What You Need to Know About DNS Flag Day

This blog was written by Michael Schneider, Lead Product Manger. The internet is built on Postel’s law, often referred to as the robustness principle: “Be conservative in what you do, be liberal in what you accept from others.” In the protocol world, this means that receivers will try to accept and interpret data that they receive […]

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Privacy gap for Canadian political parties; Ottawa unveils election cyber security strategy

With the country nine months away from a federal election, the privacy structure around Canadian political parties and how the government will monitor social media for possible manipulation of public opinion are in the spotlight: –Ottawa announced Wednesday the creation of the Security and Intelligence Threats to Elections (SITE) Task Force to prevent covert, clandestine, […]

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Multiple Background Clip

Today, I looked at a CodePen created by Ana Tudor. Chris Coyier included this pen in an article about the new CSS-tricks redesign to explain how they created a particular UI-element. What I thought was fascinating about the above element is that Ana used only a single HTML element to create it. <nav id=”css”></nav> I […]

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