Majority of the European Parliament welcomes the Commission's intention to oblige e-mail, messaging and chat providers to search all private messages for allegedly illegal material and report to the police (#chatcontrol) by 580:76:37.
📱 Instant messaging clients. Choose wisely what you use to communicate.
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“The easiest emotional state to generate algorithmically is tribal outrage. It’s a simple and primal emotion. We, as the tech industry, have built a model that we make money when we piss people off. And everyone’s pissed off now, we’ve made a lot of money and people are like, what went wrong? Well, everything went exactly as planned.”
“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.”
Does anyone know any software similar to the Mint's Web App Manager? I tried to install it on my Pop_OS (following this guide:https://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2021/01/install-linux-mints-web-app-manager-ubuntu-20-04/), but it didn't work at all
I Installed Ubuntu for the first time this weekend.
My first impressions, as someone that have only used Windows, are very positive. Using the Superbutton (Windows Key) for multitasking is very intuitive. And found myself using the terminal more than the Ubuntu Store to install programs, which seemed more pratical (and cool haha)
I have just joined mastodon and I am still habituating myself.
Joined Fosstodon because I am trying to learn and know more about FOSS and though it would be a perfect way of doing that.
My interest about this topic emerged when I started to read some articles about privacy, which lead me to Reddit subs like r/privacy and r/privacytools and then a whole new world just appeared before my eyes.
Hope I can eventually contribute to this community!
Interested in games, emulation, movies, philosophy and FOSS.
Fosstodon is an English speaking Mastodon instance that is open to anyone who is interested in technology; particularly free & open source software.