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Joined 10M ago
Cake day: Jan 17, 2022


interop with other fediverse platforms
If I understand correctly, users of other fediverse things like Mastodon can follow lemmy communities (and users?) but the reverse is not currently possible. Would it not make sense for lemmy users to be able to subscribe to a hashtag or user on a mastodon instance?

This story really does not belong here in the “ukraine_war_news” community.

The only connection to the war is that they’re originally from Ukraine (but have been in the US for six years) and that someone apparently made a petition supporting them which incorrectly suggests that they could possibly be deported to Ukraine during the war. (By my understanding of US law, they will not in fact be deported until after serving their sentence in the US if they are convicted.)

* [Live tweet coverage of his sentencing today](https://nitter.net/innercitypress/status/1513895748114468865) * [Pyongyang Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Conference](https://web.archive.org/web/20190130123216/http://www.korea-dpr.info/dprk-blockchain-conference-2019.html), the conference where he spoke * [Wikipedia: Virgil Griffith](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virgil_Griffith)

feature request: it should be possible to flag a community
related: there is presently spam under "trending communities".

Mushrooms communicate with each other using up to 50 ‘words’, scientist claims
via [mefi](https://www.metafilter.com/194941/Not-what-I-usually-associate-with-talking-mushrooms)

I suggest reading Stephen Jay Gould’s The Mismeasure of Man, or at least the very brief summary of it here. See also this.

anonbib: Anonymity Bibliography - Selected Papers in Anonymity
Maintained by Dingledine, Mathewson, et al in [this git repo](https://gitweb.torproject.org/anonbib.git)

Trawling for Tor Hidden Services: Detection, Measurement, Deanonymization (2013)
Some of these issues are solved (and others mitgated) by the v3 *onion services* used today, as they are now officially called instead of *hidden services*, but they remain not-hard-enough to deanonymize. TLDR: if the stakes are high, **do not rely** on Tor onion services alone to hide the location of a service!

Untraceable Electronic Mail, Return Addresses, and Digital Pseudonyms (Chaum 1979)
This is the 1979 version of Chaum's original mixnet paper; an [updated version was published by ACM in 1981](https://nakamotoinstitute.org/static/docs/untraceable-electronic-mail.pdf).