your "Data Protection Choices" screen is really disingenuous. The "Decline" button does not take you to the article even!

"Adtech's bogeymen are tracking everything - even your web visits to mental health charities, claim campaigners... So says Pro Privacy after automatedly gazing at 82,000 sites" theregister.com/2020/09/11/cha

Political campaigns are increasingly digital and are becoming increasingly reliant on data exploitation.

Join this event on 22/09 to hear from @elsamnews on how is social media is used in political campaignign in Indonesia & what the rules of the game are, if any. nitter.net/elsamnews/status/13

We oppose giving police officers access to any COVID-19 public health data, including the addresses of people who tested positive

You should follow Distributed Denial of Secrets on here. They've been draconianly suspended from Twitter for publishing BlueLeaks, an 270gb archive of leaked police documents @ddosecrets

After months of work, we have a new stable release series! This series improves our guard selection algorithms, adds v3 onion balance support, improves the amount of code that can be disabled when running without relay support, and small bug fixes.

blog.torproject.org/node/1921

We'd quickly like to explain why we have to build the DDoS mitigation ourselves, how the progress is so far, and what you can expect as next steps. While improving anti DDoS measures, you'll be happy to know that we've also much reduced loading time. Thank you very much for your continuous support! ๐Ÿ™‚
tutanota.com/blog/posts/ddos-a

On the occassion of german reports of exploits against #whatsapp Web ... you can use Delta Chat Desktop app without any dependency on a mobile phone. And a second independent security review is currently ongoing. get.delta.chat

Still hosting data at a US firm and worried about the recent ECJ ruling that deems those incompatible with EU #privacy law? There is NO GRACE period! In a lawsuit you have to show you took timely action. Here's help from NOYB on what to do:
noyb.eu/en/next-steps-eu-compa

new in-depth analysis of apps: "[The part]... seems to call home every ~20 minutes and shares the handset IMEI, SIM serial, phone number, email address and WiFi MAC address and lots of still-to-be-decoded data with Google. (Presumably more detailed app telemetry.)" scss.tcd.ie/Doug.Leith/pubs/co

The governments and organizations that built their apps on /Apple Bluetooth tech are now waking up to the fact that Google requires sending them a constant stream of location data in order to use that API nytimes.com/2020/07/20/technol

@gradle now offers complete verification of all the artifacts it downloads and uses, as of v6.2. gradle-witness and others were always limited to a small subset. It is time to switch to the built-in verification: docs.gradle.org/current/usergu

Proprietary software companies and anti-end-to-end-crypto politicians are working to shutdown , the org who funded , , , , TLS ESNI/ECH, , , , , , , , Please sign to help stop it: saveinternetfreedom.tech

Back in 2011, @eighthave and @n8fr8 had a crazy idea to turn SQLite guts into a standalone wrapper for , funded by money. made it a well-engineered product. Latest user: German gov's Corona Warn App. Technical projects with high risk of failure, without paths to massive profits rarely get developed in the private sector. This project highlights mixing public grants and private enterprise to deliver security and privacy in essential software.

It is proven!

Android apps can be built using only standard packages from Debian Buster!

gitlab.com/Matrixcoffee/hello-

"This project helps to document the Android tools in Debian by providing an example build, and can serve as a base template for new projects for those who would like to develop Android apps using only truly Free and Open Source software."

It seems that Google wants to make using app bundles a requirement for new apps on Google Play in 2021: youtube.com/watch?time_continu

This would mean developers have to upload their signing keys to google play even though there's no technical benefit in doing that. You can achieve the same efficient download sizes by using bundletool locally and uploading all generated apks. But it seems google will stop allowing that and just wants your signing keys.

will require App Bundles for new apps in Play, thereby forcing developers to give Google their app's private signing key. This further centralizes the ecosystem and strengthens their by making it harder to publish outside of Play xda-developers.com/google-play

ByteHamster wrote a blog post about supporting newer TLS versions on older Android devices. Read about possible solutions to this for the F-Droid ecosystem here: f-droid.org/2020/05/29/android

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