Real name/real identity is Facebook’s most fundamental personal space grab. Those who were around for earlier phases of online socialisation saw the problems; general population didn’t at first, but now it feels weirder every day. Will the Insta spam account generation kill it? https://twitter.com/genderpunksap/status/1162349703075418118
Reminder - setting up your own X.509/TLS certificate-based authentication system doesn't have to be hard. You don't need to rely on 3rd parties. https://twitter.com/hyc_symas/status/851170944345407488
Draft GDPR Code of Conduct for Data Processors Has Broader Applications https://dataprivacy.foxrothschild.com/2019/08/articles/european-union/gdpr/draft-gdpr-code-of-conduct-for-data-processors-has-broader-applications/ #privacy #GDPR #CodeOfConduct #DataPrivacy #EU #EuropeanUnion #DataProcessors #Data #Processor
Data cops order Ireland to delete 3.2m records after ID card wheeze ruled to be 'unlawful' http://reg.cx/2W5v
Do I understand how certain biometric information could be useful for identity verification? Yes.
Do I see about a hundred nightmarishly biased and bad potential uses and misuses of this information? Also yes. https://twitter.com/maassive/status/1162082155322699781
@JuliaGlidden@twitter.com It is the only human strategy in a world of #IoT.
Imagine a world where #federated #identity allows us to control what we share, with whom and when!! https://twitter.com/robvank/status/1162322910092152832
A half-ling on @email@example.com without a avatar configured squawks:
"I would like if you revert the change. It is currently blocking a lot of build from other people"
Roll a natural 1 and inform the business that it should stop relying on shaming maintainers.
Redmond can't quit listening to voice recordings until its contract with the NSA expires: Microsoft bucks trend, maintains contractor reviews of voice recording @firstname.lastname@example.org https://buff.ly/2Z75LTc
I analyse the recent deanonymisation of Australian transport users. What lessons can we draw out of this privacy breach? On the art of privacy impact assessment. https://blog.lukaszolejnik.com/on-privacy-impact-assessment-and-leaking-data-of-millions-of-users/
@email@example.com And this talks about disabling it. I’m surprised there’s no privacy information on the options page though. https://www.google.com.au/amp/s/officesmart.wordpress.com/2018/03/12/how-to-activate-or-deactivate-the-alt-text-feature-in-microsoft-word-microsoft-powerpoint/amp/
Hey @Microsoft@twitter.com: are you engaging in machine reading / data recognition from stored patient data from med files without informed consent? WTAF. cc. @PrivacyMatters@twitter.com @EinsteinsAttic@twitter.com @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com @Health_Privacy@twitter.com @DRWaus@twitter.com @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com @SarahJamieLewis@twitter.com @firstname.lastname@example.org https://twitter.com/trentyarwood/status/1162152952074665984
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@SmartPaperVB@twitter.com @email@example.com @SarahEmler@twitter.com @JustBeMentalist@twitter.com @BBCNews@twitter.com I don't say "avoid because it's not open source." I say avoid because it isn't an open standard.
Twitter uses open standards like HTML5 and OAuth.
Incidentally, lots of Apple *is* open source. See https://developer.apple.com/opensource/
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