An article on the potential consequences of the Let's Encrypt root certificate expiring given the amount of places that rely on it.
For reference, last September 9 Let's Encrypt said: “We have reached 2 billion certificates issued!”. My website is one among them.
As the article highlights, the problem is not on the websites that use Let's Encrypt necessarily, it has more to do with the fact that root certificates are trusted by devices (e.g. web browsers) and when they are not timely updated things break.
An article exploring the implications of using WebAssembly for functions at the CDN level.
A report proposing a “framework for participatory data stewardship”, which rejects practices of data collection, storage, sharing and use in ways that are opaque or seek to manipulate people, in favour of practices that empower people to help inform, shape and – in some instances – govern their own data.
An article exposing the bizarre world of timezones and its disease, the daylight saving.