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 image by WrighTek Solutions (@wrighteksolutions) with caption : "Two dozen cities and counties filed lawsuits last week against the Federal Communications Commission over recently enact" - 1917327791880305918
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Two dozen cities and counties filed lawsuits last week against the Federal Communications Commission over recently enacted rules governing the implementation of 5G wireless equipment. In filing their suits, the local governments made good on threats to challenge regulations that restrict how much phone companies have to pay to install new antennas on public property, as well as how much time municipal authorities have to review applications to deploy the devices. __ San Jose is the lead plaintiff in one of the new cases filed, joined by the city and county of Los Angeles; Las Vegas; Portland, Oregon; and 16 other cities in California, Washington and Arizona. The other suits were brought by Seattle, joined by surrounding King County and neighboring Tacoma, Washington, and Huntington Beach, California. __ Read more: statescoopdotcom . . . #encryption

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from @keystrokekinginc - Judith [Jude] Milhon (March 12, 1939 – July 19, 2003), in Washington D.C.  best known by her pseudonym St. Jude, was a hacker and author. Milhon taught herself programming in 1967 and landed her first job at the Horn and Hardart company of New York before she moved away to California to join the counter culture movement. Among the projects she contributed to were the Berkeley Software Distribution operating system and the Community Memory . She was a member of Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility, and the author of several books. She was a senior editor at the magazine Mondo 2000 and frequent contributor to Boing Boing. St Jude had her hand in many different causes. She was active in the 1960s Civil Rights Movement helping to organize the march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama. Dedicated to protest, Milhon was also jailed for civil disobedience in Jackson, Mississippi. Activism within the cyber community was important to Milhon as well. She frequently urged women toward the internet and hacking while encouraging them to have "tough skin" in the face of harassment. The creation of cypherpunks was also part of her politic: the goals of privacy through encryption. #encryption -