This guy makes a new video every September 21st, and they keep getting better every year. 🎉
I wonder what tomorrow's will be? 🤔
“ Paid influencers must label posts as ads, German court rules”
Good job Germany! 👏 I almost dislike “sponsored content” more than actual ads. It’s being disingenuous to your readers.
Meet ✨ Impish Indri✨ ! :). Inspired by Ubuntu release 21.10 scheduled for release in October 2021. https://www.deviantart.com/sylviaritter/art/Impish-Indri-891364196
#art #illustration #mastoart
I don’t know whether to laugh, or cry. Mostly I’m crying. The internet was never perfect, but it used to be so much better.
No matter how well-intentioned, @Apple is rolling out mass surveillance to the entire world with this. Make no mistake: if they can scan for kiddie porn today, they can scan for anything tomorrow.
They turned a trillion dollars of devices into iNarcs—*without asking.* https://t.co/wIMWijIjJk
DARPA Robotics Challenge: A Compilation of Robots Falling Down
I’ve noticed some of these Dark Patterns on Reddit as well. The ads are obviously built to deceive users into accidentally clicking them.
“Reddit's disrespectful design”
Sweet, Firefox 89 puts all cookies in separate cookie jars per website while in private browsing mode. A step in the right direction. Probably too crazy to enable by default in “normal” browsing mode for now?
“Firefox now blocks cross-site tracking by default in private browsing”
Good job Apple, protecting users’ privacy
“96% of US users opt out of app tracking in iOS 14.5”
Signal bought some targeted Facebook ads, which Facebook is fine with, it’s their bread and butter.
The thing is, the ads told the users that they were targeted advertisements. Then Facebook banned Signal from advertising.
So Facebook is fine with targeting users with ads, just not telling users that they’re being served targeted ads.
This post eloquently conveys Lichess’s stance on Advertising, user experience, and open source software. I wholeheartedly agree with their sentiments.
> “ There is absolutely nothing positive about advertisements on websites from the perspective of their users.”
@angristan the only one I’ve ever been able to understand is MIT. I’ve tried to read the others, even their summaries, they’re just too confusing.
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