× "access your data for all websites".
I have to read source code for almost all extensions that require this permission. #firefox should handle this in a better way. chromium provides an option to activate an extension on click. I'm not sure whether it solves that problem though.
"Reclaim your freedom with free libre software now" is a good lecture given by doctor Richard Stallman in 2016. It is worth watching if you wonder why large corporate hate-groups like #IBM & #RedHat, #SUSE, #Framasoft and the #GNOME want him cancelled.
If you have a #server running on port 80, run:
pgrok -subdomain=yourcustomsubdomain 80
Then open https://yourcustomsubdomain.ejemplo.me to access your local server from anywhere in the world*.
what do you think about archive.org? they require you to prove that you own the domain name to remove the content they archived. but they didn't ask your permission before doing so. how can you prove that for a domain registered ten years ago (think about whois privacy)? their bots don't even respect robots.txt files so you can't stop them from archiving your personal site.
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