Do you need a DNS server without censorship and for privacy?
@digitalcourage runs a DNS server located in Germany that doesn't log normal user requests:
👉 2a02: 2970: 1002: 0: 5054: 8aff: fe12: db49
👉 Encrypted requests DNS-over-TLS
Demand the Right to Repair your smartphone!
Help us put an end to the throw-away economy. Sign the petition and demand better products for a better planet.
And check out the nice video from Right to Repair Europe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NMfgZsB2no
I've been a google user since 2004. The recent changes to their services in the UK following Brexit mean that my data is much less secure - it's moving to the USA (https://www.theregister.co.uk/2020/02/20/google_shifting_uk_data_to_us/)
So after 16 years I'm beginning the process of unwinding all my personal google accounts. I'm now with @protonmail for email.
18 people (including members of the family) allowed in the court today for #Assange extradition hearing today! the rest is kicked out of the court ground... they even tried to deny access to K Hraffnson, editor in chief of Wikileaks!
The trial of the century... kept out of the eys of the public.What a fraud! A farce!
#EU Commission to staff: Switch to #Signal messaging app
We're looking for an Executive Assistant to provide high-level admin support to our ED. This position is full-time and remote. Someone in the Eastern Time Zone is strongly preferred. https://torproject.org/about/jobs/executive-assistant/ #hiring
That's nice: Learn some C and C++ for data science. 👩🔬 ⚗️ 📈
Using C and C++ for data science by Cristiano L. Fontana | Opensource.com https://opensource.com/article/20/2/c-data-science
Linux Internals for Interrupts, SMP, Syscalls and a bit more: https://linux-kernel-labs.github.io/master/lectures/intro.html
EU Commission to staff: Switch to #Signal messaging app
So as I've said, FLOSS is a matter of empowerment; the keyword isn't adoption but democratization (or d13n).
@kensanata first time i visited europe i was surprised by how much people in a 'first world' country could actually live their whole lives thinking they are 'good people' and 'do no harm to others' (and really, they're not doing anything wrong) and recycling and being nice to their neighbors. without realizing they were working for companies that actively engaged in social exploitation in far-away lands, buying things made by someone that makes 1 dollar a day etc.
because in these first world country everything is so clean and orderly. and the trains come on time and you don't see poor people on the streets. poverty is elsewhere. but it's hard to see how much your life impacts poverty across the globe in these situations. we need to remember, as david harvey always says, how did the food we eat was produced. the things we buy. why are they so cheap? how can i buy a shirt for 5 dollars if getting a haircut where i live costs 4x that?
@diniz_bortolotto Toot, its a terminal application, I am writing this reply from it.
@diniz_bortolotto try Whalebird. it's a great desktop
client for mastodon.
Why Windows is a horrible mess, in a couple figures:
- 5.7 million source code files (not lines, files)
- 3600 developers, who submit
- 1100 pull requests a day, on
- 440 official branches
Source: BlueHat IL 2020 - David Weston - Keeping Windows Secure https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlfZG2wTPZU
Private WhatsApp chats easily found through Google! Can this get worse? https://www.androidauthority.com/private-whatsapp-1085998/
"Push messages are an essential part of connected mobile devices. They are also one of the critical missing pieces in the #opensource Android ecosystem. Until now, free Android apps would either need to implement their own push notification system, do without any push messaging or use the proprietary Google Cloud Messaging service."
Fosstodon is an English speaking Mastodon instance that is open to anyone who is interested in technology; particularly free & open source software.