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facebook in Myanmar still doesn't have a clue, still does shit
if there were justice, 'facebook' should be outlawed

yow, lost connectivity for a bit there due to my static IP changing. All good now though, instance back up

I need a doorbell that makes a notification appear on my laptop so I can see it when I have headphones on.

I should probably get a Pi Zero and make one

America: All regulation is evil, businesses must be allowed to do whatever they like

Telcos: *Sell your detailed location data to bounty hunters and anyone else who asks*


Swords of a thousand men. Tenpole Tudor. yessir.

Never used Spotify:

No lossless,
No downloads,
Everything I want to listen to isn't in their library

yeah, no thanks

"Accounts that use ad blockers in Spotify face immediate suspension or termination under the new terms of service, which go into effect on March 1"

I'd mute myself if I wasn't me. Imagine having this shit in your head constantly

Many popular iPhone apps secretly record your screen without asking

because of course they do.

If I'm the richest man in the world I must also be the smartest man in the world therefore it must be an entity with the power of a nation state that got one over on me

- nude sender

lol, Bezos thinks governments are hacking his nudes.

Yes, because if a government wanted to take you down they would leak your nudes to one of the smaller newspapers in a single country and leave your entire worldwide business empire intact

Bezo can't admit that he got phished like a noob

Seems reading game engine EULAs has become a weekly tradition for me. This time, found this golden nugget in Unity's Privacy Policy: "We also include certain device data collection in the runtime of the software, which is incorporated into the applications you create with the software."

So basically, you can't make a Unity game that doesn't spy on its players. Funfunfun.

Every free speech enthusiast 

It’s rather funny how governments that have always wanted backdoors (for „lawful interception“) in telco infrastructure are now suddenly claiming to be afraid of #huawei having backdoors in their products.

Ever wondered why computer games like Simcity and Cities Skylines will selfdestruct the towns if you raise taxes?

Here's a long read about the right wing economic theories that laid the foundation for Simcity when a logic was needed during its creation and then continues to influence game makers (and policy makers) today

(from Logic Magazine)

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