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Cloudflare, a company that offers security and performance optimisation to its clients, has protected the neo-Nazi website for years.

” A small giggle, a sound too close to the edge of hysteria. Still, I’m equal parts surprised, bemused, and gratified that it got through. * “I’ll bring the smokes, you bring the beer, I think I’ll wait another year.” —Amanda Palmer The second City is Lviv, in Ukraine, and holy shit did that implode suddenly.

Whatever it’s turned into by now.” As if this was any kind of news. It’s not so much cheer-leading as commentary— which is, after all, presumably what this whole SF Advisory board thing is all about.

” Five of us on deck for the build, and I have to be the one at her side when she loses it. Ninety-five percent of the time the gate just sits there.” “As if that’s any better.” She spread her hands, a paradoxical gesture of defeat and defiance. ” “You know as well as I do.” “Furthering the Human Empire. I may be the first one to wrap all those elements into a project explicitly designed to be Hopeful and Upbeat About the Future and hopeful, ultimately. Of all the 14C stories I’ve read so far (and I haven’t read all of them), “Incorruptible” is the only one which explicitly grapples with an inherent shortcoming of the X-Prize paradigm itself, and suggests a possible (albeit SFnal) fix.

I’m probably not even the first person to write a story advocating a sort of Final Solution for the One Percent.

Because Cloudflare isn't a host of its content, the company has argued that it has no control over what gets posted on sites it protects.

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