Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Link roundup

1. "Russian Wikipedia on Friday said it had indefinitely suspended an editor who organized a meeting with Russian authorities to agree to closer cooperation on 'socially sensitive' entries."

2. "14 Percent of Los Angeles County Land is Dedicated to Parking"

3. "Less than a day after Motherboard revealed that the hacker who breached the company also obtained thousands of pictures of children and parents, as well as a year’s worth of chat logs, VTech revealed that the breach affected more than 6 million children and not just 200,000."

4. Injection by Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey is great and currently 99 cents an issue at Amazon.