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Data isn't gold, it's uranium. Companies stockpile and refine it because of the great power it creates. But the industry is largely unregulated and creates hazardous by-products. When it spills it's almost impossible to clean up and when it explodes it leaves a wasteland behind.

Sharp summary & analysis of the DNS over HTTPS debate w Firefox, Chrome & Cloudflare on "Fundamentally, this debate does not centre on the arrival of a new technology though. As often is the case, it centres on power, who should have it and who should wield it. For example, who should regulate the web, and who should be able to exploit our data?" ->

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Apps on my phone connecting over Tor: F-Droid, Fedilab, spaRSS, OsmAnd.
Most wanted next app: NextCloud.

We are hiring: Working student as software developer, computer scientist, electrical engineer #opensource #jobs

Efforts to boycott Elsevier and reimagine the scholarly communications ecosystem are on the forefront of the fight for knowledge.

The Debian Project stands with the @GNOME Foundation in defense against patent trolls

targeted S3 specific bucket domain names, e.g., that could be used as leverage to get Amazon to keep the bucketless domain name

Good to see some media pointing out that just because supports an idea does not make it automatically wrong. The US Intelligence establishment is pushing that belief as an means to rehabilitate their image after missing 9/11, making up , waterboarding, leaks, losing control of the exploits , etc.

Victory! Last night, Berkeley’s city council voted unanimously to ban the city government’s use of face recognition technology.

gets so much "feel good" press these days because he has a foundation, but he's still up to his old tricks of profits above all else

collects tracking data and sends it to their server, it is also opt-out so it is enabled by default
they hashed the Application ID so it must be private! ;-) except the Application ID space is small enough to just generate all possible Application ID, then have a lookup table.

"20 companies responsible for 35% of world CO2 output since 1965"
Meanwhile, the Scotland and Norway are using their expertise in setting up offshore platforms to make gianormous, 100m tall, floating windmills that can power 20,000 homes (30MW).

"The future is already here – it's just not evenly distributed"

The Austrian state railway is expanding the night train network! Night trains are really a wonderful, low stress, productive way to travel for work, and kids totally love them. They do take a little getting used to, but its worth it.

"By cross-referencing just one hour of video footage from public webcams with Instagram stories taken and shared in Times Square, BuzzFeed News was able to confirm the real names and identities of a half dozen people."
.onion: bfnews3u2ox4m4ty.onion/article

Interesting to see that the of travelling by electric train is less than the impact of manufacturing the car or motorcycle. So just owning the car has more impact than taking the train.

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