Firefox replaces Google Analytics with fake no-op in strict tracking protection
I really want to try this extension, but I have a feeling that I'd get super sick of seeing that "blocked" screen pretty quickly.
It's illegal to enter buildings in the zone as most of them are completely unstable, and due to a new zone administration there's typically no bribing your way out of a situation. Sometimes in the most unsuspecting places you may find street art left behind by a Stalker who risked arrest for something many will never see. Somewhat of a real life Easter egg, or a subtle nod to defiance: "You're not suppose to be here."
Location: Chernobyl Exclusion-zone, Ukraine. 2019.
Please remember: functional cookies (login session, shopping carts) do not need user consent. So every time you see one of this oversized cookie banners someone is trying (often through dark patterns) to make you accept the whole tracking and spying as well. Don't be mad at the legislative for creating the need for tracking consent. Be mad at the websites that are trying to stir you up against that law by annoying you with those banners.
I have to admit, with my position on Mac's (one of utter hatred), I never thought I'd end up managing them considering just a couple of years ago I was a network guy that was going through the Cisco Cyber Ops Scholarship.
I'm not sure what's more stressful. Making a Mac do as it's bloody well told, or being a senior network engineer with a lot riding on your shoulders...
At least I'm not on call any more.
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#art #mastoart #illustration
https://www.deviantart.com/sylviaritter/art/Speedpainting-31012021-868855286 #art #speedpainting #mastoart
If you're a Chromium user then some things are gonna break soon =\
@sylvia_ritter unfortunately missed Christmas but they're finally here! Ty for the lollies as well :)
Best blog I've read in a long time:
For the first ten or twenty years of its history, the Internet had a robust norm against doxxing. You could troll people, you could Goatse or Rickroll them, but doxxing was beyond the pale. ... We've lost a lot of that old Internet, sold our birthright to social media companies and content providers for a few spurts of dopamine, but I think this norm is still worth protecting.
Amazon: Not OK – Why we had to change Elastic licensing
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