Obfuscation
Obfuscation is the obscuring of intended meaning in communication, making the message confusing, willfully ambiguous, or harder to understand. It may be intentional or unintentional (although the form...
YouTube mistakenly shuts down conservative channels, videos
Kairos CEO Ankur Jain on the European Union issuing strict guidelines for tech companies' handling of terror content and how Rhino helps renters avoid security deposits.
Report: Facebook Has “An Army Of Filipinos” Policing Offensive Content For £1.81/hr – MILO NEWS
He searches the world for the cheapest labor possible and than wants the government to pay a minimum income. The hypocracy is astounding.
Under Cover Of Christmas, Obama Establishes Controversial Anti-Propaganda Agency
In the final hours before the Christmas holiday weekend, U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday quietly signed the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) into law—and buried within the $619 bil...
Facebook Slammed For Deleting Iconic Vietnam War Photo
Mark Zuckerberg is coming under criticism after Facebook censored one of the most famous war photographs in history.
Iran Bans Pokemon Go Over 'Security Concerns'
Iran has become the first country to officially ban Pokemon Go, with authorities citing “security concerns” as the reason for their decision. The Iranian High Council of Virtual Spaces, an official bo...
‘Drastic decline’ in press freedom across the globe
Information wars in conflict zones, reprisals against journalists by terrorist groups like the Islamic State and censorship on religious grounds contributed to a “drastic decline” in press freedom in ...
Censorship
Censorship is the suppression of speech, public communication or other information which may be considered objectionable, harmful, sensitive, politically incorrect or inconvenient as determined by gov...
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Code names
A code name or cryptonym is a word or name used, sometimes clandestinely, to refer to another name, word, project or person. Code names are often used for military purposes, or in espionage. They may ...
Cognitive dissonance
In psychology, cognitive dissonance is the mental stress or discomfort experienced by an individual who holds two or more contradictory beliefs, ideas, or values at the same time, or is confronted by ...
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Denialism
In human behavior, denialism is exhibited by individuals choosing to deny reality as a way to avoid dealing with an uncomfortable truth. Author Paul O'Shea remarks, "[It] is the refusal to accept an e...
International Obfuscated C Code Contest
The International Obfuscated C Code Contest (abbreviated IOCCC) is a computer programming contest for the most creatively obfuscated C code. Held annually between 1984 and 1996, and thereafter in 1998...
Jscrambler
JScrambler is an online JavaScript obfuscator and code optimization tool available as a Web application and Web API. First release was in 2010 by Auditmark, a startup based on a Portuguese business i...
Non-apology apology
A non-apology apology is a statement that has the form of an apology but does not express the expected contrition. It is common in both politics and public relations. It most commonly entails the spea...
SaypU
SaypU or SaypYu (/saɪpjuː/ sy-pew) is an acronym for "Spell As You Pronounce Universally" (in SaypU Spel az Yu Prɘnawns Yunivɘɘrsɘlli) is an approximative phonetic alphabet of 24 alphabet letters to s...
Pig Latin
Pig Latin is a constructed language game in which words in English are altered according to a simple set of rules. The objective is to conceal the meaning of the words from others not familiar with t...
USAF/DoD reporting names
Before the NATO ASCC reporting names became widely used, the USAF and United States Department of Defense applied their own system of allocating code names on newly discovered Soviet aircraft. Each it...
B1ff
BIFF, later sometimes B1FF, was a pseudonym on, and the prototypical newbie of, Usenet. BIFF was created as and taken up as a satire of a partly amusing, partly annoying, mostly unwelcome intrusion i...
Kazimierz Brodziński
Kazimierz Brodziński (8 March 1791 in Królówka – 10 October 1835 in Dresden) was an important Polish Romantic poet.
He was born in Królówka near Bochnia. He came from the low nobility. He was a st...
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Charles Brifaut
Charles Brifaut (15 February 1781, Dijon - 5 June 1857, Paris) was a French poet, journalist, publicist and playwright.
A liberal royalist, Brifaut edited the Gazette de France and attended the sa...
Quinqui jargon
Quinqui jargon is associated with quincalleros (tinkers), a semi-nomadic group who live mainly in the northern half of Spain. They prefer to be called mercheros. They are reduced in number and possibl...
Runtime Intelligence Service
Runtime Intelligence Service is an application instrumentation and analysis solution created and marketed by the software company PreEmptive Solutions. Runtime Intelligence data is obtained by instrum...
Germanía
Germanía is the Spanish term for the argot used by criminals or in jails in Spain during 15th and 16th centuries. Its purpose is to keep outsiders out of the conversation. The ultimate origin of the w...
Triplex (espionage)
Triplex or XXX was the code name of a British espionage operation in World War II which involved secretly copying the contents of diplomatic pouches of neutral countries. Due to travel security restri...
Gyaru-moji
Gyaru-moji (ギャル文字, "gal's alphabet") or Heta-moji (下手文字, "poor handwriting"), is a style of obfuscated (cant) Japanese writing popular amongst urban Japanese youth. Like the English phenomeno...
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Double standard
A double standard is the application of different sets of principles for similar situations. A double standard may take the form of an instance in which certain concepts (often, for example, a word, p...