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I’m not sure why people think otherwise, but mastodon.social takes a hardline stance against rightwing rhetoric, users, and instances. Anyone claiming the contrary is either lying or uniformed.

Some people may think they won an argument, never to know their adversary died before having a chance to respond.

"Privacy harms don’t just hurt us individually. They impact society, economy & policy, in subtle & not-so-subtle ways," like "algorithms turning personal data into risk scores & ads, often w/out consent, perpetuating discrimination," says @pasternack. fastcompany.com/90318234/priva

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suck because they can't save your phone from hitting the ground.

An E-mail confirming you've to an E-mail list is a lot like a stalker showing up to promise they'll leave you alone.

There are two kinds of server admins:

Ones who exist in a perfect white void, minimalist, soft colours, calm, no downtime.

Wretched goblins from the hell pit who cobble together technology to make it work.

Goodbye, Chrome: Google’s web browser has become spy software

Our latest privacy experiment found Chrome ushered more than 11,000 tracker cookies into our browser — in a single week. Here’s why Firefox is better.

washingtonpost.com/technology/

#privacy #google #firefox #chrome #spy #encryption #tracker #cookies #surveillance

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