Shawn over at MuckRock has gotten me hooked on researching ALPR usage in South Carolina. As the process has unfolded I’ve needed to submit FOIA requests to dozens of agencies, most of them small cities or county governments.
Over the last few years I’ve published about a dozen random datasets. They’ve all been posted on Socrata’s OpenData portal, which recently came to the absurd conclusion that making profile pages private was the best way to combat spam (and didn’t bother to tell anyone beforehand).
Transparency is so important in South Carolina that no one noticed their state-wide spending website hadn’t been updated since October…
Less than a year after the massive data breach at the South Carolina Department of Revenue revealed almost 4 million Social Security Numbers and over 3 million bank account numbers, the South Carolina Health Insurance Pool has begun notifying current and previous subscribers that their information has been leaked again.
In my guide on setting up Nginx I included tweaks for caching SSL sessions and limiting the ciphers that are accepted, but I didn’t cover how I actually store and manage SSL certificates or go into how you create the
pem files that Nginx uses.
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