started when the cops *drove vehicles through crowds*.
I don’t know but they sure are incompetent. Yet another order from @Grubhub@twitter.com completely disappeared without a trace today. :(
Are Food Delivery Services Actually Losing Money? https://bit.ly/3cmeJi3
Boston Police Headquarters currently surrounded by metal barricades, with approximately 20 bike cops standing guard. This is a fair way from the current #bostonprotest , but they're clearly preparing. Multiple helicopters overhead.
This afternoon’s #bostonprotest had such a big turn out.
I can't figure out why publications like Forbes are constantly putting out "Apple just gave 1.5 billion iPhone users a reason to switch" garbage.
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