@Seirdy maybe, at least during their initial tests. Never sure how it will change later.
@hans That's two of us. Love it.
Trying to do my part:
$ curl -sD - https://dcid.me | grep 'permissions-policy'
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More details on how to do it yourself:
Someone explain to me why that is not illegal ( inside trading ):
"July 22: Congressmen Mo Brooks, Ed Perlmutter and Mike Conaway all bought Pfizer stocks in June/July right before the US gov signed a $1.95 billion vaccine contract"
That's a first I think:
FBI authorized to login to compromised servers to remove the backdoor.
It’s not just that blockchain is just plain stupid. It’s not even that Signal is choosing to tie itself to a specific blockchain currency. It’s that adding a cryptocurrency to an end-to-end encrypted app muddies the morality of the product, and invites all sorts of government investigative and regulatory meddling: by the IRS, the SEC, FinCEN, and probably the FBI."""
JWZ's take on the whole Signal thing.
@jonw where can I buy them?
@django mind giving an example where it is not respecting the headers?
@django oh, let me look into it. Not intentional if it is.
@jonw the social dilemma is a good documentary about this issue. Worth watching if you haven't.
@CodingItWrong I think developers in general like to learn. So a new framework or language is always a fun challenge and new learning opportunity.
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