#AxisOfEasy 304: Revolutionizing National Security: Army’s Social Media Surveillance Tech

by on June 27, 2023

Weekly Axis Of Easy #304

Last Week’s Quote was “Success is getting what you want. Happiness is wanting what you get,” was by Dale Carnegie.  Our winner is Tony.  Well done and congrats 🙂 

This Week’s Quote:  “Give me self-control, but not now.” By ???

THE RULES:  No searching up the answer, must be posted at the bottom of this post, in the comments section.

The Prize: First person to post the correct answer gets their next domain or hosting renewal on us.

This is your easyDNS #AxisOfEasy Briefing for the week of June 26th, 2023 our Technology Correspondent Joann L Barnes and easyCEO Mark E. Jeftovic send out a short briefing on the state of the ‘net and how it affects your business, security and privacy.
For more commentary and insight into last week’s top issues, tune in to Joey Tweets, and Len the Legend for the AxisOfEasy the podcast edition.

Starting next week, #AxisofEasy will be released on Fridays to coincide with the podcast.

In this issue:
  • Revolutionizing National Security: Army’s Social Media Surveillance Tech
  • The Fediverse’s Anti-Meta Stance: Openness or Insularity?
  • Google Warns Employees Against Entering Confidential Data into AI Chatbots as it Rolls Out New Bard Chatbot Across the World
  • Unveiling the FBI’s Use of Stingray Technology: Implications for Privacy and Civil Liberties
  • Group-IB Cybersecurity Researchers Discover 100,000 Hacked ChatGPT Accounts from India, Pakistan, and Brazil

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5 responses to “#AxisOfEasy 304: Revolutionizing National Security: Army’s Social Media Surveillance Tech”

  1. Lee Kidd says:

    Augustine (saint)

  2. Mark Fenwick says:

    The quote is St Augustine, maybe?

  3. Quote is from St. Augustine.

  4. Michael Denny says:

    I believe the quote is “Please make me chaste, but not right now”.

  5. Piers Steel says:

    I remember it as “dear lord make me chaste, just not today.” Sounds like a corruption. Saint Augustine was apparently quit the player before become celibate.

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