On a botched Dengue Fever vaccine, that actually _increased_ your risk of hospitalization/death by about 45% if you hadn't contracted Dengue Fever before.
The craziest thing is this _was_ known, but the WHO recommended all children be given the vaccine anyway, regardless of infection status.
"'No, you can't give a vaccine to a perfectly normal, healthy person and then put them at an increased risk for the rest of their lives' Halstead says. "You can't do that.""
Is this the real Bruce Schneider?
Applied cryptography book sales must be going really bad for him to branch out into FUDporn fanfic writing.
Jeeeez you can't unread this trash.
I really expected more from an old school cypherpunk
if you need a secure and private email, why not take a look at CTemplar: Armored Email? It will keep your online identity and private data away from tracking.
Me: goes to coffee shop, not wearing a muzzle and stands in queue until my turn
Waiter: "I cant take your order unless you're wearing a mask "
Me: open up my jacket, find my old mask, put it on. " Good now? "
Waiter:"yes, what would you like? "
Me: pays, walks to the other side of the counter to get the coffee and takes off the mask ( how are you supposed to drink with a muzzle?)
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Amazing how sneaky these, become. Worst is trying to solve the problem at the wrong level. Google and Apple will not solve this. They will migrate it to their solution where they themselves own the data. They always conflate user privacy with connection (between them and you) privacy.
The real solution is to stop doing business with companies that use that and block shit on the DNS level(with pi-hole for example), not browser
What could possibly go wrong in telling people to ONLY open the link in the email? I wonder.... 🤦
Stay safe, even if you can see the URL, never click the links on an email like that. Use your bookmarks, puny code is a real issue and making people rely on their eyes to see things even the sharpest eyes won't is foolish
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