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Huge props to this girl, who made this badass thing herself.
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6 weeks ago by idil
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Huge props to this girl, who made this badass thing herself.
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6 weeks ago by aviflax
Don't Change a Hair For Me - maxette - Talented Mr Ripley (1999) [Archive of Our Own]
"He stops at the top of the stairs and feels Peter’s gaze snap to him, feels it rake over him from head to toe and back up again, his smile widening to something even warmer than what he was tossing around the room before, easy as rice at a wedding."
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july 2018 by verdaille
Uber’s secret tool for keeping the cops in the dark • Bloomberg
Olivia Zaleski and Eric Newcomer:
<p>In May 2015 about 10 investigators for the Quebec tax authority burst into Uber Technologies Inc.’s office in Montreal. The authorities believed Uber had violated tax laws and had a warrant to collect evidence. Managers on-site knew what to do, say people with knowledge of the event.

Like managers at Uber’s hundreds of offices abroad, they’d been trained to page a number that alerted specially trained staff at company headquarters in San Francisco. When the call came in, staffers quickly remotely logged off every computer in the Montreal office, making it practically impossible for the authorities to retrieve the company records they’d obtained a warrant to collect. The investigators left without any evidence.

Most tech companies don’t expect police to regularly raid their offices, but Uber isn’t most companies.</p>


The tool is called Ripley:
<p>From spring 2015 until late 2016, Uber routinely used Ripley to thwart police raids in foreign countries, say three people with knowledge of the system. Allusions to its nature can be found in a smattering of court filings, but its details, scope, and origin haven’t been previously reported.

The Uber HQ team overseeing Ripley could remotely change passwords and otherwise lock up data on company-owned smartphones, laptops, and desktops as well as shut down the devices. This routine was initially called the unexpected visitor protocol.</p>


In <a href="https://twitter.com/matthewstoller/status/951491737540808704">the words of Matt Stoller</a>: "Uber often looks like a criminal conspiracy that happens to run a ride-sharing service."
uber  legal  ripley 
january 2018 by charlesarthur
Uber evidence destruction tool
Ripley, an entire product built to hide evidence from law enforcement
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january 2018 by nelson
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Less than 24 hours now until Michaelmas Market, and on today's menu are and…
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november 2016 by CraigCamp
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A quick color improvement on this old piece
Ripley  Aliens  pixelart  from twitter_favs
may 2016 by archenemy

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