Brazilian lawyers and human rights activists are calling on the International Criminal Court in The Hague to investigate President Bolsonaro for inciting crimes against humanity and the murder of 300 indigenous people of the South American country – to the petition
In spite of strong and widespread protests supported by the population the Canadian government is using the Covid-19 crises to ram through a fracking gas pipeline project. The construction work continues. Additionally they want to bail out fossil fuel infrastructure due to low oil prices at the cost of the public – support the Wet’suwet’en.
In Germany, a former employee of the law firm Shearman & Stirling, which invented the billion-dollar fraud with the cum-ex transactions, is to become president of the Federal Constitutional Court; incredible! – read more.
A federal court yesterday sided with the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, striking down permits for the Dakota Access Pipeline in the United States because of the risk of oil spills to vital water supplies. Activists are celebrating the win and pledging to continue resistance until the pipeline is finally shut down.
confinedrv now implements a feature desired since long by the community: confining access rights to drives which have numbers in their name like /dev/nvm0e1. That way you do not need to link that drive node to an artificial name without numbers. The documentation has also been updated in order to tell that even -ro mounts change the underlying partition if not confined and that you should not mount a partition twice.
͏a̅tea has been extended for SNI (Server Name Indication). This is necessary to download from sites like elstel.org where one server hosts different domains each with its own certificate. The scripts in /DANE/ have also been extended to support SNI.
Unfortunately someone has intruded into our email accounts and reset the password there so that we could no more access our own email accounts. Now this has happened for the second time. On 2020-02-12 we realized that the password for firstname.lastname@example.org had already been reset in the past, on 2020-03-16 the password for both accounts email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org had been reset. The support of our hoster, Dotplex refuses to investigate the issue. Up to now all emails had been forwarded to email@example.com, where secret services could read the emails. We assume that someone has intentionally broken our accounts to delete an unwanted email. If you have sent us an email but got no response up to now, please send us the email again, but only to firstname.lastname@example.org, the private email address of the author. email@example.com will stay the public address for emails to elstel.org. However this address will from now on be completely unshielded so that we can no more detect deleted emails.