On the first day of the note appeared: “Birds aren’t real” that birds are not real, they proclaimed a warning that it was, in fact, government surveillance drone, and you should finally Wake up. In a time in which people your view of the world from Chemtrails, healing sugar beads and other little evidence-based build conspiracy myths, one can be relieved that the bird conspiracy is really just a parody. Because the paper is hung in the Leipzig exhibition halls, where between Christmas and new year the 35. Congress of the Chaos Computer Club, a short-35C3 took place. And there is hardly a group of people that is so resistant to conspiracy theories and esoteric bullshit, as the visitors of the Congress.

Andrea servant,

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“Refreshing Memories” was the Motto with which the year of the past should be remembered, “as we celebrate in scary times of science and Truth, xenophobia and populism is a culture of openness to the world and the facts,” said the organizer. Long ago, the four days to Meet, the numerous scientific, political and social themes expressed.

of Course, Surveillance and privacy are still the core competence of the Chaos Computer Club (CCC), which is why it was learned, among other things, New about the security of the electronic health record, with the help of the doctor and the Patient soon x-ray images and recipes via a Smartphone App to replace it, also diagnoses and other sensitive data will be stored. Maybe this is in the current stage of development, not a good idea, the Darmstadt-based data security expert Martin Tschirsich to bear in mind. He examined the E-Health application Vivy and came across barn door large security gaps that could improve the developer only partially. But also the products of the competitors are, unfortunately, fraught with the consistently error.

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know Difficult it is always, when politicians get to decide about things of their life world, such as the Internet. The AfD, for example, find it difficult to find their own power-political points of view, stated Miriam Seyffarth, an associate of the green an expert on Internet policy, Tabea Rössner. In the Committee “Digital Agenda” watching them the most in comparison to their colleagues in the Parliament rather moderate, occurring in representatives of the right wing. They sought, above all, a national, eurosceptic attitude and advocated the greatest possible freedom when it is served to your program. Often, they joined the majority. A few days ago, however, one of the network experts, Uwe Kamann resigned from the party. Whether he will be replaced by a representative of the does its work less constructively, you have to wait and see.

In Austria, the year of the black-blue government with the FPÖ, which has rejected the security package of the Conservatives so far, is in favour of it suddenly. A Federal Trojan, increased video surveillance in public space, a car license plate detection, data retention, limitation of the secrecy of correspondence, and the registration duty for value of cards, which means that you can no longer purchase its Sim cards as easy as in the past, in the supermarket at the checkout. In the case of many politicians, two representatives of the NGO Epicenter, which is committed to data security, report of the technical knowledge is lacking, and the understanding of the risks of its measures to properly assess. Transport and technology Minister Norbert Hofer (FPÖ), for instance, stated succinctly: “If I get hacked, I hacked.”