Reading about how Google will move UK users' data to USA jurisdiction, and seeing "USA has some of the weakest data protection laws"
The best thing I can do to protect my data is to simply not let the likes of Google have it, though I'm sure everyone else will opt me into the panopticon (but hey... I tried, so there.)
Anyone else remember the Eclipse Computer Light? I had one for years and I still miss it. Apparently they're back in the form of some LED versions that you hang from the top of your monitor these days. (I put the Eclipse light on top of my CRT back in the day.)
uspol probably, definitely D.T.
I see Trump continues to make a mockery of justice in this nation by pardoning/granting clemency to what I assume are two of his criminal buddies.
If it isn't obvious, I intensely dislike this gods-and-clods shit. Obviously, criminal punishment is for the poor and unconnected, and the rich and connected are above the law.
Oh! Almost forgot...
The other day on the way home, I saw a pickup with "MAKE RACISTS AFRAID AGAIN" pasted across the entire width of the tailgate.
That's certainly better than the usual "guy kicking the shit out of LGBT guy" we get round these parts, but what would make it better is if they replaced "AFRAID" with "LONELY".
The racists are already afraid; those in power saw to it to keep the fear alive for them.
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