“Like the majority of Google’s privacy pushes that we’ve seen until now, the FLoC proposal isn’t as user-friendly as you might think. For one thing, others have already pointed out that this proposal doesn’t necessarily stop people from being tracked across the web, it just ensures that Google’s the only one doing it.”
Facebook Scraped 1 Billion Pictures From Instagram to Train Its A.I. — But Spared European Users
Data rights are human rights.
Google’s FLoC is a terrible idea.
That's the result of #Google proclaming the end of third-party cookies.
Would you notice if fake news changed your behavior? An experiment on the unconscious effects of disinformation
“[Mullvad’s] public DNS service (currently in beta) offers DNS over HTTPS (DoH) and DNS over TLS (DoT), with QNAME minimization and basic ad blocking. It has been audited by the security experts at Assured.”
For any app that asks for your Contacts list: unless you contact each & every person in your list & ask their permission to share their birthday, phone #, real location, all emails, & any notes you have on them w the app you want to install, do not click Allow. It is unethical.
My phone was spying on me, so I tracked down the surveillants.
«We need privacy to explore new ideas freely, to make up our own minds. #Privacy protects us from unwanted pressures and abuses of power. We need it to be autonomous individuals, and for democracies to function well we need citizens to be autonomous».
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