Interesting. Destin turns out to be a #privacy advocate. More rubber points from me!
(Yes, it’s on YouTube. I’m aware of the irony. So is Destin).
Elende Passwortregeln, unverständliche Pop-Ups, mittendrin die ewig klingelnde WhatsApp-Gruppe und Datenskandale überall. Wer sind "die" überhaupt, die meine Daten haben? Und was heißt das eigentlich?
I need privacy, not because my actions are questionable, but because your judgement and intentions are.
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This is a good read about SMTP and why it’s a bad idea to roll with the big 5:
We’re currently at a point where it is even difficult to run your own mailserver because small mailservers tend to end up on some blocklist thanks to “bad neighbourhood”. That’d be ips “next” to you. Getting removed again – even for no reason – is a PITA, because there is no unified way of doing so. Happened again and again and while the big 5 won’t bother blocking entire ranges most of the spam bouncing of my own mailserver is indeed from the big mailserves themself. So nowadays I simply stopped caring at all.
My advice for affected people is the same: Use a smaller provider or even run your own. Do not use the mailservices of the big companies. It’s not that hard. Even a consumer NAS can do it.
Was wäre, wenn es im Dritten Reich schon Computer gegeben hätte, das Internet, E-Mails, Mobiltelefone und soziale Medien – und deren totale Überwachung?
Currend read: NSA – Nationales Sicherheits-Amt
Hat tip @SoerenLorensen
“#Cookies, only sweet in real life. Not so much online. Read and know what is happening when you are online. #netsec #cybersec #privacy #dataprivacy https://t.co/yhEsO5fsQw”
Nice! SameSite default policy changes in browsers will mess up a lot websites.
When discussions by or about young children take place in the clear, collected and indexed by Google and Facebook (and worse), we invite devastating attacks against their future ability to live as free thinking adults.
Very murican but his arguments look legit to me:
Hat tip @firstname.lastname@example.org
Progressive Face Super-Resolution via Attention to Facial Landmark arxiv.org is a machine learning model trained to reconstruct face images from tiny 16×16 pixel input images, scaling them up …
I guess it’s time to talk about pixelated images any why that may be no longer enough: https://iforcedabot.com/photo-realistic-emojis-and-emotes-with-progressive-face-super-resolution/
Astonishing what this machine can compute from a 16×16 pile of pixels.