This is both interesting and depressing at the same time.
"used unintentionally for advertising purposes"
They just need to understand that RMS has to go from GNU as well.
A reminder, as if one is needed, that every tech company's ethics take second place to their bottom line.
Never open a document from anyone that isn't physically close enough to slap should be filled with malware.
The GOP is talking about overthrow of the government.
Facebook can actually afford to do it.
"DNS over HTTPS will make it harder for ISPs to monitor or modify DNS queries." - that's the whole point.
It doesn't look like the 2020 US election will be any more secure than the 2016 election was.
The percentage should be even higher, but at least the danger of encryption backdoors are recognized by the majority.
In today's Part of The Problem news:
Regular updates seem like a great idea until...
The bad guys are after your DSLR via the PTP protocol for transferring images.
Even useful people often outlive their usefulness. Not always in such an ugly fashion, of course, but it happens. As with artists and others whom we've enjoyed in the past and subsequently discovered to be awful people, we are left to decide whether these discoveries negate their past accomplishments.
Chrome is looking less and less appealing. I felt like a Luddite sticking with Firefox all these years, but not anymore.
Based on Rochester, NY. I post a lot on IoT and embedded on LinkedIn. Ham radio call KC2TCK. I'm on DMR sometimes if you're into that.
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