“Apple believes its new system is an advancement in privacy that will enable a more private world…”
Today is the day we get to celebrate 10 years of encrypted DNS with DNSCrypt..
If that's your jam, come join us and enjoy some great sessions..
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The sdns://2021 is an informal online conference focused on DNS privacy technologies, and an opportunity to celebrate 10 years of DNS privacy improvements.
@tony will be talking about "The negative effects of encrypted DNS on families". Should be fun.
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Don’t you guys feel what you say and do offline is tracked and used by players like Google Apple Netflix and whole bunch of others to offer personalised content in their offerings. I repeat offline. For instance I am talking about trains 🚊 in general to a friend offline in person and after few hours I visit App Store to check for updates and I see game suggestions for train, the simulator, is this sorcery or science. This happens in third world countries. #privacy
Over 7,000 people have now signed the open letter against Apple's privacy-invasive content scanning and notification plans on GitHub.
What’s at stake? Read this:
One Bad Apple:
Great article about the new CSAM + privacy concerns that are coming to iOS devices.
37 years ago, 50 companies control the media in America. Fast forward to 2011, American news outlets are controlled only by 6 powerful corporations.
DNS matters ... here is a song to help bring that point home.. seems like an appropriate time to share this..
Apparent root cause for half of the internet being down… https://edgedns.status.akamai.com/
Apple also has 16.7 million IPs. And AT&T has the same. And the US postal service - they don't even deliver email (nor real mail anymore). The US DoD has 233M IPv4 addresses ($9B in market value). That's like 5% of all IPs ever available. And small ISPs struggle to get 250.
So the Stripe API docs show you the actual data from your last test call as the documentation example.
What a thoughtful feature.
Interesting story from a Chrome extension developer about how bad actors try to get their malicious code inserted into the extensions or even try to buy the extensions outright.
Between 800 and 1,500 businesses around the world have been affected by a ransomware attack centered on U.S. information technology firm Kaseya, its chief executive said on Monday.
I've heard multiple stories like this, but I also know 2 persons working 't Amazon calling it an amazing employer. I guess they work in a department where margins don't matter and are on the good side. It saddens me that stories like these exist in 2021, slavery shouldn't exist but clearly it does
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