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Girlfriend: Dallas shooting suspect feared Asian Americans

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Girlfriend: Dallas shooting suspect feared Asian Americans

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"jeremy smith" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

06:03 min | 11 months ago

"jeremy smith" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"That big of a problem if they get broken into by some some hackery boys or girls or whatever and there's nothing there for them to take it doesn't really matter right. It's all spooky. Maybe on the hatches a little bit. But you didn't lose anything so who cares holding all this data than it's an it's an issue and it's there and it could be a regulator that's going after it so proton meals a swiss company and they were obliged to follow a swiss court injunction demanding that they begin logging. Ip addresses and browser fingerprint formation. So the account that they went after was operated by parisian chapter of youth for climate their causes fighting against gentrification high establishments and real estate speculation among other things Proton male points out that the email contents were not handed. Over just logging info because the email body itself is encrypted with keys that are unavailable to the service that are processing them so is proton males still children. I would not say one hundred percent show now vic savviest and the plane chat says proton meals response to this issue was absolutely a plus full honest. The issue is absurd. You should not use email for any kind of secure communications. I mean okay fair enough but you might need to and if people understood at least thought that proton mail was this completely secure method of communication. That wasn't trying to hang on. Yeah exactly it's been communicated that way. Now the savvy is also says that proton male cannot access your email and you can get around this by simply using fake ip with vpn or with tour. So i guess it comes down to that. There is no such thing as just one tool that you can use to maintain your privacy and or your anonymity online. I think a lot of vpn's have gotten themselves in hot water by claiming that a vpn is some kind of magic bullet that makes you anonymous online and in the same way proton mail probably just need to or maybe the maybe. This is the community's fault. It might be educational bulletproof but in the same way. Proton is not just a a one-size-fits-all perfect way to maintain absolute privacy You need a combination of tools and not just tools but also best practices. I mean even torture is not enough to maintain your privacy For example If you'll use tour at your native resolution and you happen to be running a surface book to let me just double check. What the resolution of this thing is. Yeah okay. this one's pretty good which runs at thirty to forty by twenty one sixty. It's a very unusual resolution. One of the things that websites can see is what the resolution of the display that you're browsing from is so that's the reason that tour will actually launch at a default small window size and you're not supposed to adjust it. You're supposed to leave it like that because as soon as you start giving a website any bit of information you can start to create like as you as you click through and navigate or visit frequently accessed sites They start to look for patterns and they can start to put together a fingerprint for you that can be used to maybe not identify you the individual jeremy smith but to identify you and start to build an advertising profile for you which is usually what these online services are after so that they can be. There's one adds. There's one jeremy smith there wasn't really paying that much attention. Yep all sudden is like whoa sorry. I should clarify tour browser tour browser. Excuse me excuse me man. Jack of gamers asks. What do you think of as new multi hop option. I have not actually looked into it. But if it's what it sounds like then it's going to hurt late and see but improve privacy. So hey there you go so overall this is not the end of the world you can absolutely continue to use proton mail. You just need to be aware that every time. And i mean every time you log into proton mail you should be using vpn and ideally you should be making sure that you are accessing it from a different vpn end points so you should you. Yep and especially if you're like. There's a notable this to there's a discussion question if you're an activist of any sort is it. Time to us tour browsers and vpn's can you trust anonymous email services. I would answer that somewhat indirectly by saying if you're if you're an activist in a country that is dangerously oppressive to what you're being activists about. I'm not going to try to make any like you know assumptions about what that is where you are or anything like that. I'm just talking generally let you doing not to get us deleted in. China wasn't even thank you much but some of the stuff they've been doing lately. No i've been checked out to be completely honest. Moulana is like deleted from the internet. The actress i mean like just like their new thing is if you are if you are not if you are not waving the flag hard enough you simply do not exist anymore. It's the whole thing. Yeah anyway don't trust anything..

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"jeremy smith" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:31 min | 11 months ago

"jeremy smith" Discussed on KCRW

"Sponsors include National Geographic, presenting Fauci, a portrait of Dr Anthony Fauci, a scientist, physician, husband and father, whose career spanned seven presidents, and his book ended by two pandemics, HIV AIDS and COVID. 19. Fauci, now playing This is weekend edition from NPR News. I'm Lulu Garcia Navarro. Good morning, even though the number of confirmed Covid cases has fallen slightly daily deaths are up. This disease still has a firm grip on the United States with parts of this country experiencing intense outbreaks in northern Idaho. At least 10 hospitals are so overwhelmed that they began rationing care for everyone last week, regardless of diagnosis. Many people in that part of the state are mistrustful of health authorities as Nate Heggie of the Mountain West News Bureau reports. Jeremy Smith and his wife, Sheena, on a four wheeler leading me up a dirt road on the 20 acres of mostly undeveloped land. They live on your Segall, the Idaho Panhandle. We stopped near big grove of trees and get out. It's beautiful. Yeah, we've got some dug for Peter. This is a grand pine..

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"jeremy smith" Discussed on GroundTruth

GroundTruth

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy smith" Discussed on GroundTruth

"America's longest war in history. The war in afghanistan and of present day whistle blowers like edward snowden in reality winner on the last day of classes. We asked the students to share. If they'd formed any new ideas about truth and dissent. Here are a few of those answers. Hi my name's isabel eastman. When i think back on this year i think about how truth gives way to hope. And when people are in a desperate time especially wartime. They need hope but they need that. From the truth is eric. Ross and daniel ellsberg story teaches us today what it means to be patriotic and this term is really been co-opted to mean kind of our collective society mean falling in line you know loving country but as ellsberg teaches us. You know to be patriotic is to do. what's right. Hi my name. Is kay barnes when we reflect upon how we can act in our own lives. We shouldn't worry about the immediate pats or the sort of greatness of skill and sort of hope for these distant unintended reverberations of our actions. That lesson is is really powerful that it the act of a single person. The act of collective of truth telling and collective descent that can change our lives and change the world. You can't get adequate. Hope from a the you need truth in that needs to be what fuels the hope. Dan ellsberg ended class that day with a message of his own. So long should say to you. What my lawyer charlie. Nisshin said to me is that was to go on the stand after a year and a half in court we should dealing with looking at the jury said. Look it's jury. he said. Dan remember the important thing is to be calm. Because and just remember it all depends on you and that's what i say to the students. That's the world you're going into. It all depends on you. Who else over the last year. These students did the work of historians digging through the boxes sifting through documents many of which had never been seen. before they are cranberries. Andrew bettencourt is about eastman marfa dolla. Peter jones helen. Curious cuba's will smith freddie or cloud and eric ross. Gray simmons talion torres tnn. Darling william lay their own reporting on what they discovered over. The last year can be found on the ellsberg papers. Website umass dot. Edu backslash ellsberg. We wanna make a special thanks to professor christian oppy in the history department professor kathy ford in the journalism program and jeremy smith ellsberg archivist at the special collections and university archives to mark the fifty years since ellsberg leaked the pentagon papers. We convened a virtual conference with dan ellsberg and others. Who are key to the release of the papers. Which combined with the watergate hearings forced nixon to become the first and only president in american history to resign on our website. Umass dot edu backslash ellsberg. You can still watch a video library of all of these discussions including a rare public conversation. Between ellsberg and edward snowden. Please take a moment to let us know what you think of this. Podcast give us a rating an offer your comments we wanna know what you think about dan ellsberg story and your thoughts on this year long public history project stay tuned for an epilogue in september. And tell your friends. They can find the whistle blower series on their favorite podcast app. Mitch hanley was the senior producer of the podcast and the producer of this episode of the ground. Truth podcast is isaiah. Murtaugh marketing and promotion by maggie taylor and ground truth. Josh co special. Thanks to gbh engineer bill piazolla university of massachusetts at amherst made the historic acquisition of daniel ellsberg's papers in twenty nineteen. That archive is now curated at the w. e. d. boys library. The series is dedicated. In memoriam to rob cox former head of special collections and university archives at umass amherst rob was instrumental in shepherding the ellsberg papers acquisition and in helping us get this project rolling this season of the ground truth. Podcast was made possible through the generous support of the mass chancellor's office. This has been a year long public history project in collaboration with the university of massachusetts at amherst and gbh where the ground truth project is based. I'm charlie senate founder of the ground truth project. I wanna tell you about another podcast. I think you'll like the last archive from harvard. Historian a new yorker writer jill lepore this season the poor is investigating purveyors of doubt hoaxers fraudsters pseudo-scientists and how the peddling of doubt evolved over the twentieth century leading all the way to the capital insurrection on january sixth. This show is unlike anything you've heard before history animated by long lost archival tapes and documents. Intrepid reporting in radio drama reenactments. The last archive unfurled like a classic nineteen thirties. Gumshoe mystery but takes on the big issues of today. How do we know what we know. And why is it seems sometimes lately is if we don't know anything at all listen to the last archive wherever you get your podcasts from pushkin industries..

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"jeremy smith" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy smith" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"Jd his best ever national finish. I've always rode my best to distract to steve. You have a moto in here. Who can forget we. We have a right like i. I one next race with team and with baggage so we have a lot of budd's creek local knowledge here on the phone but but yeah we'll see tristan wayne right we haven't seen eighteen. He's eighteen obviously he's eighteen year. Yeah i don't know. I i mean i. He does well and all that he's a good kid. I don't think i can go that way. No matter how he qualifies for a first round and since supercross right he got injured in orlando. It's been awhile it's been awhile. Cheers is back this weekend. Thirteen donny what do you think of the cheese. I think he's a good pick I will pick him. Because i just. Maybe it's from supercross. I never picking supercross. Because i knew that shouldn't watches. But it's never enough point psychologists I think we might have that same deal here. It a thirteen. He needs to needs to fill score top twenty to really be worth it and i think there's just better values at this higher handicaps but but there's no doubt in my mind that she has welches when he will score points. Just maybe not as many as you're looking for this late in the season right right so a couple guys that you think could privateer guys further bound on the field on that you'd like Can't because i don't know. I don't know how many of these like privateer guys. You're actually going to be racing until they until we you know. We see it in qualifying I think backers bryce bacchus. He's raised most of the series. So i would imagine this again. He's seventeen what twenty nine twenty three which i was. Twenty nine doesn't look great but twenty. Three twenty three or something similar like that with seventeen handicap could be a speaking effect Ankles racing again. I think broncos could be great. He's still he went nineteen eighteen months weekend. Broncos was good good job for uncles and he was eighteenth at south to he went eighteen. Twenty four so he he can clearly run that top twenty so he could be a sneaky. Go pick to I don't know if he has more upside than ships and a thirteen though. They probably probably probably balance out still twelve. Okay yep that's i like that one. Yeah like you didn't catch a lot weekend. I think he he's. He's still very kickable this weekend. And there was no reason for unitil to be. Jason is good track. He's from michigan. You know what i mean like. It wasn't it wasn't like oh it's a. It's a great track for him he could do it again. Type deals is what. I'm what i'm talking about. You know so. That was the first thing. I looked at it. I thought maybe he was a local and then like what he's for michigan like okay. Yeah sure i'll definitely take them. Yeah do you guys. Think jeremy smith again. I've been burnt by jeremy. He's a good. Do but i've been burned a lot by him but he's a fifteen. We just saw what he did if he has the same results that he did that..

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"jeremy smith" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy smith" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"It qualified baddies average. Qualifying is twenty eight so nobody looks at them but his average finishes nineteenth. Yeah paul we got to start. Open your eyes to surat. Although i don't see the handicapped. Imagine a change this week but he was a twelve. So yeah. that's the problem right. I think we're i think we're missing some value now And he did more. We'll get to four fifty guys and get to more but Yeah we do is now starting to lose some some handicapped value. Paul jason kessler eighty points. Thirty six percent pick trend. You probably responsible for twenty two percent of that picture and that makes me feel decent. Yeah he Each i i i knew jason be good. He rose you really well let us And Honestly i didn't want him to be put himself on everybody's radar made it. That's why i think he was. Probably the main reason for my east on saturday about. Let's change lockout to friday because all all the cards are shown after practice so many times and And yeah i had a feeling he would be very good. He was so that was good for him and i was happy. Yeah absolutely jeremy. Smith made his return to racing from an injury with eighty points eighteen handicap qualified. Well also but jeremy's qualifying well. Donnie isn't out of the norm that that's that's fine for jeremy smith. He could put down a heater like no problem. Like he's another one of those guys that he always had you know he'll have that spike and everybody'll pick him i'm like how heartbreaker and had a like the heartbreakers he's He's a jeremy hand right and enhancement more consistent than pass but these guys are just they do pretty well on qualifying. Cody shock eighty points. That was a no brainer there. tyler stepping seventy eight. Jeremy seventy two. I had kessler kessler. That qualifying time. Sixteen i went with it right. Eighty points for that was fine. Cody shock was no brainer for me after he. Let me down though at Whatever race it was would have been millville right..

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"jeremy smith" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy smith" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"They're all spit shined. And yeah that's awesome. Yeah probably you were a lot of the guys where you're like. Hey man have another race. Like i'm just getting used to this thing right exactly you know but then again i know you're out on that's the way it goes right. Bellamy here is. I want to thank the folks. Max tires amax tease alex. Rae rodbell jeremy smith using max's tires max settees develop mcgrath and max's great company. Mountain bike tires light. Chuck taylors tires. Max's dot com for more information. And you're you're probably out there with bell a lot of times i run around bell either. You're getting him or he's getting. You were whatever so so the program that you put together this year again. myself I'm involved plum creek funding as well and other sponsors like is this was the program put together. Was this the difference between racing. Not was this. Yeah so this was the way for you to make some money. Yeah yeah 'cause i mean If i can you know come away with a little bit of money unhappy I'm not greedy. And i need to make you know five grand weekenders or anything crazy but if i can make you know a little bit of money in still go out and enjoy my weekend and travel see the world and race. My dirt bike and in a friends and stuff. It's it's definitely worth it. And i love it So yeah i mean if i can keep putting little programs together like this then you know maybe next year but it's just taking it step by step and and just enjoying each time i get a ride. My dirt bike and Not taking anything for granted you know what do you of as sort of newfound track. Prep they've been doing so john. Air is been a big part of the nationals. For years he was a guy that really liked the soak. The shit out of the tracks and he hasn't been around as much and i think in lakewood there was a little bit of a happy accident with the wind and everything else and we got a race. That aren't slot cross anymore. I think with john not being there. That's his preferred way to prep attract. And i think due to some accidents from shane..

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"jeremy smith" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy smith" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"He plays the the sort of you know movies like this using sort of anxious like a low key kind of guy. You play characters like that. So i think you'd be really good as higgins and so can you imagine a version of this show with brett. Goldstein is against no. I don't want to because he roy can't is such a great character. It brent gold breakfast defines the character so well but like simultaneously. The light background evolution. Because he's not like a huge character but they do great stuff with with with higgins. With jeremy swift is higgins. He's just like his facial features like the way he reacts this stuff the what's the name of the beard. He died the van dyke. Yeah you know. Just a reflection of how he feels totally chill like upright bass. Playing the runner about his poor cats decl offered who he has mentioned already at this point as of next episode she has passed like higgins is just a great character and the fact that like. He's he's another great example. How this show can do so many different things totally. Because he is such a great source of laughter. I think higgins but he also has one of my favorite like a moments of the show engaging in morality plays when you know he tells rebecca enough because he's like really become enchanted by ted and the whole vibe of it all. He's alive again in this in this company and he's like telling rebecca it's enough and when he's going to quit and she's like you you cowered like you now. This is enough after all of the women. You snuck behind behind my back for rupert. While you and i were having lunch i thought we were friends and he. He's just so straight facedly wake owns like i need to carry that. Shame with me forever. That does not make what you are doing right. I had door that scene. Yes on so for so many reasons to not have. Jeremy smith is higgins is something that i don't even want to begin to think about well and i will again credit that podcast. That brett goldstein said. I think that might've been throwing me a bone like saying that with no real intent for me to be in that role in that. Apparently when jeremy swift auditioned like even before the auditions over there like this is the guy like we cannot. We don't need anybody else for this role. This is perfect. This is who higgins is so it was a lock. I think at least from what i'm given to understand once Jeremy swift did audition whether or not there was ever a real intent for brett. Goldstein to play higgins. I don't know there was no real intent for him to play. Roy can't though. I believe that the role had been offered to a couple of different people and there were scheduling issues that had been turned down and brett bet on himself and he sent bill lawrence to tape at like midnight with a five scenes that he had done as roy can't and he said like look..

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"jeremy smith" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy smith" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"Mx teeth developed by. Jeremy mcgrath used by a ray and rodbell and jeremy smith jordan jarvis on the s gb. Max kawasaki team whether it's a mountain bike tire whether to dirt bike tyrone trailer whether it's a light truck. Suv back. since what have you covered. I want to thank the folks at motorsport. And of course kobe links as well with me on the line to discuss high point i up. He's the voice of high point is the voice of motorcar series. It's jason again. What's up yeah. I don't know if i'm the voice of high point. I mean really i mean it should. Anyone was there this week and they would have heard me unless they were listening to peacock on their phone. But that'd be more megawatt and rabbis fantastic trying to give you a compliment and you took it away to american voice of america. Yeah what's the what's what the street by gracing lately. What's going on just filled in twice and that might be. Actually you're supposed to fill in two races already. Did it was good times. But is this like when taught harris had to go to the boat races. And that daniel blair guy filled in the regular guy had to go somewhere or kinda. Except i did a much much much much better job. That's all. yeah so. I was thinking about this. Actually my drawback. Do people have any idea that like during the supercross broadcast. We are texting daniel and then during these broadcast daniels texting me etc etc and we're like giving each other notes and criticizing and like people probably going on now probably not literally during the show. We're texting blair during super bowl. Yeah yeah yeah absolutely and vice versa. And not all of its positive uplifting texts either so no you get in each others heads. There's no doubt absolutely also hear from fly racing fly racing dot com happy father's day to myself and and this man who have nothing to celebrate on this day jason thomas..

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"jeremy smith" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy smith" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"To be just like a free steady flow of traffic. I'm suzanne potter. According to the food policy council low income communities of color have two to three times fewer options for healthy food compared to more affluent areas. This is pms. Indiana's vaccine rollout rapidly evolving and advocacy. Groups are working to make sure people who want the vaccine. No how to get it. Indiana is following the cdc's guidance for vaccine distribution by vaccinating residents in tiered priority groups. Addison pollack with aarp says that now includes health care providers frontline essential workers people aged sixty five. Plus we're lucky because some of our most vulnerable members of our society are getting the vaccine. I a rpi. Indiana volunteer marla. Paula kramer is on a small team. That's calling older adults to make sure they have the information. They need about the vaccine. Some people are not comfortable with it and that's fine. We're not here to push them. Overwhelming majority are really eager to get the vaccine appointments that local health departments can be made by calling two one one or online at corona virus dot. in dot g-o-v e. mary sherman reporting meantime. Eric explains montana's. We'll have another chance to find. Low cost health insurance as starts monday through executive order. President joe biden has reopened enrollment in the affordable care act marketplace. Jeremy smith is the program director for montana navigator a nonprofit that assist people in healthcare enrollment. He says people who have been laid off likely have lost their employees based healthcare as well a lot of the people that have lost their job. They may have never have had to shop for health insurance ever. They may not be very familiar about. Healthcare dot gov were the health insurance plans on the marketplace. So they may have missed the first open. Enrollment period smith says last year about four in five applicants qualified for financial help and more than three and five got a plan for less than fifty dollars per month. Finally diane bernard tells us while for president. Trump's impeachment trial is demonstrating deep divisions in the nation. A new documentary released today presents. A powerful look at four americans attempting to bridge political racial divides executive produced by tv. News pundits van jones and meghan mccain the united states profile. Susan bro mother of heather higher. Who was murdered by a white supremacist. At a twenty-seven charlottesville rally at a commemoration for heather's death row tells a crowd it wasn't until a white woman was killed before white americans recognize racist. Violence is a major problem that needs to be healed. So many mothers lose their children every day and we have to fix that. I don't want other mothers to be in my this. The public is invited to join jones and mccain for an online red and blue carpet premieres tonight goto reunited states dot tv slash premier. This is by clifford for public. Do service member listener supported heard on some of the nation's most interesting radio stations and online at public new servants dot. Org here's a look at weather from the hop lands. News feed weather center today. Cloudy windy and cold with a thirty percent. Chance of snow high near twenty two tonight mostly cloudy with light wind. Low around ten. There will be partly sunny skies on your friday with continuing cold high near eighteen. That's the latest weather out. More news and weather on our website at heartland newsfeed dot com. Anybody that wants to go and audit that And it is polycentric which means that there are. Multiple servers probably thousands. I don't know how many matrix services that you don't have to be policy to use it. Nope absolutely not ended to use. So you don't have to pay any kind of subscription fee It's not free to run. You have to pay for a server somewhere like and we do that so we don't you don't have to worry about those costs you can just join our server and it actually is federated connected to all these other centres all these other servers that are running matrix and allows you to create your own channels. You can moderate your own channels you conjoined discussions that already exist on. I think what two or three dozen channels on our server right now. So head on over to chat dot freetalklive dot com and join the discussion cool system. So let's see let's change gears here a little bit and get into the i do have said i co vid story tonight. And this is from cnn. Which is of course. Propaganda central dispatches from the land of the branch davidian coke. Yeah and just to give you an idea of how bad this story is going to be the photograph that they're using as their headline photo. Here are two people wearing masks. Who appear to have. I mean you can't really tell for sure. They're wearing masks but they appear to be happy. The man has squint. He is a man in a racist. And he's he's a white guy racist and they're doing the elbow bump thing where the one elbows sort of connecting with another elbow. Both arms just went arm. One arm one arm so one arm each connecting with each other's elbow and they've got masks on cnn reports here and by the way and nobody in bani in the studio tonight. Attentive lover passionate about work empathy in spades facial hair for months now saroj blow has a tough name has silence tough as being a pretty girl. Facial hair has sought a combination of personality traits in perspective boyfriends now however after nearly a year of the covid nineteen pandemic. Was that what she was looking for. I don't know okay. it's not what she has. They don't make that clear. Okay that's important. That's that's an important. I don't even know if this is the trans story or not now. I couldn't tell you what she wants her. What she has but either way after nearly a year of the covid. Nineteen pandemic one. Elusive characteristic is beginning to transcend all others for her vaccination status. It's not that she's picky. The thirty four year old winemaker from napa california has been on about half a dozen zoom dates and several in real life dates since she ended her has had this image of a jet zooming into boston. Harbor much less exciting than that. I imagine i know how awful any meeting is on zoom. We attended one last night. Actually aria posted on her youtube channel. Yes that wasn't a date and it was awful. And i can only imagine how awful going on a quote unquote date with. Somebody on zoom. Must be are you going with geriatric republicans because that's lacking it.

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"jeremy smith" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy smith" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And instagram's the new service dila newscasts aboard the eleven thousand eight hundred twenty one mic differ. Health experts are pressing. Colorado's governor jared polis to distributed kobe vaccines to denver's homeless population. Who have no other option. But to shelter in large group settings. Danika lee is deputy director of denver's kobe response team. She says the risk of exposure for staff and clients at shelters is extremely high and people experiencing homelessness are at much greater risk of sickness and death. We know that we have disproportionate rates of african americans and latin x people including people as well with come abilities and so being able to reach. This group of people is a priority for the city and county of denver because people without homes cannot self isolate and travel across the city for services leary's worries outbreaks. It's shelters could quickly spread and overwhelm. Local hospitals police told reporters this week. That people sixty five and older experiencing homelessness can receive vaccines but said shots in younger arms would cost lives. I'm eric gladys advocates say getting all shelter residents and staff vaccinated at the same time would be more efficient and require fewer trips now. These bullet points from cnbc regarding day. Two of trump impeachment trial to house impeachment managers arguing that for president. Donald trump excited insurrection against the government used graphic video and audio of the january six. Us capitol riot to recreate the events. Security footage shows former vice president. Mike pence senate majority leader. Chuck schumer and senator mitt romney of utah among others rushing away from the mob. He prosecutors from the house or making arguments to jurors who lived through the very attack and the fight against food apartheid in california to boost this week. At the los angeles county board of supervisors voted to create a food justice roundtable to explore ways to reduce hunger and make healthy food more accessible one program doing just that is called market match which gives people who qualify for food assistance programs such as cal. Fresh pandemic e-bt or wick an extra ten dollars to spend at farmers markets by letty of alaska's dns worse with sustainable economic enterprises known as c. La which runs multiple farmers markets. She says poverty worsened by the pandemic has driven a lot more customers to use market match. There have been line of people wrapped around the block at some markets to get the incentive whereas before it used to be just like a free steady flow of traffic. I'm suzanne potter. According to the la food policy council low income communities of color have two to three times fewer options for healthy food compared to more affluent areas this is pms indiana's vaccine rollout rapidly evolving and advocacy. Groups are working to make sure people want the vaccine know how to get it. Indiana is following the cdc's guidance for vaccine distribution by vaccinating residents tiered priority groups. Addison pollack with aarp. Indiana says that now includes health care providers frontline essential workers and people aged sixty five plus. We're lucky because some of our most vulnerable members of our society are getting the vaccine first. Aarp indiana volunteer marla. Pollock kramer is on a small team. That's calling older adults to make sure they have the information. They need about the vaccine. Some people are not comfortable with it and that's fine. We're not here to push them. Overwhelming majority are really eager to get the vaccine appointments. Local health departments can be made by calling two one one or online at corona virus dot dot g-o-v e. mary sherman reporting meantime eric. Tate off explains montana's will have another chance to find low cost health insurance as starts monday through executive order. President joe biden has reopened enrollment in the affordable care act marketplace. Jeremy smith is the program director for montana navigator a nonprofit that assists in healthcare enrollment says people who have been laid off likely have lost their employees based healthcare as well a lot of the people that have lost their jobs. They may have never have had to shop for health insurance before they may not be very familiar about. Healthcare dot gov were the health insurance plans on the marketplace so they may have missed the first open enrollment period. Smith says last year about four and five applicants qualified for financial help and more than three and five got a plan for less than fifty dollars per month. Finally diane bernard tells us while for president. Trump's impeachment trial is demonstrating deep divisions in the nation. A new documentary released today presents. A powerful look and for americans attempting to bridge political and racial divide is executive produced by tv news pundits van jones and meghan mccain the re united states profile. Susan bro mother of heather higher. Who was murdered by a white supremacist. At a twenty seventeen charlottesville rally at a commemoration for heather's death bro tells a crowd it wasn't until a white woman was killed before white. Americans recognize racist. Violence is a major problem that needs to be healed. So many mothers lose their children every day and we have to fix that. I don't want other mothers to be in my spot. I don't want this. The public is invited to join jones mccain for an online red and blue carpet premieres tonight go to re united states dot tv slash premier. This is by clifford for public. Do service member and listener supported. Heard on some of the nation's most interesting radio stations and online at public new servants dot. Org a look at weather from the hop lands news feed weather center today. Cloudy windy and cold with a thirty percent. Chance of snow. Pioneer twenty two tonight mostly cloudy with like wind. Low around ten. There will be partly sunny skies on your friday with continuing cold pioneer eighteen. That's the latest weather checkout more news and weather on our website at heartland newsfeed. Dotcom project veritas. Have you ever heard of project veritas. Yes they rock. What i will veritas means. Truth in latin i believe fullness or maybe truthfulness okay but they have They're more conservative than than libertarian-leaning spend some time attacking like planned parenthood and all that but But they do some they do some good stuff. They send in Under undercover reporters into organizations like see like present different scenarios. and just publicized. How the crew reacts to it begley. They've really stirred up of controversy because of this undercover cameras stuff. I mean it's great. Great work any time. You can get bureaucrats for instance to behave how they would normally behave because they don't see the cameras so that's where they see you as an employee so they don't see you at all. Yeah so you know you put these people in a position where they are treating you as they would normally shoot because when you bring a video camera openly they behave differently of course like a cop is not going to act the same way if he sees you carrying a camera as he will if you're not right so unfortunately once in a while they tell the truth off camera and it's so fascinating that that mask fall away for a moment so now the guy who's behind project veritas has been suspended and as has project veritas permanently suspended from the twitter platform as of today to come out over to social that freetalklive dot com guys because We'd love to have you and.

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Making a career change in the middle of a pandemic

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Making a career change in the middle of a pandemic

"I mean you're curious right about what it's going to be like in the economy yet to come because it's going to be different whether we're ready or not so. We begin today with two stories on that theme. The newspaper for the first of which is our regular thursday update on the state of the american labor market lousy in a word and other seven hundred ninety three thousand americans lost their jobs last week. Yes that is down a tad from the week earlier. But still as i think i say every week now stratospheric lee high and overall twenty something million people in this economy are getting some kind of government benefit so to the bigger point which is of course the theme of the top. Half of the program when it's going to be like when it's done to find new jobs when this is all over a lot of people might have to find new careers. The pew research center. Some new data out on that two thirds of people who are unemployed have considered going into a new occupation or a new field while one third have taken concrete steps to get new training or education as marketplace's mitchell hartman reports getting all the cogs in the back to work machine turning together leading can be easy in normal not pandemic times. Many rodriguez would have about twenty local men and women in the construction pre apprentice program. He runs in west chicago called revolution. Workshop recruiting from underserved communities typically talking about black brown and women. I mean the community desperately needs upskilling and a pathway into family sustaining careers. Most of the graduates go into construction jobs paying eighteen dollars an hour or more but the pandemic happened and seventy five percent of the folks that we have placed were laid off in the spring summer and fall revolution workshop. Didn't start any new cohorts of job trainees. Because there was no construction work for them. Thirty year jeremy smith of reno nevada got laid off from his job as a casino valet in march. He took his relief check and some savings and went back to community college with able to graduate with a bachelor's and why train management about two semesters early so ended up kicking me down the road a little quicker than i planned on. He's looking in his new field. But no luck so far. I'm sure it'll come roaring back. But it's a little dry right now. Meanwhile manny rodriguez at revolution workshop has a new class of construction pre apprentices. Now we are currently recruiting for our second cohort. So you know. I can put that blog out there or if you can do that for us every awesome. Consider it done website at our website. I'm mitchell hartman for marketplace gotta finish it mitchell it's marketplace dot org. Just make sure funny knows

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"jeremy smith" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy smith" Discussed on KCRW

"She was old enough for me to share all those things. I've been building up over time and then We could record it and other people could be in the room for those special daddy daughter conversations for almost a year. They've released two episodes a week. They start every show with one teaching the other something new. Then we read and discuss a poem and answer a Mexican question that one of us has the other or vexing question. That listener sent them fixing questions. So far, they've released more than 80 episodes, and both say they've learned I really enjoyed meeting Dad had to make slime because there was no way he would make slime. It wasn't for the podcast. He did not like slime at all. It may not have helped that it accidentally got squashed onto a chair. We had to buy a new one. But then we meet it and it was really fun. Soon Rawson will go back to school for more conventional in person learning, so she and Jeremy will only have time to produce one episode per week. And they're longer term plans are up in the air. Unfortunately, anything these days, But I'm rolling drinking my podcast. Next hope that will do it as long as possible. Our joke is that we're going to do the podcast until life gets back to normal or until we know everything, whichever comes first. At this pace. We might know everything. First. Jeremy Smith and his daughter Rossa, Their podcast is called. You must know everything..

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"jeremy smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy smith" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That he would become a father, Jeremy Smith thought he knew what to do. I immediately had all the things I knew this kid needed to know. Even though I didn't know this kid, she's gonna learn how to drive this way. She don't have a date. This way. She needs my pizza Dough Recipe. A decade later, Mr Smith admits he has lots to learn from his daughter Rossa. I could teach him things, too, that he didn't know or he already for gotten. So last March, when Ross's started remote learning from home, the two of them created a podcast called You must know everything. While sheltering at home. This past spring, we began to share everything the other needed to know to get through life have leave a note the secret to perfect scrambled eggs, climbing, memorizing craps pizza because you must do everything to. She was enough for me to share all those things. I've been building up over time and then We could record it and other people could be in the room for those special daddy daughter conversations for almost a year. They've released two episodes a week. They start every show with one teaching the other something new. Then we read and discuss a poem and answer a Mexican question that one of us has the other or vexing question. That listener sent them fixing questions. So far, they've released more than 80 episodes, and both say they've learned I really enjoyed meeting Dad had to make slime because there was no way he would make slide. If it wasn't for the podcast. He did not like slime at all. It may not have helped that it accidentally got squashed onto a chair Me and buy a new one. But then we need it and it was really fun. Soon Rawson will go back to school for more conventional in person learning, so she and Jeremy will only have time to produce one episode per week. And they're longer term plans are up in the air. Unfortunately, anything these days, But I'm rolling drinking my podcast. Next hope that will do it as long as possible. Our joke is that we're going to do the podcast until life gets back to normal or until we know everything, whichever comes first. At this pace. We might know everything. First. Jeremy Smith and his daughter Rossa, Their podcast is called. You must know everything. This is NPR news, and this is KQED.

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"jeremy smith" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy smith" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"Children with special needs and i wanted to chance to speak about the ways that you're sort of diversity. I what is available to individuals who are going out on newburgh returning from leave short. So i started off with a passion for stopping the leaky women's leadership pipeline and built a course based on my own experience returning to work after parental leave and after companies and employers started offering my program to their new moms. I pretty quickly. Maybe within the first year started getting requests from employers. That i offer something that's gender neutral and that you know they're particularly millennial dad's were interested in a like this as well and i said hey like the market is speaking and yes of course. You should have gender-neutral offerings. And yes of course. The dad should be navigating this yes. Of course you should be encouraging fathers to take leave as well because we know that that promotes greater gender equality. More or broadly. And so i started thinking about how i might expand to the dad's side and i reached out to a wonderful man named jeremy smith who was then at bank of america and had started a website himself just sort of his own passion project about taking paternity leave and we started talking and ultimately he and i collaborated on building out the dad version of mine for return and then maybe a year later i was featured on the side hustle. School podcast with chris gilo and someone a wonderful woman named mia garage from california reached out to me after hearing that podcast and said i love what you're doing you got something for moms. You got something for dads..

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"jeremy smith" Discussed on Pool Pro Podcast

Pool Pro Podcast

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy smith" Discussed on Pool Pro Podcast

"It's wrong. Attitude that needs to change I think anybody that feels that way really needs to listen to our podcast rethink. Is a problem that this industry. Is always going to have to battle, and we need to be a part of trying to solve it not. Under the rug patronage retirement. Liability perspective. They're worried that they. If they give them recommendation, somebody does drown. They think they're going to go back to the service. I am trying to hold them accountable. You know the information you provided is not your information. It's another organization first of all. It's not your information. You're providing to them. and so I feel like it's better to show that you actually gave them some information versus voiding it, and then someone drowns it can. You didn't properly inform us so I. think it's kind of a double edged sword on that one, but I feel like giving them more information is better than giving them no information. and. I really. An appreciation for the people that are involved in this and. Advocating. because. The either they've personally experienced this pain themselves. Or. They're involved. Through their involvement in it, they see first hand people. People's paying in in in what this? Yes, I usually a child. Around. something. Is The parent started foundation or will? Usually it's always the parents but men. You know you've got a team of people that have big hearts. Who Really WanNa help and care about that type of thing, so it's a great group. It's a great Group of people it's it's. It's a community that you WANNA be part of and there's lots of service. Guys who are leading this charge. Jeremy Smith was one of the guys that we interviewed. He's in Texas and he's being a leader in his community. He's also the now national drowning prevention lions board. YOU'VE GOT Steve Little here in Palm Desert area. He's also leading it. He's also got a water school. These are leaders that and that helps. You didn't build influence in your community as well if you're stepping out as a leader in this particular 'cause. It was A. That's. been involved with off and on. My career and I was really glad through this series to reconnect with it a little bit again. And then our last the one we just launched them. Last week was in guards to pull inspections and Lauren brooms. Florida who have known for quite some time she has has experienced with inspections, and so she talked about You know what to look for. And she also talked a lot lot about our deputy. Wise because she has some experience there as well so that's a great one listened to you to kind of reinforce. Especially, if you're doing so my public pools like apartment complexes, HOA's or anything like that. But it's also important for backyards. Just kind of she talked about what you should be looking for. especially if you're new, you're not certain what you should be looking for is probably a good podcast for you to listen to. Much in a few new You you have the problem of you don't know what you don't know. Walking by something and not have any clue. How dangerous it is so! It's really important that we continue our education. You don't just. You, know by small route and start cleaning pools and. It's. It's highly highly important that you continue to educate yourself that you learn more and more about how things work about other should word. Learn learn to identify. dangers and problems and Little by little your pickup on on the building codes in the things that. Are Extremely, important in terms of the safety of..

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"jeremy smith" Discussed on Surprisingly Brilliant

Surprisingly Brilliant

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy smith" Discussed on Surprisingly Brilliant

"Our expert producer. Was Emily Feld. Our editor was Jeremy Smith. Our studio engineer was Areola Markowitz. Our supervising producer was David. Swick produces out Brian Pentecostal Brett Kushner and Man. Gash hit a KHUDA. Finally another big. Thanks to our guest expert Molly Caldwell crosby and we really hope you tune in to the next episode. Thank you so much for listening. Here's something good is a new show from the Seneca Women podcast network and iheartradio each day. We aspire to bring the good news the silver lining the glass half full because there is good happening in the world everywhere everyday we just need to look for and share it. Here's something good is a short daily show that offers positive stories helpful suggestions and shared experiences to inform and inspire. You everyday. Listen to hear something. Good on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows subscribe now. I'm Jensen carpet. I want you to listen to the new podcast from Shreveport Fort Media. An iheartradio called the no sports report with Jensen cars. You see a comedy writer and a die hard sports fan who was terribly missing the athletes. I love so much so every episode. I'm talking to the best athletes coaches commentators and legends from around the world to see what they're doing now they were all stuck on our cap on this podcast. We'll hear all sports figures entertain themselves and their families. We'll find out if they're staying in shape if their kids are heckling during home school. Did they almost burn down the house trying to make their own bread? Are they sleeping in their jerseys and they do no just meet all right? Some of my favorite episodes have been hearing boxing. Legend Sugar Ray Leonard. Talk about staying in shape in a driveway working now. Tim is working out. Whatever you can do you feel much better or having Jay Williams. Explain his crazy. Nba cruise ship idea cruiseliner massive okay and getting Olympic Sweetheart Adam Rippon to critique my v that screams to me yeah. I don't care listening to the no sports report. Now and subscribe on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get podcast..

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"jeremy smith" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

12:41 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy smith" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Do you find more thrilling digital hacking or physical hacking? Also, maybe intellectually challenging well. I love physical hacking best. I mean, there's nothing like climbing things and having all of mitt is your jungle gym data those people who feeling throughout CDs as well. It can be dangerous if anybody watches this later, maybe don't try this at home there. There's risk, but yeah, it's really fun to just physically explore things that said it's been amazing to get to steal across the internet as well. You have the whole world at your fingertips. And so that's exciting too. Yeah. It's just fun. Hanging out with Alleyen, enter friends because you're going someplace, and you get to an obstacle. And then you're just in the next place. You're like what just happened? And it's like, oh, we went we went through the kitchen, and we went in the service elevator. And that's how we're on the fifth floor. That's how we that's how we cut the light of the party or. Here's the door and it's locked. But look there's an opening under it. I've just seen and it's just it's not even like doorknobs. It's like you guys. Don't even see doorknobs at this point. You know, you just like go under things around them over them. It's like every there's like that saying like, if you know to a hammer everything looks like a nail I think matab hacker everything looks like a door or a key. And that's cool to sort of see that inventiveness to and it really just changes how I say things and just going out that one night doing what you guys are doing every night. For a while. Or a lot of nights at MIT, it just radically changes your world because you're in buildings and places that you know, you're you're walking on those pipes to get to the next room. Or you're in the interstitial spaces that they call tombs often at MIT not to be too Morton, or you're on a ledge, and you're just looking down, and you have that penthouse view perspective, but in a much more perilous way, and it's exciting. It just feels like you can get anywhere do anything. And I that gave me that kind of analogous rush to what I assume is like when you. Own somebody or get into us new situation on the internet, Jeremy Smith in New York earlier this year, his book breaking and entering. He's joined on stage by the hacker known as alien. Yeah. You've made me miss the old days. I think the hardest part is becoming a grownup. And as you grow up, you gain these foundries that you didn't have didn't have when I was younger back, then I had nothing to lose. The now I have a business. I have kids I can't get arrested for walking around roof for if I fall, and I die. There's other people that will care. I mean, not that other people wouldn't have cared. But you know, when you're twenty you don't think about it as much so I think becoming a professional and suddenly having those boundaries. That are professional has is hard. I have a question for Jeremy, which is how has your behavior changed as a result of learning? You know, doing the research and learning how exposed we all are. Yeah. So the question was how is my behavior change from the research in the book, and it is I opening it's one thing to just know. We're also vulnerable. We're exposed. It's not thing. To sit next to somebody being like, here's how you get into an airline reservation system or or we're walking through something. And it's like there's the camera. They're there there. So if you go here, you'll miss the camera there or one of my favorite stories. It's really simple was a colleague of aliens that he was like one of my favorite things, you know, my favorite thing to steal was my specialty. And I was like what? And he was like shred bins. What do you mean, you know? And he's like think about it. They take all of their most important and secret documents, and they put them all in a box that has wheels. And he's like, I just they gathered all up for me. They go through. I don't have to go through their desks. I don't have to go through their jars they have specifically picked their most valuable insensitive permission, and they've put it into something and wheels. And then I just will it out. And I was like don't you ever get caught? He was like, well one time a guard stopped me. And I said where are you going with that? And I turned around and said what? And he goes I turned out and just froze. And he goes that belongs in the service elevator. So it certainly made me more wary of like shred day at the Bank where they're like just drop it in and every three months, we'll take it to get shredded. And and just all sorts of things like that. And you know, honestly warier of phone calls and emails because that's another big part of your business. These days is. And again, we know people are trying to scam us, but they kind of seem amateurish the emails, but then you see what a professional fishing operations looks like, and it's like a military missile strike, there's call scripts as prep sessions. There's a phone Bank. It's quite regimented. And it's quite successful often. And you see what the consequences can be and how quickly you can be owned. At the same time. You know, I've realized how positive hacking can be because you know, there's this sort of adage, which really did not resonate to me the first year even of reporting, which was just sort of like we improve security by testing it. And if you can open a lock, it's not a secure lock. And if you can convince someone to give you information over the phone, then they're not securely trained, you know, it just felt like they were taking advantage of honorable people. But then over time I've come to as I've gotten more used to it. I realized like that's important if these are the people safeguarding my Bank, if these are the people running my airline, if these are the people keeping my transportation system safe that's important. And then there's the consumer side. There's the privacy side, which is different conversation than security, and that's. That behavior has changed too. And I don't know. I mean hackers are just sort of like, professionally paranoid because they all can pack each other. And they know this they have they've seen too much. It's like cops are worried. Parents hackers. Are you know? So yeah. Like putting the sticker and stuff over the security camera on the camera on the phone putting passwords on stuff. Pretty good passwords unique passwords long passwords. Doing things like encrypting. No. Mean you wouldn't have any type a single word, you know, in any document before you were like you need to use this kind of description. So if your computer is ever taken, even if somebody took it out, they couldn't, you know. I mean, it's a standard operating practice that you like remove your. I mean for your staff on certain jobs, if they like remove their hard drives from their computers and put them in a separate safe. You know, on the way to dinner. You know, it's that level of security and. You know, what's changed? Some of my other habits too. I don't think this is addressed directly in the sort of Hackney work, you do but just how vulnerable we are how we just type in everything about our lives into Google or anywhere else. And it's there, and they're tracking it, and we know that and we kind of just let it go. And I just got more weirded out by that. And I did switch my default search engine to deco, and then I like Google if I don't get the answer I want, but it's sort of a choice. It's something that's more intentional because otherwise I'm just writing this information to a company that is amazing has brilliant people and is making things that really improve. My world bud scary to be so dependent on it and to be so vulnerable to it. If circumstances turned or they were compelled to give that information or their leadership change. So those are a few examples. Can we get the Mike back to the back? Alien. So. So what percentage of breaking into stuff is social engineering where you like. Like, you know, the Russians with Modesto. They tricked him to give him the password. Right. They spearfishing. I think right. Okay. Well, oh, yeah. They didn't use the Intel chip specter of owner ability and hack in to the memory banks, and the co- the memory and encrypted and all that. The district him to give him a password. Right. And this past is that Germany read you just got the guard to let you in places impenetrable. But they just let you went right Grasso. What percentage of hacking is social engineering versus like mission impossible. Lasers and whatever QNA from the powerhouse arena in New York. Jeremy Smith joined on stage by the hacker known as alien, well, the vast. Repeat that question. I think we start with John Podesta got hacked because of a phishing Email. And so the Clinton campaign's emails were leaked to the world, which had impact on world politics. Correct. And then the question is what percentage of hacks happen because of social engineering or phishing attacks like that as opposed to lasers and mission impossible, you go you go for fishing. I go for lasers mission impossible. I what's the percentage. What would he go for? I I kind of thing. Sure. I mean, we're we're doing a professional assessment. We don't always. In fact, we usually don't have the option of any tool available, usually we're we're supposed to either do social engineering or we look for vulnerabilities on a server or things like that. But typically win an organization is hacked an enormous percentage of the time it is because a failure of authentication. So authentication means how you verify a person's identity that was the case with a guard. He did not have a good process for verifying, my identity, or maybe he didn't follow that process. We have issues with fake ID cards, for example in the real world. And then on the internet. That's exactly the issue with fishing. A lot of times we think it's coming from the CEO or you think it's coming from your friend. And you think it's coming from a colleague, and so you click on that link, and if we had a good way to authenticate the center, we might not fall for it. The other thing is after John Podesta's password was stolen. Let's say or your passer, get stolen, then that's used to log into a system and so passwords inherently our this very popular, but also very weak method of security, so it all kind of fits together in that way. But I mean as a as a longtime security professional, I find it frustrating because the technologies we need to prevent the vast majority of hacking attacks exists, and they have existed for over twenty years strong methods to authenticate people crypt, trot, cryptography and your wealth Amelia with cryptography cryptographic methods. Roth indicating people using public key encryption that has existed for a long time, and that same technology can be used to encrypt emails, but it isn't. It's not something that we have deployed in our society very deliberately because if your emails were encrypted with strong security technology than businesses wouldn't be able to. Them. They wouldn't be able to monitor you. They wouldn't be able to sell things to you. And the government wouldn't be able to monitor you. So over the past two decades that has been systematically bypassed and dismantled. And so unfortunately that that is a choice. It's a choice that we have made as a society. It's you know, we talked about the balance of risks. Can that is I don't think it's a conscious decision at our population is made. But it is a decision has been made for us. And a lot of the insecurity that we see today is the result of choosing to not use all the tools that we have available. Don't let me forget because we have some really cool Hecker swag that. I wanna tell you about. But let's to another question or two. And then we'll get to that in signing, and we can have more informal conversations. Can we get our Mike to this gentleman over here?.

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"jeremy smith" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jeremy smith" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The previous year for giving up information on one hundred sixty three thousand people. In the stall alien unzipped her satchel and stuff the laptop in her case between the business cards and get out of jail free letter laptop was a little too big for the case. And she was very nervous. She told herself to calm down and succeeded in stretching the case over the laptop and zipping a closed. As was about to exit the stall Jere two women, enter the restroom one took the stall next to hers the other after toes waiting for alien or colleague to finish. And was anxious to leave, but she decided to wait it out. She was afraid that with everyone coming back from lunch. She'd be trapped here for a while. But both women were gone Mercifully soon. And she followed immediately. Subtitle to Jeremy Smith's book. The extraordinary story of the hacker known as alien alien walked to the elevator is confidently as she could smiling professionally at others as their paths crossed. Everyone else were a rigid badge with their name headshot and the castle logo clip to their shirt or waist band. So she's cheated those areas with a laptop case the elevator opened back in the lobby. Did you get it taken care of the security guard asked? Yeah. Thanks so much that alien giving them a thumbs up. She crossed the street open the car door and slip back inside. The Taurus not Richard said in a told you so tone. I did it alien said she's opened the case got a laptop what Richard eyebrows rose as he beheld her prize holy shit. He said. Thank.

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