Happy Tuesday, kittens, and welcome to your favoritest link roundup of the day! We’ve been a little heavy on the war and a little light on the cyber lately, but we’re going to be very firm with ourselves from now on and try to be a bit more selective. Besides, I always think shorter lists will save me time. Ha! I know, I kill myself. Didn’t we have a 10,000 word piece in there yesterday?
And don’t miss the features we’ve been doing lately. It must be said, we are somewhat on fire recently, thanks to contributions from Curt Hopkins, Heather Marsh, and AnonyOdinn. Another such contribution is coming up in two short hours, so check back frequently, kittens. Those FP subscriptions don’t pay for themselves ya know.
Bitcoin Rises on the Death of Empire (BitcoinNotBombs)
Mapping the Million Mask March (Facebook)
Swedish hunt for Russian submarine sparked by interception of encrypted message, newspaper claims (NationalPost)
Nat’l Weather Service Employee Arrested for Accessing Restricted Files (TheVane)
These Are the Threats People Around the World Worry About the Most (DefenseOne)
Facebook to Feds: Stop Impersonating Our Users (NationalJournal)
To Siri, With Love: How One Boy With Autism Became BFF With Apple’s Siri (NYT)
China says it’s hard to resume cyber security talks with U.S.. US’s response presumably unprintable (Reuters)
Jenny Holtzer’s self-portrait is a snapshot of the National Security Archive (NYT)
Beware of Ebola-themed phishing, malware campaigns and hoaxes (HelpNetSecurity)
If computers think for themselves, should they have human rights? (MIT)
Australian spookhaus busted for warrantless tap of own phones (TheRegister)
Those “boots on the ground” may not meet military specs (ArmyTimes)
U.S. Won’t Surrender Marine Charged With Murder in Philippines (WSJ)
United States accused of misleading British minister over treatment of Shaker Aamer in Guantánamo Bay: Charity claims British resident cleared for release is being beaten by guards before force-feeding (Guardian)
Illegal copying has always sparked jobs, prosperity (TorrentFreak)
Adorably Anachronistic Sound Effect Heralds Demise Of Anachronistic Trading Technology (Dealbreaker)
ISIS rapes and enslaves women. So why are so many joining the cause? (Vox)
Monica Lewinsky Joins Twitter to Fight Harassment, Gets Harassed (TNR)
Staples loosened, your credit card data fell out (Krebs)
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she was a speaker at some Top 30 Under 30 conference and I’m like what? She’s 41.