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It looks like, following my article https://joinup.ec.europa.eu/news/cloudy-risks-gdpr, something is moving in the right direction:
#Microsoft is being investigated by the European Data Protection Supervisor:
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I was looking into smart locks this week. What I find out really scared me. One company was gathering following info:
Type of intercom, intercom bell signal, intercom buzzer signal, every entrance attempt (successful and unsuccessful) and who tried to enter if available.
First name, last name, e-mail address, address and password, telephone number, credit card information, IMEI code of the mobile phone, mobile phone version and version of operating system of the mobile phone.
Dal sito https://programminghistorian.org/ ho ripreso e tradotto l’articolo
Sustainable Authorship in Plain Text using #Pandoc and #Markdown. Presenta un modello di #scrittura "sostenibile" che usa il plain text e strumenti da riga di comando (#Pandoc e un briciolo di #Latex) Mi è sembrato molto interessante. La versione italiana si può leggere qui: https://frama.link/8ax800Fc
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Get help from experienced C++ developers and expand your knowledge! Join our workshop tomorrow (9 May), covering binary trees: https://blog.documentfoundation.org/blog/2019/05/08/next-c-workshop-binary-trees-9-may-at-1800-utc/
If you're on Mastodon and know the web address of someone on the Fediverse, you can use this to follow them.
1. Copy their profile's web address into the Mastodon search box (see screenshots).
2. Click search, this should bring up a link to the profile and a follow button next to it.
3. Click follow!
This works with many kinds of Fediverse addresses including PixelFed, PeerTube and others. Try it!
You can also use this technique with web addresses of individual posts.
Security is difficult and expensive. Even global players like Mozilla can't handle it without some occasional issues.
Now think about ordinary user in random country. How can we make it easier for them?
I wonder if there is some resource, describing all the previous sec. issues, which can be used for learning and proactively improving ecosystem the similar way it works with airline industry.
Improving support for adult content on Mastodon: Introducing Blurhash in Mastodon 2.8.1
DuckDuckGo announcing draft legislation "Do-Not-Track Act of 2019" and, if it were to be enacted, would require sites to respect the Do Not Track browser setting in this manner:
No third-party tracking by default.
No first-party tracking outside what the user expects.
Responding to complaints that the country is two shades too quiet, Luxembourg officials have announced a plan to import up to 500 anarchist street punks with the aim of shaking things up.
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