It's open source developer Saeed Malekpour's 44th birthday today. He spends it, as he has spent his last ten birthdays, in an Iranian jail. Saeed did nothing wrong except have his code used by a website Iran's government wanted shut down. https://www.eff.org/offline/saeed-malekpour
Facial recognition, surveillance state
Google adds VPN support to Linux applications on Chrome OS
One of the more tricky parts to integrating Android apps with Chrome OS has been networking. It took a while for VPNs running on Chrome OS to apply to... by Corbin Davenport in Chrome OS, Google, News
Why you should not ditch Firefox for the brave browser https://websecurityandprivacy.wordpress.com/2019/04/21/why-you-should-not-ditch-firefox-for-the-brave-browser/
While I work on a new ThinkPrivacy site, I changed to a single page design for now to be the solution to what I think pages like PrivacyTools got wrong when nesting too many of their pages.
I hope this is even easier for people to access.
@strypey The 70% figure:
"It looks like nothing changed since 2014, but GOOG and FB now have direct influence over 70%+ of internet traffic."
As of 2017.
Debunking All The Assange Smears – Caitlin Johnstone
WannaCry Hero Marcus Hutchins (MalwareTech) Pleads Guilty to Developing a Banking Malware
London #InternationalRebellion occupation of five areas has survived everything the police has thrown at us so far. People keep being arrested, released, and coming back for more. Around 200 police moved to clear Parliament Square, and still failed.
People have been joining in that never knew about XR until these past few days. We've grown in numbers since Monday and we're looking forward to more fresh faces from Wales and Scotland arriving soon.
The anarchic organisation structure present at the Marble Arch camp has shown me that even with so few resources, even just a bunch if tents on a road, anarchy works. I went to get some food at the donations-based food stall and ended up cooking and serving for two hours. It's all just working. It's great.
A huge number of #vegan activists shut down the biggest junction in #Melbourne, and went into slaughterhouses and locked onto equipment to stop work in protest. They also linked meat consumption to the immediate #ClimateEmergency
The Prime Minister has called them "green criminals" and offered to use govt money to pay for civil court cases.
They are heroes fighting for the voiceless.
Et si vous deviez tuer vous-même l'animal que vous souhaitez manger quand vous allez au restaurant ?
La dissonance cognitive illustrée.
Hackers see the context. They see more deeply. They see that the thing can be made to do all kinds of things it wasn’t intended to do.
-- Richard Thieme
Exceprt from their talk "Twenty Years Back, Twenty Years Ahead"
I2P, NextCloud, Tor, MediaGoblin, Vegan
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko