Can university vpn see the websites i visit?

It depends on whether or not the connection to the VPN is a split tunnel connection.

If it’s a split tunnel connection, then only connections to hosts that are on the same internal network as the VPN end point are routed through the VPN. All of your other connections (e.g. to public websites such as Google, StackExchange, etc.) are not routed through the VPN. In this case, the operator of the VPN (your university in this case) would only be able to see the hosts that you are connecting to which are on the same internal network as the VPN, and would not be able to see the hosts that you are connecting to which are not on the same internal network as the VPN.

If it’s not a split tunnel connection, then all of your connections are routed through the VPN. Therefore, the operator of the VPN would be able to see all of the hosts you are connecting to while you are using the VPN.

A simple way to test whether or not it’s split tunnel connection is to do the following: 1) With the VPN deactivated, point your web browser to www.whatismyip.com, and note the address that the site sees you connecting from. 2) Activate the VPN, then point your browser again to www.whatismyip.com, and note the IP address that the site sees you connecting from. If the IP address is the same in both cases, then it’s not a split tunnel connection. If the IP address in (2) above is not the same as the IP address in (1) above (i.e. the IP address in (2) above is an IP address assigned to you by the VPN), then it’s a split tunnel connection.

Notwithstanding all of the above – if your connection is routed through the VPN, and you connect to a site using HTTPS then (barring a MITM or similar type of attack), the operator of the VPN would be able to see which sites your are connecting to, but would not be able to see the information transferred back and forth between you and the sites that you visit.

covid 19 – Is it possible to request the right to study a university course while one is on seemingly endless coronavirus immigration bail on the UK?

The way things are going it seems that my bail is just going to be endlessly extended as coronavirus measures are becoming more and more intense.

Without receiving leave to remain or a visa which I may be ineligible for, would it be possible to request from the home office permission to study a university course while here on immigration bail?

I have only been able to find in my online searches materials regarding children studying primary and secondary school, and basic English language classes for non native English speakers.

If so, then how does one go about submitting such a request?

bitcoincore development – Confirm Licenses for Bitcoin Core for new book by Oxford University Press

I hope that I can get you or someone else familiar with the licensing of Bitcoin Core to assist me. You can reach me at mark.radcliffe@dlapiper.com

I am writing a chapter in a book entitled on Free and Open Source Licensing by the Oxford University Press. I am writing a chapter on blockchain and open source. The audience is lawyers who are familiar with open source but not blockchain. I am seeking a review of two pages on Bitcoin (including Bitcoin Core) on open source to ensure that it is as accurate as possible. You can see the two pages below. I am using a scan by BlackDuck of the relevant repository so I am comfortable with the list of licenses but I am interested in any additional information you can provide on the background of the clients, the selection of the license and how the contributions are managed to ensure that they have licenses compatible with the “Project License” of MIT. Please feel free to propose changes to the draft. OUP is hoping to get the draft next week and I hope to get your comments early next week.

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Bitcoin is the first blockchain and is based on the Bitcoin Whitepaper by Satoshi Nakamoto (who is still unknown) which was published in 2008. The original Bitcoin client was released on January 9, 2009. This history of Bitcoin and its clients is complex and opaque. Bitcoin.org lists 54 Bitcoin clients. The chapter will review two of the more commonly used clients.

Bitcoin Core was initially named Bitcoin-Qt. It was the third Bitcoin client and developed by Wladimir van der Laan based on the original reference code by Satoshi Nakamoto. Bitcoin-Qt version 0.5.0 was released on 1 November 2011. Bitcoin-Qt introduced a front end that uses the Qt user interface toolkit.
Bitcoin SV (Satoshi’s Vision) is a fork of Bitcoin Cash client. Bitcoin Cash was released on August 1, 2017 as part of the “bitcoin scalability debate.” The hard fork of Bitcoin Cash resulted in two competing coins – Bitcoin ABC (Adjustable Blocksize Cap) and Bitcoin SV. The fork was due to a disagreement over how to best solve the problem of “scalability” in the Bitcoin blockchain. Bitcoin SV was led by Craig Wright who claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto, the original developer of Bitcoin.

BITCOIN CLIENT LICENSE ANALYSIS

Bitcoin Core Client

The scan of the Bitcoin Core client is for Version 0.19.0.1. and was performed on September 4, 2020. The project license is MIT. The project includes 83% third party open source software. The project has 30,390 files of which 25.194 files include third party open-source software. These third party open source files have 76 different third party open source components under 29 different open source licenses. BlackDuck noted that 16% of the components are licensed under licenses which could potentially cause conflicts. Under the BlackDuck analysis, three files (within one component) have a “broader reach” license conflict and no files have a “narrower reach” license conflict. The Bitcoin Core client has 1009 files within eleven components have potential component conflicts. The licenses for the project include many traditional open source licenses including many copyleft licenses such as General Public License version 2 (or later) (“GPLv2+”), General Public License version 3 (or later) (“GPLv3+”), Affero General Public License version 3, Lesser General Public License version 2.1 (or later) and Lesser General Public License version 3 (or later) as well as many permissive licenses. However, it includes some unusual licenses such as License for AMD64 Patch by Mikhail Teterin which provides a license under BSD but prohibits “Use by owners of Che Guevarra paraphernalia” where possible.

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What do you think of the decision made by the University of California regents to endorse repealing proposition 209?

I can’t convince you that you are wrong, because you are entirely right. 

And the proof that you are right is seen in Asians.  It was not always the case that Asians in the US made more money on average than white people, but now that is the case.  It is the case because all of the “systemic racism” has been eliminated within the laws.  While admittedly, some people are racist, the laws are not.

Even the left talks about residual effect of Jim Crow and slavery. That is a socio-economic problem. That is a problem of our schools not properly preparing the poor children. 

And the policies that are being proposed by the leftists are EXTREMELY racist and not to just white people like myself.  It more disproportionately hits the Asian community that currently need to score 60 point more than white students on the SAT to get into college and 260 more than a black student. 

And worst of all, all of these changes are detrimental, not beneficial.  If a Black student scoring 200 points less than a white student goes to the same college, do people think that the clear 200 point advantage in preparedness for college instantaneously goes away?  This is why the drop-out rate for black students is so high. So now they spent a boat-load of money for no degree and this is helping the black community?

Oh and proof as to how there is no systemic racism, …. ask them what injustices they wish to fix.  You will note that they have no answer for this, only results. For example, they can’t point to this law or that law only the results.  Well the results are obvious for ALL poor people and are bad for all poor people.  This is not a race issue.   

information architecture – UX Approaches to Competitive Analysis for a University Branding/Communications Toolkit Website?

I’m being asked to do a “competitive analysis” for a university website that has communications and brand guidelines/resources. This is meant at as a solo project done in a few days, I don’t have many resources at hand at the moment so user testing is out of the question.

The request was very broad and I was thinking of comparing our toolkit against other university’s brand toolkits. Taking an initial look, the information architecture & site map could use some work…

What are some UX approaches/considerations I should take into account when reviewing our website and comparing it against other universities?

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