What with financial services being the 18th century I need a statement printed on a dead tree as this somehow verifies my identity in a magical way (that would be completely impossible for me to forge with technology that's readily available for next day delivery on Amazon).
🤔 Reminds me of the time we spent most of our evening figuring out what combination of spells and magic items it would need to recreate Amazon in D&D.
A California judge has ruled that American cops can’t force people to unlock a mobile phone with their face or finger. https://www.forbes.com/sites/thomasbrewster/2019/01/14/feds-cant-force-you-to-unlock-your-iphone-with-finger-or-face-judge-rules/#5899df8c42b7
Current Jira status: https://meh.decadecity.net/atlassian_flavour_markdown.gif
#TWIF #25 just went live!
Read about Tor Browser arriving in the Guardian Project repo, our enhanced @matrix room and our newest beta mirror:
Also covers 11 new apps including #Manyverse(!) and an earth-shattering 114 updated apps!
Palm rises from the dead as a zombie brand, launches tiny smartphone https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2018/10/palm-rises-from-the-dead-as-a-zombie-brand-launches-tiny-smartphone/
The latest version of #Chrome doesn't delete Google cookies even when you ask it to delete all cookies:
It also does some dodgy stuff with logging people into Google:
Chrome is made by Google, who make vast amounts of money from invading people's privacy.
The best easy-to-use alternative right now is probably Firefox:
Stuck between the past and the future.
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