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New York Times Says Georgia Voting Law 'Limits Ballot Access'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:14 min | 2 d ago

New York Times Says Georgia Voting Law 'Limits Ballot Access'

"In Georgia It was a very simple law Basically implemented some voting day measures measures which would make it really easy to vote but to make it a little bit harder to cheat I say a little bit because you can still cheat I wish you couldn't but you can It's sad but you can see if you want to cheat you can still cheat And one of them involved voter ID Oh my gosh did the left loose their minds Here's The New York Times from April of 2021 by a guy named Nick Horace and Reid J Epstein these people sound very very intelligent They write for The New York Times so clearly they're smarter than us They wrote in April of 2020 when Nick chorus Senate what George is voting law really does The New York Times analyzed the state's new 98 page law And identified 16 key provisions that will get ready Limit ballot access oh no we can't have that limit ballot That sounds terrible My gosh what would you want to limit ballot access New York Times notes it will also potentially confuse voters They think you're an

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Curry, Warriors rally past Grizzlies 101-98 for 3-1 lead

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Curry, Warriors rally past Grizzlies 101-98 for 3-1 lead

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Why Affirmative Action Is Setting Up Some Students for Failure

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:41 min | Last week

Why Affirmative Action Is Setting Up Some Students for Failure

"You've written this superlative work inconvenient minority. Everybody needs to get this book. Everybody needs to read this book. The attack on Asian American excellence and the fight for meritocracy by Kenny Shu that's ex you Kenny shoe. I know you're not a psychiatrist. You're not a group psychologist, but you are out there. You are traveling the nation, talking about this discrimination. I have to ask a question based upon my personal experience. I was a fellow at Harvard in the 90s and 98 99. And I went to the Kennedy school as a fellow. I took some courses. And right there in the 90s, at the end of the 90s, I saw reverse discrimination. I saw people who were there at Harvard who were clearly there because somebody said, oh, you're the right skin color. You need to be here. And in my year there, I saw these people suffer. I saw them, you know, out of their depth, I saw them struggling to keep up. And I wanted to myself, and now after I've met you, I wonder even more, isn't there some kind of really detrimental effect, you're having on those you think you're helping by putting them in a situation that they're not ready for? Isn't this like a double whammy for the community that they're supposed to be assisting Kenny? First of all, thank you for mentioning that I'm touring the nation and you can book me at color us united dot org organization that are represent. Second of all, let's talk about yes. Let's talk about the damaging effects of racial preferences on the people that they're supposedly trying to help. So new studies have been released. Unfortunately, African Americans who get in because of affirmative action into these top law schools, for example, tend to graduate at the bottom of 25% of their law schools. That leads to lower salaries, that leads to lower confidence and these people, if they were just matched to the law schools in which they were qualified for it, they could have graduated the top of the class, they could have been well sought after for partnerships, law firms, everything like that. So I don't even get the sense that racial preferences is actually even helping these black individuals furthermore a new study showed that black stem majors tend to tend to drop out of stem at much higher rate because of affirmative action because they were put into courses in which they're ill equipped to compete,

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Why the Real Tyranny Is Abortion

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:20 min | Last week

Why the Real Tyranny Is Abortion

"You can say perhaps in the case of rape or incest that there has been that certainly there's force involved in that. And those are those are tricky cases. If you go by the data though, from the gut mucker institute, which is not exactly a pro life outfit, those account for about one and a half percent of all abortions in the United States. That's it. One and a half percent. The rest, 98% of abortions are just elective abortions by women who just choose not to be pregnant. Now, there are probably a lot of those are still going to insist on wanting to get pregnant, but part of that is about the easy access to abortion and the lack of other options that are presented to them. And I think we've been through this for 50 years. Pro life movement has been through this for 50 years. Pro choice has been through this for 50 years too. There are other options. There are ways to address this at our positive. There are ways to address this that are that are uplifting. And I think that's what cardinal Dolan wants to get to, whereas Hakeem Jeffries just really wants to focus on you have to have abortion or its tyranny without explaining that abortion is tyrannical to the child whose life is ended in abortion.

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Supreme Court Abortion Law Leak: What Happened and Why Does It Matter?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

Supreme Court Abortion Law Leak: What Happened and Why Does It Matter?

"The biggest case in front of the Supreme Court is the Dobbs V Jackson women's health organization. This is the abortion case. This is the Mississippi case that outlaws abortion beyond 15 weeks. And of course, the court was sort of faced with sort of three options, a firm roe versus wade. Number two, uphold the Mississippi law, but somehow square it with roe versus wade and the third, knock over roe versus wade and along with that Planned Parenthood versus Casey, essentially return the abortion question to the states. And there was a leak that just came out in the magazine well on the website political. And the league not only says that the court has arrived at an early decision to overturn roe versus wade, but the decision is 5 to four that justice Samuel Alito has drafted the majority opinion, representing the 5 justices, and we know who those 5 justices are, so if I used to say that Roberts decided not to be in the 5, although I'll talk about Roberts a little bit later. A 5 four decision 5 votes to overthrow a row, return the matter to the states. And Alito drafted a lengthy opinion 98 pages. Now this is not the final opinion, but nevertheless, it is a closely reasoned, heavily footnoted detailed argument. And the whole brief was leaked. So the dissenting opinions appear not to have been written yet, and we'll talk a little bit about how that leak might have occurred. But I want to talk about how startling it is that the security around the court, because this kind of information by and large stays with the justices, and with their clerks.

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Is the CDC the Regime's Trojan Horse?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:15 min | Last month

Is the CDC the Regime's Trojan Horse?

"Regime hinges on the ability to be able to micromanage your breathing, your decisions, your livelihood, outside of Congress, and through regulatory rulemaking. An example of this is cut 98 Biden's COVID adviser Ashish jha says a major goal of the Biden administration is to quote, make sure the CDC has the authority to unilaterally implant mask mandates. Play cut 98. First is that public health decisions like this should be made by public health scientists and CDC had made a decision that mass were useful. And it was deeply disappointing to see a federal judge step in and take that decision away from public health scientists. The appeal, no question a major goal of the appeal is to make sure that the CDC has the authority and the ability to protect Americans during health crises like this. You are experiencing you are witnessing you are living through a multi century debate of who's actually in charge. Are the people sovereign or is some sort of weird creepy scientist like Fauci who's been wrong about everything is he in charge. You

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CNN Reacts to the Collapse of Joe Biden

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | Last month

CNN Reacts to the Collapse of Joe Biden

"And their total collapse, CNN is also reacting to the collapse of Joe Biden. There's just a lot of collapsing happening. Joe Biden just collapsed he can't even walk upstairs, just kind of that's a theme, I think, from now to November, collapse. Is this a great theme? Cut 98. They can't believe how unpopular Joe Biden is play cut 98. You know, there was always that thing. Oh, Donald Trump has the lowest approval rating at this point in his presidency. We did it over and over and over and over again. Well, at this point in his presidency, Donald Trump's number is actually his average approval rating is one point higher than Joe Biden's, which is a 41% Donald Trump at 42%. A first term president at this point in his presidency, this is the lowest. This is the lowest for anyone who is elected to the presidency and didn't get up there through the vice presidency. This is a really, really, really bad number. Was he elected to the presidency? That's the question. CNN continues cut 99. On Biden's approval rating, Joe Biden at this point is -23 points. That is the worst on record since they started asking about economic approval. Play cut 99. And I'll just note, if you don't believe that the economy is hurting the Democrats and Joe Biden, look at the net approval rating that's approval, minus disapproval, Joe Biden, at this point, -23 points. That is the worst on record since they started asking about economic job approval ratings back in 1978 with Jimmy Carter. I don't know who this guy is, but the funniest part of the clip I know in radio and podcasting you can't tell is he's trying to cut him off the other guy, the shell. He's like, enough, got it. Stop, stop. Who are you? Stop it. And he just keeps that going. You could just see he's

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Rudy Giuliani: Watch the Film 'Taxi Driver'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | Last month

Rudy Giuliani: Watch the Film 'Taxi Driver'

"Because there you go. At the end at the end of my administration, I did a couple of retrospectives on the administration. So I would show the scenes and taxi driver of the assassin driving through Times Square. Those were real scenes shut in like 1970, whenever it was 76, 77, 78. This is Scorsese. Brilliant, I'm sorry. Scorsese film, obviously. But De Niro playing that's before we knew De Niro actually was crazy. If you did a good job of acting crazy well, you're looking at me, you're looking at me. So you look at those scenes, there are about four or 5 of them in which you get a big panorama of Times Square. And then you just put it against current ones. That would have been 98, 99, 2000. And one, you see drug dealers prostitutes horrible looking people frightening as hell, drug dens, houses of prostitution, the legitimate, if you call them legitimate pornographic movie theaters where you would pay just go in and watch a movie, had all disappeared. It was too dangerous for them. The movie theaters had turned into actual brothels. So even the porn industry didn't feel it was worth investing in the pornography had moved to other parts of the city because it was too dangerous to have it in Times Square. It had crime rates that were almost impossible to keep up because they would take bodies and hide them. And literally, literally, on one day during the middle of my campaign, we were driving somewhere. I told them to stop the car, I got out in the middle of the street and my campaign manager Peter powers thought I was nuts to traffic was going back to back and forth. And I said a little prayer, and I said, if I do one thing is mayor, I'm going to change this

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Jimmy Butler scores 24 to help Heat fend off Celtics 106-98

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Jimmy Butler scores 24 to help Heat fend off Celtics 106-98

"Jimmy Jimmy Butler Butler had had twenty twenty four four points points to to Kyle Kyle Lowry Lowry added added twenty twenty three three in in Miami Miami is is one one oh oh six six ninety ninety eight eight victory victory over over the the Celtics Celtics Butler Butler says says they they moved moved well well in in the the offensive offensive zone zone bar bar offerings offerings really really good good because because there's there's no no confusion confusion of of where where the the ball ball is is going going to to be be your your worst worst gonna gonna go go and and more more like like that that we we can can get get back back if if we we mess mess with with your your tongue tongue we we do do make make the the shot shot and and we we just just happen happen to to guard guard tonight tonight which which is is a a good good thing thing bam bam Adebayo Adebayo finished finished with with seventeen seventeen points points and and twelve twelve rebounds rebounds to to help help the the heat heat post post their their second second straight straight win win since since a a season season worst worst four four game game losing losing streak streak since since briefly briefly taking taking over over the the east east top top spot spot Boston Boston has has lost lost two two games games in in a a row row for for the the first first time time since since late late January January Jaylen Jaylen brown brown led led the the Celtics Celtics with with twenty twenty eight eight points points and and ten ten rebounds rebounds Jayson Jayson Tatum Tatum added added twenty twenty three three points points and and six six assists assists in in a a game game that that featured featured nine nine ties ties and and sixteen sixteen lead lead changes changes on on the the ferry ferry

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LaVine's 25 paces Bulls to 98-94 win over listless Cavaliers

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

LaVine's 25 paces Bulls to 98-94 win over listless Cavaliers

"The bulls held under the number five spot in the east by getting past the Cavaliers ninety eight ninety four Zach Levine dropped in twenty six points and demar DeRozan had twenty for the bulls who moved two games ahead of Cleveland the bulls help the cavs to just thirty five points in the first half and one for the first time in six road games since March ninth Chicago won for the fifth time in thirteen games this month leaving them one game in front of number six Toronto Jerry's garland scored twenty six for the cavs who shot one for eighteen from beyond the arc in the opening half I'm Dave Ferrie

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Antetokounmpo returns, Bucks roll to 126-98 win over Bulls

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Antetokounmpo returns, Bucks roll to 126-98 win over Bulls

"The books continue to pile up wins over the rival bulls having beaten them fifteen of the last sixteen meetings a one twenty six ninety eight Bucks victory drew holiday had a game high twenty seven young the son of the couple had twenty five points and seventeen rebounds the books are knighted for since the all star break I did a couple says things are moving in the right direction heading down the home stretch of the season you can not step on the floor and say all the nominal time like it's it's impossible you know but that is not in his name we know that definitely does that now I effort is that every single night you know one of those twenty three to four first half run put the box in control containing bull started martyr Roseanne played a huge part Rosen had twenty one but started to game two of eleven as the box built a big lead Nikolaevich **** had twenty two for the bulls check Freeman Milwaukee

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NATO and Putin Are in a War of Totalitarianism

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

NATO and Putin Are in a War of Totalitarianism

"There's two different types of totalitarianism believe it or not, that are kind of now being buttressed against each other. Putin said, quote, in 2019, he told the Financial Times of London newspaper that liberalism has become obsolete. He said children are quote taught that a boy can become a girl and vice versa. Is monstrous and Putin says is on the verge of a crime against humanity. Vladimir Putin also suggests that transgender rights supporters were demanding an end to basic things such as mother, mother, father, family, or gender differences. So you have NATO, which is more like nay wow, which like the North Atlantic woke organization, going up against a totalitarian despot, and so you have these kind of two different types of totalitarian impulse is going against one another.

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Lia Thomas Is Disenfranchising Female Swimmers

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 min | 2 months ago

Lia Thomas Is Disenfranchising Female Swimmers

"Women are stronger than men in a lot of different things. But in sports, men have a biological advantage. Cut one O three Thomas speaks about winning the NCAA women's championship play cut one O three. Leah, how did that performance measure up to your expectations coming into this meet tonight? I didn't have a whole lot of expectations for this meeting. I was just happy to be here trying to race and compete as best as I could. What did that race mean to you? It means the world to be here. Be with two of my best friends and teammates. And be able to compete. So Thomas won the national championship and disenfranchised other female swimmers that do not have the biological advantage that Thomas has. What's so amazing is how everyone is just putting up with this. The people in the stands, the bystanders, because they don't want to be called bad names.

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Trans Swimmer Lia Thomas a Cheat

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Trans Swimmer Lia Thomas a Cheat

"Leah Thomas, or whatever Lee is real name is, which someone emailed it to me actually this morning, I'll use it, is a cheater. It's no different than someone who might win a championship, and doing it unethically. Thomas real name is William Thomas, to give an idea William Thomas was the 462nd best swimmer in men's swimming. Now, Leah Thomas is the number one swimmer in women's swimming. Goes from 462 to number one.

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Strus leads late rally, Heat hold off Pistons 105-98

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Strus leads late rally, Heat hold off Pistons 105-98

"They hate won for the ninth time in twelve games by topping Detroit one oh five ninety eight part of a decisive fourth quarter surge Miami's Tyler hero came off the bench to deliver a game high twenty nine points I'm real comfortable no my teammates and coaches you know trust me with the ball home news trust me to make plays and skin I'm comfortable you know plan on or off the ball or whatever whatever the team needs the game was tied at eighty nine before a three pointer from Max Strus lifted the Eastern Conference leaders up for good stress scored all of his sixteen points in the fourth quarter after winning three in a row the last place pistons are back to their usual knocking and thinking having lost four straight I'm Bruce Morton

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Rozier has 29, leads Hornets past sliding Cavaliers 119-98

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Rozier has 29, leads Hornets past sliding Cavaliers 119-98

"Terry Rozier carried the Hornets to a one nineteen ninety eight win over the Cavaliers Rosier had twenty nine points seven rebounds and seven assists picking up the offensive slack with LaMelo ball in foul trouble ball played just eight minutes and was for three from the field I said Thomas scored ten points in his debut for Charlotte which made seventeen three pointers and improved to just three and eleven since January twenty eighth Cavaliers guard Darius garland returned from a three game injury absence and finished with thirty three points in as many minutes I'm Dave Ferrie

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We Can't Trust Biden's Team to Do the Right Thing

The Trish Regan Show

02:19 min | 3 months ago

We Can't Trust Biden's Team to Do the Right Thing

"I want to get back to this idea of what's going on in Washington right now because I feel like we can't we can't trust this team to be doing the right thing. And I hate to say that because look, at a time like this, it's like all hands on deck, you just want to be absolutely supportive of your country and I am. I mean, you should know that I'm an American first and I'm a long-term believer in our economy and in the great capitalist nation that we are. We'll get through this, but we're going to have some pain along the way. The risk, of course, is that gotten a little too, you know, what's the expression fat happy lazy? We're like debating the role of transgenders in the U.S. Military instead of thinking about what's going to happen when Putin tries to take Ukraine. It's almost because it's unthinkable to us. We haven't had to deal with this. In generations. I mean, you've got to go back to World War II to have anything anything remotely like this. And so I think that's part of the problem. We've been so fortunate that we can sit there and say, oh, we don't like traditional energy. I mean, this administration is all about green energy. I got nothing against green energy. You know what? Go for it. I'm all for all the energy sources you can find, but don't cut off the whole other. Shebang, right? Don't cut off oil when 98% of all cars on the road are still gas guzzling. That just doesn't make any sense. In light of wanting to have an independent politically independent nation, I don't want to rely on Russia. I don't want to rely on the Middle East. I want us to be able to produce our own energy. So I'll take it. Whether you're drilling or whether it's solar panels on the house, bring it on. But this administration, it's like all or nothing, right? You can't have any oil. Gonna get rid of all the oil, can't drill, can't have Keystone pipeline. Nordstrom's fine, over there in Europe, will make the Germans dependent on the Russians, like that makes any sense. By the way, Germany just on Monday. Just on Monday, finally said, okay, we're suspending this. Guys, you know, so much of this mess is our own doing and it's because the west has become. Able to overthink things.

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The Money War Happening Right Now in Canada

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 3 months ago

The Money War Happening Right Now in Canada

"Deputy vice minister of finance, I can't get her name titled right ever whatever. The deputy minister of finance, whatever it is, vice minister of finance, she's, she, her name is Chris Christie of Freeland, which I think is hilarious. Her last name is Freeland. It's incredibly ironic. It's like, yeah, my name is Freeland and I'm now gonna turn Canada into North Korea. And so she's finance minister christia Freeland. Thank you. She's a World Economic Forum graduate. She is a George Soros sympathizing type individual. In fact, I think she ran the open society foundation in one way or the other. She was an officer of the open society foundation. And she has been very clear and she has been quite forthright that listen. If you participate in wrong think, if you say things we don't like, we're going to take your money away. If you speak openly about what's happening in the country, otherwise known as Canada, then we're going to seize your assets. Now, this is something that I want to dive into because first of all, it's completely until the impressive, but it's not just going into bank accounts. It's even deeper than this. Okay, let me play some tape on this play cut 97 where she has ordered banks to begin freezing accounts. We're going to come after your money. This is the confiscation of private property. Play cut 97. Okay, so the names of both individuals and entities. As well as crypto wallets, have been shared by the RCMP with financial institutions. And accounts have been frozen and more accounts will be frozen. No court order. This is not like Al-Qaeda is trying to traffic funds through Canada and a judge freezes the bank accounts. This is a court order. This is about a warrant. She just wants to take your money away. Play cut 98, finance minister

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"98" Discussed on Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

03:55 min | 8 months ago

"98" Discussed on Rambunctious Bombastic Newscast! (RBN: The voicenotes)

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"98" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"98" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"Was he a substantial contributing factor. If i'm a juror. I think would say yes. Why for what reason So i mean the defense is kind of setting this this story up where they're like okay. Federal could've contributed i agree. The chart contributed i agree. The carbon monoxide could have contributed. I don't agree. And then the the prosecution is saying the the lawns them sitting on his back pressing in between the cement and the knee could've or did contribute. This is what they're saying. And i don't agree with that because there's no bruising and he's a small guy on top of a huge guy And then the carotid artery. I don't agree with but the stress that they caused him. I think i think could have caused his hard. Because we actually were talking before the show and you had brought that up you said something about. I think you mentioned a couple of things. One of them was stress or maybe they were all kinds of symptoms of stress. But like if i'm yelling at someone and saying hey you're you're fat. You're a fat loser. Hey fatty and i'm stressing someone out i am. I see substantial cost to the death. Is that how you're looking at. It would be a substantial contributing cost. Okay because i think. I think that you're looking at substantial caused death like the wrong like this is a psychological thing like if you're going to stress out its psychological like you're talking about. He got bullied but he's getting bullied to an extreme. Where it's it's reasonable. I think to say that it's a cause. Because this is a violent encounter that he's subjected to but you're not saying that the physicality was a substantial contributing factor. In fact you just denied that it was your. I don't think. I don't think it was the way the defense said it was but they kind of cover their bases because they had another expert witness say it was the heart doctor baker. I totally agree that they covered their if they could. They could do scattershot and they say the you know. The moon was in alignment and it was pulling gravity blood to go to his head and away from his heart like like they could just they could have every witness cover every single base like that that to me is bullshit like you got. I think i think you can have a so. I'm kind of stepping on what i think right now. But it's totally possible. You could have one juror. Say yeah. I think died. Because he couldn't breathe and then another juror would say why he died because his up because and they both think what was caused by the police on top of them and then they would both guilty right for different reasons and so they're talking. Well you think. I think the heart did it. Well i think the lung said okay. Well we both agree that he died because of the cop right so even if we disagree we both agree guilty right. Yeah we okay. Well let's move on and like you know we're not sure the details but we both basically agree right. Okay maybe yes. So i i as a juror i would. I would think that yeah. I would agree with that. But i again so because because he was allowed to do those things he was trained to to act that way. And you know maybe. I have a problem with the way it's supposed to detain people. Those are the rules right. Like i didn't make the rules. I disagree with the roles. But within those roles i think i would have to sign them on the like jelly. You're you're taking the you're taking. The i think it's crichton was the defenses witness for that and you're taking his word over the other police testimonies from the prosecution then by saying that it's a he was acting in accordance to.

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"98" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"98" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"As a juror like first of all we do know that he's innocent till proven guilty. So he's innocent right now. Derek chauvin is legally technically innocent in every sense of the word right now. He has been sentenced he is innocent. He's an innocent man and so you as a juror. If you're gonna convict him of guilty of second-degree murder third grade mortar or secondary manslaughter. It has to be in your mind beyond the shadow of a doubt that he is responsible for the situation that caused the death of george floyd and then to what degree is responsible and then is there intent or not so is there intent or not actually go out. We don't need to consider intent. Actually i read. That's off the table. Yes so it would be Negligence was negligent or not. It's like was he was he was he performing his duties as he was trained to do in his legally allowed to do and was he. See the cause of the death of the two things as far as okay okay. So why. don't we just do those. Who like do you think. He was performing his duties as he was supposed to do. I got gotta say throughout the course of this trial like. It's a similar thing that i went through with tobin except there hasn't been the the blood oxygen saturation that is like maybe like look behind myself. Cross-eyed and like say like wait a second that guy just tried to pull a fast one on me. So i mean i remember before the trial started and i remembered seeing the images that looked like the exact same what you saw the video and the in police training manuals right and this is very disturbing to actually see and everything. But it's like well hold on if these guys are trained that way you could have a problem with the law. Yeah that's a whole different story. You have a problem with the training. Could probably the law. But if he didn't do anything wrong. Wrong based on the training and the law. Then that's a different story like he's still not guilty it. Just you got to repair that other stuff that you don't lie and there's that there's that big kind of like haymaker that got thrown around where it's like. He could have used a taser but chose not to. A taser is more likely to kill somebody than restraining them. So he technically chose the alaska forum of of doing he did yes. Yay based on that testimony initially chose the lesser form. So i mean there's doubt in my mind about like like i say. Did he do his job reasonably. I'm not sure. So because i'm not sure i mean i kind of have to side with their chauvin because just by logic you're like i can't send this guy. I can't say he's guilty. If i don't know..

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"98" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"98" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"That's another little tail. Yeah it's not. It's not a huge win for them to get the carbon monoxide reasonable. Doubt in there. It's a tipping point at all. Yeah and while the jury was out of the room they were really like fighting tooth and nail to get these result test results. I think i think they were hoping to get to open in and just kind of have the last word with the loss expert. Yeah i mean like. I found a really likeable character. Initially there was that seed of doubt that i had that i expressed. I'm not sure this guy really really believes everything. And that's that was one of the things for my initial outlooks on this trial is i'm like how can they really get. You know just totally remove reasonable doubt on causation. How could they really do that. I was. I was shocked about the degree to which the police force came after him. And the medical experts that are testifying that with one hundred turn the keep on using a reasonable degree of medical certainty that that all these medical experts are coming out and saying that they have that certainty of the cause or the mechanism of death and i did not predict that at all. It's very strange because typically you scientists do the opposite. They out themselves always in doubt and they say well. I can't prove this happen. But the data points this way or magnetic towards it but if i had to make an educated guess this is what my my guess would be. You know this is how scientists are by nature right. It's very strange to see them. Say okay well you know the proof is here and this is absolutely true and it's undeniable. They'd be more likely to say well. You know with a ninety percents certainty eighty percents thirty or they go the opposite and say well. I'm not sure that happened. I'd be very surprised of that happened. I'd be very on the on the other side and that's kinda would finish or it's kind of what the defense scientists is doing right. Yeah he saying he's saying well. I'm not saying that. Carbon monoxide was the cause of death. I'm simply saying that when you go to measure it. It's difficult to find unless you're testing specifically for it. It'll be masked when you search for this way if you look at the color of the of the the blood it's supposed to be you know a dark red with lots of carbon monoxide poisoning but like a light red normally and you know if it's in the middle somewhere ten percent fifteen percent even expert could miss it if they're not looking for you know and so he's very. He's very kind of defensive of his position. He's not saying anything in absolutes at all he's just constantly saying or what about this. What about that. He's he's like an atheist arguing against someone who believes in god almost and then the other side is like their religious about their legs Almost about it which is very strange coming from a scientific community right. Well yeah i mean..

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"98" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"98" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"So i mean i don't know i don't it's just so up in the air right now. You know monday like it was kind of a world win for a while there and then just boom it stopped. And it's like whoa. That's it that's it. You know more okay like go home. We'll talk on monday. And you know the political move was all right. Well let's start rioting and that'll put us in the best position and if he doesn't have a haymaker and i'm not saying a knockout punch but you know a haymaker closing argument. Something funky happened. I i don't understand what happened. Because like i was saying in our first thing nelson was the superstar very clearly. It wasn't i wouldn't even say it's a matter of opinion. He was the superstar. Like you would. You'd have to be just like blinders biased. If you didn't think so now blackwell has become the superstar. Yeah and the cost was excellent. But like but it's totally clear as we laid out. I mean even even if you take the. Let's say we're missing something and you take the a oxygen saturation in the blood. You take that off the table. You can still have a pretty strong closing argument if you do it right. If he doesn't have a strong closing argument. I don't know what the fuck is going on. There's some kind of aluminum shit going on behind the scenes. And mike what are you. What is your take on. Chauvin being so calm and i was going to bring that up. You're just gonna with nelson during his during the talk about pleading the fifth amendment. Yes i was just going to bring that up. We talked about this bit behind closed doors. Derek chauvin and eric nelson seemed uncomfortable uncomfortably. Calm when they were talking to the judge about whether or not he's gonna lead the fed now. Derek chauvin has been a police officer for eighteen years and he's been to court a lot of times so maybe he is more comfortable in the regular average person not just vibe while he shared chuckles with with nelson while.

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"98" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"98" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"Know. It's he's not concerned with objective truth. He's not he's just concerned about putting himself in the strongest possible position so any ground loses from that position will still him in a good spot when it went all the when all the chips fall right. I don't know if that's right so to some extent. This is kind of reflective of what we saw so we initially. It's getting close to a year ago. Now we covered the ahmad arbery shooting and killa and and the public was enraged by this. This was the number one. Trending story everywhere. And then george. Floyd popped off and that kind of superseded it and i was never really sure why that was the one that totally caught fire because the ahmad aubrey one as it came out initially didn't watch our initial coverage we didn't have we weren't privy to the information that came out about One of the michael's dropping bombs and his dm's stuff like that we weren't privy to that and it seems like now that we are privy to that and the entire public at large became privy to that at the same time. Why did they shift their focus from ahmad arbery. Just when that was becoming a solid case to joy and why are they now shifting their focus just at the closing of this trial which like this is currently the prosecution is still the prosecution's case to lose if now so we laid out a couple of things most namely the blood. Oxygen saturation is tied together. Right in the closing from the defense. That's all this left. Is the closing arguments from both of them. If that's not tied together the prosecution in my book they win so why why why is the public's eye and know all these different things why are they now moving away just at the at the kind of the final drop on this roller coaster of the george floyd. They've been focused on for so long. I don't think. I don't think they're moving away. I think i think they're setting the stage for the possible outcomes. So if george floyd is convicted of murder and get say at twenty or forty or sentence. Clearly you know. The people who criticize black lives matter are going to be able to say. Well what are you talking about like this..

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"98" Discussed on The Cave of Time

The Cave of Time

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"98" Discussed on The Cave of Time

"Were doing ours. Welcome to the cave of time eric. Chauvin versus the state of minneapolis murder. Trial trial slight negligence. Trial the defense rested on wednesday. Mike defense rested rather thursday. Very surprising. yeah. It was It was so quick. What happened. I thought we were in for what two weeks or something. We didn't know how long was going to ask when we talked on friday. We are in for two weeks for something where two weeks banned from streaming on youtube. Apparently if you do commentary on a conference of speakers giving speeches and susan wakowski of youtube doesn't like what they're saying that's categorized as violence and graphic content. Which is what we got our second youtube strike for. So if you're still on youtube get off it or at least make some kind of transfer over to odyssey whereas going to be our new home where we're gonna be streaming will put licking the description where you can get some free. Lbc the currency they they use their and we'll also get some free b. c. You click that link and make an account and verify your email with them. Yeah that's snoop dogg's chris choice hell. Bc did you know that. Now you'll have to elucidate me on the well. There's so much drama in the lbc. And it's kinda hard being snubbed. Gee what is the. It's the long beach grabs a lot of drama in the ldc apparent. Was if i if that song. Is amy go by and why wouldn't it be. I mean snoop. Dogg is anything but not as history buff. He's definitely history to say so. Make you sound a little low key right now. We're both making some kind of low energy jokes. And that's kind of a dull curtain is covering fascinating and exciting revelations that have come about in the derek chauvin trial and well. I was shocked at how this has gone. Actually it's been a roller coaster from the beginning. And i think that there's still one big rise or drop the calm in the closing arguments. We're going to see what's going to happen. That's on monday. Jurors are set to go into deliberation after that. They'll be sequestered. Who knows how long it'll take. I know on met meticulous It's a kind of prediction website with a lot of artists and similar minded. People were making predictions on events. Such as this. They're predicting that the jury will fifty five percent of the people. There believe that the jury will convict. Derek chauvin of one couch or another by june. And that's that's discounting the possibility of not guilty or acquittal or anything like that mistrial. So can you might not mean. V fifty five percents fifty five percent of the user base there. The people that are making predictions. Say that saad derek. Chauvin will be convicted of one of his three counts by young. I i okay. Okay is oddly specific. Wager but okay. That's fine it's very. It's very specific. We know what exactly what they mean. What do you think. What's where's your money. Where you putting it on well up until like this morning. I mean i'm not going to get too much into what i slept in a van last night. But but the reason for that aside the reason for that aside or you on The temporal podcast. Yeah i was. i'm just a skater. Like i just liked to skate. And that's when i'm not. I'm not podcasting. I'm just fishing and skating living in my rv. And the beanie. Though no i mean while i was mulling this over in the morning i just crossed my mind. I mean ninety eight percent..

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"98" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast

Fantastic Worlds Podcast

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"98" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast

"You wish to proceed ya. Let's go girls who's taken the lead with with our trustee migrants locker cat who is somehow still with us today gonna gonna since especially since this katie regenerates. If she gets killed by a beastie in the next room now that doesn't matter to her. It's probably painful but she will make it. So let's let's send in drama in first to andromeda arjun arjun. Yeah no let's not say to. We're going to keep her toward the back. Like the precious angel instead. She is ways their cat with your face. Is that pippa. Mainly i suppose you get used to it after awhile speak for yourself. Precious fake his for bristles. Maybe could eat it and get you know. Get some life back every time it dies since regenerates anyways. I for that. i'm going to try it. Put to paper bag over her head so it's not like the wind. Argentina moves down the hallway and there is another door. I just wanna say just putting it out there right now. Dustin perception checks okay. Romania perception check. If there wasn't trap in there you'd have been penalized for like well. Nobody's said anything about okay. That's a twenty six on the perception checks. There is nothing in this hallway. Okay argenta doesn't enter the next room. You have to be down there to open up the doors. I'm assuming you're down there. Pep is not down there but is to abraxas or miroslava. Slovenia's okay okay. Miroslava i need you to be opening the door to rome. Stuff check okay. Oh no. that is a twenty-seven me to twinsies. Open the door very slowly and thankfully you remember that one of your jobs around here this to oil the inches because jets wiki doors so you lucked out. And the remains of a giant wooden statue carved to resemble a stooped in ancient bedlam lie broken and scattered across the floor of this chamber of massive iron double doors dan in the south wall with their faces engraved with the procession of humanoid figures at the top of the doors figures of a young woman in the bloom of her youth but as the parade continues down the doors. The figures age turning into pregnant matrons stoop krones and finally at the bottom of the doors pin to catering skeletons that vanish into a gaping tomb. But all of this seems small compared to the two frost giants standing walked at the doors across the room. They're playing. They're playing rochambeau with each other to keep each other occupied. 'cause i imagine sitting guard in his coverage is boring for the first shaima longtime. You actually have a chance to get a surprise attack in. I put my hand around the little band to sign frost. Cheyenne's two of them any like. I don't know how to sign throw all the fireball setup. No question mark. I think argenta at the very least probably goes back up like since we we kinda can get the drop on them. I imagine making like plan out loud. In this antechamber we could potentially use the terrain of the of the tunnels themselves to to get them squeezed and now with the checkpoint yes i there was a possibility could cast light on My sword and potentially rather attention and bring them down the hallway after me wouldn't wouldn't make you an obvious target. Wouldn't we want to tip. You have that one of invalid invisibility. Yeah i could make could turn us all invisible. And i actually. I've used this. I've used this with mixed effects before. But i can project sound down the hallway to lead them here. I do that one too. Let's do that. I'm thinking now. I'm starting to think. Are you proud of me. I'm very proud next next. We will misery them crack. Yeah quick abraxas get the would put between your legs giant but i like the plight of the ghost. Sound all right on board with with that. It's no unnecessary risks. Everybody roll for initiative. Pippa has taken out her wanted. His bopped biffi booed miroslava. What you get. I wrote a fifteen four and eighteen. We what to get twelve fourteen total twenty-three pricing pippa one ono. I rolled super good on niche. And then once when all my attacks i don't know what is casting casting album her last useful action of the rest of the combat breakfast fourteen on the day so also seventeen driver which again eighteen on the die. So which one twenty five okay. You all are prepped. And ready to go. And according to the rules of initiative in drama you go first on this surprise around. What do you want to do. So and drama is going to start off our coast sound party by throwing the go sound as far as she can down this hallway so that you know you just hear a bunch of basically more or less footsteps as what. She's aiming for so just like clumping crunching noises kind of that sort of feel and then it just waiting for for pippa deficit there thing for disbelief. That they have to rule they get a dc fifteen disbelief. Okay does that any turn. Okay epa argentia. You all are up okay. So pepe Is going to add to the marching sounds that in drama produced by Also putting sort of the the sounds of a struggle like someone is trying to wrestle their way free and she's going to intersperse that with you know kind of grunts.

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"98" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast

Fantastic Worlds Podcast

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"98" Discussed on Fantastic Worlds Podcast

"Charisma because my class. Let's pump twins. Well yeah. I don't know because like i was actually of thinking techno manser for pippa. It's already kind of a. It's its own class. But it reminds me a lot of a multi classed thing because it's someone who's got a lot of technical skills but also a lot of magical skills that kind of blend into the same Into the same thing which is sort of what arcane tricksters do and She should obviously still be a half haflinger because there are happenings in space half in spe. Beautiful hassling space. What does abraxas do in space. Angel man abraxas in space. You know what they have like the diplomatic like a medical ships. He'd be like the cuisine shape. It would be a full on zine like a. that's a whole like a luxury cruise ship. He'd be a tv celebrity trying out foods throughout the entire galaxy and then people like mess with shit. He's like cool. You weren't on the menu but now you are. Thanks for thanks for shit took good. It's kind of funny. Because what you said that i pictured breakfast is a chef with a whole bunch of skinner. Manders as your sous chefs we just it all. Bino skater manders. Oh yeah they get so many foods stains on them. That's nothing clean. You might get the health board called down on you for. Oh it's oh okay. So he'd be a mystic also and especially a research spell called sanitizing tongue that super sanitary praxis. If there isn't some gross to unnatural nothing wrong with looking for you know. It's so funny because you also made a incredibly lake food based character for should. I finally found this final revelation upon reaching twentieth level. You become a truly alien unnatural creature. You can't even imagine what andromeda will look like. We run into this. I normally squiggly weird creature planet size and it's like oh drama. Is that you who talks flies up to like hello. Everyone quarterback out of that that got to answer the question. Yes miroslava miroslav Would probably as a as a class. I think she would be a celerion. Just i think the mix of magic and marshall There is fairly similar to what she's already got going on. And then i think she would still be an elf but instead of being the standard off she would be a drought and because well a fully answered this question With what's what's going on in my head had spoilers so Returned to be returned at a later date. Yeah was trying to think of like what pippa would be doing in star finder but but like ultimately like. I don't know there's still. There's still a lot of like corrupt rich people out there. It's not so much like lords and fiefdoms anymore. But she would definitely she probably be doing a lot of stealing from edge corp gac is doing instead of the princess. Scam say my planet long. She'd have to. She'd have to adjust the scam. It will be more like should be posing. I can totally see like posing as like an edge court. Vp and like coming in like messing up all the projects taking all the money and then giving it to the people that they're exploiting maybe make pippa cameo You know pippa hit the hit that level twenty and winning mortal obviously became become immortal at the end of winter provided she can survive that long. But yeah and then going back. I just realized. I forgot who the biggest model of all baba yoga because baba yoga no longer has innocent. What would bobby. She would tow. She would definitely convert the hut into a spaceship. Oh yeah still has chicken legs though. Oh yeah no the chicken league's been back and they actually have little thrusters at the bottom of pause. Transformer this is feeding into my my demand justice where i kept saying we each need chicken. We can transform into voltron style chicken from ours. I think this is what we're concerned became a mortal and she made the spaceship expire. And she's gone. And she freaking destroyed. Bobby iago with. That's pay god. She took alabama youngest power for herself and now she comes immortal. Yes she sucks. Up all bobby august power. It's no longer bobby. Baba pippa off of yoga. The yoga i'm into it. Yes please and then your own separate huts and we do logan's idea which form we form voltron chicken hut blast off into space. We're never ending raina winter. I love it. Let's take this off the rails. Why free free. No or die. There is no no. We're immortal voltron. chicken hutton. Series of food related weaponry like egg cannons or omelette had this digitalization of hook when they all those food based weapons doesn't yoshi have a move. Where like when they did the defense. It's they're in. Egg could be like an egg. Shield drumsticks sword. I was just so your and just be like. I'm fighting with the giant fork. I so what i'm hearing here is a practice. Figures out how to change his dna from wolf to chicken and he just becomes the chicken. Chicken wolf are chicken. Chicken chicken mega heart. You have to go with the theme. It would be non-food. We wouldn't have a any drumstick relate because i was just thinking i think our our mortal enemy would be the colonel who is flying around in his diet. Kfc tolley now..

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"98" Discussed on Ubuntu Security Podcast

Ubuntu Security Podcast

12:27 min | 1 year ago

"98" Discussed on Ubuntu Security Podcast

"That in particular was reported by the no j s crew page where a denial-of-service could be triggered by a remote attacker who could trigger a particular application to perform a DNS requests to a chosen host. They've then set up the DNS records former host have a very long length. And this would then overrun the buffer that was used by Sierra's internally. So what was happening in the library itself was that you would make a request to it to do reservation provide a buffer for it to fill in with an Associated link. It would then return back that buffer to you with what length was in there, but it would tell you that it you know, if there's A hundred records would only had room to fit fifty it would tell you they were a hundred records there. And so if you then went and used that length without expecting the original buffer length, it would be an error you would get buffer overrun with this kind of buffer over read most likely if you're not manipulating that data and so a crash as a result. So this was fixed then to make sure that he returns the actual length of data that was in the buffer not often like the records. So that was fixed for Sierra's in the groove eager up on two 2010 should know this didn't affect older releases because it was only introduced in the newer version of Sierra's after that. We had an update for phpmyadmin thirteen different CVS for the bionic Beaver 1804 long-term support release and this is various sorts of issues. We see in these kind of web Frameworks. There was a bunch of different cross-site scripting attacks. It could be done SQL injection cross site request forgery various information leaked sensitive. Yep. That kind of thing. So a big update therefore phpmyadmin. If you are using that on identify long-term support, you are now more protected for our 1604 long-term support users. We had an update of Firefox as well fifteen CDs that were addressed in this I did talk about this back in last week's episode 97. We released the update last week for the other releases and took a little longer for this release because it is an old release. So 16.4 long-terms. What was it released back in 2016 and it has ordered libraries and things in it. And that means that when you have packages like Firefox that are using things like the rust toolchain and others and newer sorts of features, they are harder to support in the older releases cuz there just aren't necessarily the libraries available and we need to do more work on this in particular the desktop team a lot of that. So thank you very much for them for doing that. But yet it does take slightly longer, but you are now are safer. So you do have the latest Firefox release now in 1360 for long terms of what we had an update as well for open Thurs. App. This was for our GSM customers 1204 and 1404 extended security maintenance again. I talked about this back in last week's episode. But this was a couple of different denial-of-service issues that were fixing up there after that. We had an update for pulseaudio. This was for all of our supported releases. So 1604 long-term support 1804 long-term support 2004 long-term support and 2010 a Corolla and this is one CD that was actually discovered and fixed by James Henstridge from the desktop team. And this is an abundance specific vulnerability in pulseaudio, basically to allow snaps and snap demon to do mediation of what your snap can do in terms of audio functionality. We add an extra policy module to pause pulseaudio so that it can be immediate then. So basically the idea is that you have a snap when it wants to use audio at first of all need to actually have access to the audio devices. So it needs to have an equivalent. It needs to have plugged the audio interface wage. Types audio playback if then makes obviously it's request to pulse audio over that false audio and has a look. Process is this it's it's a snap it has this policy. So I'm not going to allow the audio recorder audio playback depending on what the snap has been allowed. What is interesting about this is there was a race condition there. So the way that the pulse audio used to look up the song essentially the snap policy for was to get the P credentials from the socket connection that was made to it and that can actually return with an invalid credential and metals user essentially a certain process ID. And so then it wouldn't be able to look up the appropriate say app on the label that the process was placed under to find out you know, what its policy was and so this was fixed actually buy em instead of it looking up process and then looking up a farmer to just directly get the a farmer label from the socket itself of the associated process. And so then that happens all in a much more race freeway and actually check out. If you follow him on Twitter, he did a post about this just the other day basically asking, you know for a given code that does so I could operations with passing a few credentials. What do you think the the output would be so old song that in the show notes if you want to go and have a look at kind of summarizes essentially the guts of that vulnerability. So thanks very much for James from kind of working on that and leading that with us after that. We had an update for Lube extract for the 2016 for long-term support release and actually for the next the next few vulnerabilities, they all 462 for long-term support So if you are a 6.4 long-term support user you definitely bit safer so leave extract off. This is the library that is used to extract metadata from all kinds of file formats. It supports things like HTML PostScript Microsoft Office documents. Audio files image Files video archives all kinds of stuff. So essentially if you'll say maybe hosting a file sharing website or something like that, you know, you can use this too easily summarized what kind of files are associated anyway, so yep. Armory that handles all sorts of complex floor mats and written in C. We see the usual sort of vulnerabilities in these kind of things. So there was no point to be references here are divided by zero sum and it's CPU Loops that could be triggered. So all of those would result likely in a denial-of-service attack. There was also stack and Heap buffer overflows as well. So it could potentially get code execution or at least an auto service by crashing crashing through those as well. But they have all been fixed for liver extractor. Similarly. The PDF resurrect utility was updated as well for single CD for 1360 for long-term support page is used to extract and manipulate the revision information inside PDFs. So that can potentially, you know hide when things were modified or that kind of thing in the past or at least be able to read it out and know when you know, your name was modified this had an out of bounds right on a crafted PDF that could be triggered again possible to get maybe code execution out of that one. There was an update for the 80 FTP Daemon and Club. And package for up on 360 for long-term support a couple of different TVs here. There's a null pointer dereference due to a failure to properly lock a mutex when accessing certain data So based off when you have a couple different threads that would be racing on that same data and one of them would set it to null in the other one would go and use it assuming it wasn't null and finding shoes. You're getting no pointer dereference. There was also a stack buffer overflow as well too long way that it was trying to call stirring copy to copy strings steering copies meant to be a safe function and respect the length of the Buffy pass it but obviously if you don't pass it, the right parameters all bets are off and finally either an update for I graph as well and they'll point if you reference here that was fixed or 460 fall in terms of what and eighty know for long-term support releases. And that's it for this week in security updates box. As I said at the start in the bunch of security Community News. We've got a few things to cover first up. There is an upcoming webinar by like Sandy he is the product manager for extended security maintenance log. And on the 8th of December at 4 p.m. UTC. He will be talking about how to essentially transition your abun to 6 Center for a long-term support to extended security May. It's so a bunch of six Note 4 was released back in 2016. And it's one of the most popular ones who releases there are many deployments of it out in the wild that are still in production in a page next year that will reach the end of its five-year long-term support. And will transition to extend a student in maintenance. And so this webinar will talk about essentially the move to extend security maintenance package and the other key kind of things you need to consider when planning a migration like that. So obviously we'll talk about what is extended security maintenance and what the extended security maintenance. Is and all the associated things like that talk about six key considerations for planning a migration with a 46 no long-term support and obviously how to keep your production secure while you plan that migration path as well. So yeah, definitely if you are a dog No for long-term support user and you are thinking about extended security maintenance for that. I owe do to check that one out. And obviously there's a link in the show notes and that will be available afterwards as well. If you are not able to log into the time next hour security certifications team have announced the release of lib decrypt for upon through 1804 long-term support the bionic Bieber as fips 140-2 certified. So that means that in particular lib decrypt is used as part of the full disk encryption implementation in a bun through 1804 long-term support. And so you now have the certified Out full description there as well. This is certified for five years by nest and the link to more information about that in the show notes as well and Lasting Community News. I wanted to talk about a topic that I myself actually raised in a barn through to talk about for the upcoming $21 for release and onwards and that is the idea of Reviving this concept of private home directories. And so in a bun to traditionally and actually not just a bunch of Debian as well and other Linux distributions as well. If they choose to they often make home directories World readable what that means is if you have multiple users on your machine, they can each generally see the files in each other's home directories, unless you go and you know, either change the permissions yourself manually or do other things and this is done I guess additional e because there was a single computer in most people's houses. This was shared by multiple people. And so the idea that you could say share your music between each other or that kind of thing made a lot of sense and this is actually something that has been discussed for about fourteen years as an old bug report about this on Launchpad that kind of reference in this discussion, but things have moved on from there and so I've got links to these posts that I made but basically how long is that, you know, we've moved on from that now most people install the pain to their machines are single-use. There's only one user but there are many places that are deployed 1/2 in the cloud and then they do have multiple users birth. Often things like worker accounts. So you might have you know your admin on there, but then you may have a less privileged worker account that is say running. I don't know some service or whatever it is that you've deployed the machine form. And the problem there is that worker account gets compromised. It can then access potentially, you know, the credentials of the admin or of other work accounts as well. And so this isn't really a kind of defense-in-depth approach. So this is something that we as a security team think that should be changed for upcoming releases this obviously affects a bunch of different stuff because there are going to be various applications that have relied on the ability of say maybe there's some Demon that they run them in accessing things in your home directory to do part of its work, you know things like that may then break if that is running under a different user. So yeah, but it's certainly just start started the discussion there and if anyone listening to this, obviously if you get feedback and you're subscribed the one who developed discuss mailing list, feel free to reply there or I've also created an equivalent topic on discourse dead of winter. Com as well and again links in this show notes. All right, so that takes us to the end of this week's episode as usual. If you do want to get in contact with the team. You can email us at security to one C.com. We have the one to harden mailing list as well as the one too hard emotional on Chat. Freenode net if your entire see again, there's discourse that on T., so you can come and discuss private home directories there or anything else security-related or oxy anything else a bunch of related to in the other than the other topics, or if you want to hit us up on Twitter. We are active want to underscore sick they're so thanks everyone for listening again for another week. It's been great to do this all for you as I say if you have any feedback, please feel free to get in contact and until next time remember keep calm cuz we've got you back and I'll speak to you soon. Bye..

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