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Is Canada Finally Taking Far-Right Extremism Seriously? (thetyee.ca)

In late summer 2023, the RCMP made headlines with the arrests of two men in Ottawa and Kingsey Falls, Quebec, on terrorism and hate propaganda charges. The arrests marked a significant victory in a three-year investigation by the Integrated National Security Enforcement Team targeting the neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division....

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Betteridge’s law of headlines: No. Canada is not taking far-right extremism seriously.

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we expect the owner of the other computer to be very competent

Why? If nothing else we have learned in the past 20 years that large operators are the ones MOST likely to get data leaked or stolen, literally every major platform has had at least one major cockup in that time. They are all motivated by profits first and security maybe third or lower.

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Oh boy, only 70,000 more to recover from 2023. I wish I could get in the news for doing 0.04% of my job.

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Most people do not know how to find or use communication platforms that at not operated by “the wealthy.” The platforms they DO know are also geared to keeping users angry and scared to drive up engagement and keep people from leaving.

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I would like to say I am glad I didn’t wear any, but I am not glad, I am itchy.

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Just a really wide angle.

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It’s huge, 4m on a side.

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It’s a Tensile Trillium. First time I’ve had it out of the bag.

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Which is why I am laying 4 feet off the ground instead of ON the ground. Also the giant hogweed.

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I am all for the frivolous, childish, and irresponsible use of the internet, but that community just seems like a shit magnet. The absolute best case scenario is that nothing happens, anything else will be worse, like Lemmy.ca becoming the hub for b-list celebrity hate-clubs.

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I’ve been using Linux as a desktop and server since 2015, before that I was Windows only from 1995. Regedit scares me.

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Short answer no, this country is run by banks, and oil. It will never do anything that is not in the interest of those two sectors.

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AI judges! As long as we are using “AI” to replace humans why not do it in a place where we are already short staffed?

spoilerNot to mention I think I could prompt my way out of at least a speeding ticket.

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We’re going to reform the voting process! Wait, we won? Never mind the process works great!

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Could take back the 18B of tax credits, interest free loans and grants given to the oil and gas sector last year?

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I know, but it has randomness :/ I’d have to hard code some kind of looping pseudo-randomness to make a perfect gif.

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It’s a standalone Processin.org program but it is really inefficient. It needs to be dont with the gpu or multi-threaded on the CPU before I would leave it running for hours on end >_<

github.com/nik282000/waves/blob/main/waves.pde

An oligopoly is driving up grocery prices. What can we do? (www.nationalobserver.com)

In 2023, a shocking one out of every five people in Canada were food insecure — defined as having a lack of access to food, or concern over lack of food access. Severe food insecurity — when people miss meals and sometimes go days without food — rose by 50 per cent....

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Which of Canada’s two and a half parties actually will DO these things?

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I love all the old stuff that was on kids television in the 90s, but one of the NFBs more recent projects really suck out to me. Carts of Darkness.

Murray Siple’s feature-length documentary follows a group of homeless men who have combined bottle picking with the extreme sport of racing shopping carts down the steep hills of North Vancouver. This subculture shows that street life is much more than the stereotypes portrayed in mainstream media.

The film takes a deep look into the lives of the men who race carts, the adversity they face and the appeal of cart racing despite the risk. Shot in high-definition and featuring tracks from Black Mountain, Ladyhawk, Vetiver, Bison, and Alan Boyd of Little Sparta.

www.nfb.ca/film/carts_of_darkness/

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It’s almost like none of the parities in Canada actually represent the wants and needs of Canadians!

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Bold to assume that current 350 owners can afford their 350s.

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DS13320

If it looks like it’s never been wet plug it into a power bar so you can flip it off if anything goes ‘wrong’. If you aren’t sure it’s totally dry a day in a warm room wont hurt it (I left mine in the garage for a week but mostly out of apathy).

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