I saw boosted onto my timeline a slashdot story being hysterical about "Google adding DRM" to android apps.
First, that's misleading. They are adding digital signatures to them. You know, to help prevent tampering with the files you are installing. Sort of DRM, but I don't see them panicking about Debian using signed .deb files.
Second, the link wasn't to slashdot. It was to federati.net. We're used to mastodon not tracking us. But apparently some GNU Social instances do. 😠
What is wrong with Microsoft buying GitHub http://jacquesmattheij.com/what-is-wrong-with-microsoft-buying-github
TL;DR, don't let your Company rely on Google. This is dumb.
"TIFU by getting Google to ban our entire company while on the toilet"
PHP Multiple Flaws Let Remote Users Obtain Potentially Sensitive Information, Deny Service, and Conduct Cross-Site Scripting Attacks https://www.phpsecure.info/go/163035.html
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