I added apk download links to the Cliqz Concept Browser readme. Get yourself an android browser that can load dat:// URLs.
The Feitian MultiPass FIDO recall highlights the need to use multiple security keys from different vendors.
How quickly do Firefox derived browsers receive security updates? A quick case study of the recent two Firefox zero-days and Pale Moon, Cliqz, Tor Browser, and Waterfox.
@sam Does Cliqz not have an email address for reporting security issues? I can’t find one the website.
Semi-progressive JPEGs make a meaningful impact on perceived website loading performance. 🏎️
“It turns out, having the world’s biggest advertising company make the most popular Web browser was about as smart as letting kids run a candy shop.”
"News articles" like "These headphones are 99$ off today on Amazon" that you see on more and more formerly reputable websites (content/native ads) are worse for the web and you individually than what the adblockers indiscriminately set out to "fix" in the first place. Block cross-site tracking, sure, but let the ads live in their own little boxes over on the side.
On choosing a monitor: 4K, 1440p, [super] ultra wide, or what? The choices are overwhelming. 📺
An interesting case in content fingerprinting using dumb apostrophes (') and curly apostrophes (’).
Compressed favicons are on average 70% smaller but 75% of web favicons are served uncompressed. 🗜
Russia to block major VPN providers for failing to integrate with automated government censorship system. #RuNet
A tiny publisher's thoughts on Firefox 67 blocking tracking and ad cookies by default. (Affects the default settings of 10% of the global desktop browser market share.)
A non-insignificant number of websites have been pulling Google Analytics from their pages since the GDPR was introduced in the EU in late May 2018 (late July 2018 in EEA).
Apple will force iOS developers to use its new Apple ID sign-in option when they offer third-party logins.
Misusing market power? #antitrust
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