Of the companies that market stalkerware—sometimes under the guise of child safety or employee-monitoring software—@evacide told the TED audience, “Do these companies know that their tools are being used as tools of abuse? Absolutely.” https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/05/watch-eff-cybersecurity-director-eva-galperins-ted-talk-about-stalkerware
Je farfouille dans d’anciens billets du framablog pour écrire mon article et je redécouvre ça…
Testing @nextcloud Talk self-hosted with NC20 and Talk 10. It actually works quite well - tried between two laptops and with my laptop and my phone. Pretty solid quality. I can see this work as an internal video meeting solution.
I never had it working well before, but it definitely does now.
Wow, two-factor authentication on websites without SMS is sure easy these days:
on the website where you want to enable 2FA, go to settings and find where it can be enabled;
you'll be offered to scan a QR code. Do it. A new item will appear in the FreeOTP+'s list of tokens;
whenever you log in, open the app, tap the appropriate token, and enter the code it shows into the input box on the website.
Why did I wait so long to do this? It's e-e-e-easy!
It's an addon for Mozilla-based browsers that uses Mozilla's readability library to display only text and images from an article. It effectively achieves the same thing as Mozilla Pocket without relying on proprietary network services (it's all done locally).
GitHub has removed the ability to access youtube-dl's source code due to a DMCA request by the RIAA
... The clear purpose of this source code is to (i) circumvent the technological protection measures used by authorized streaming services such as YouTube, and (ii) reproduce and distribute music videos and sound recordings owned by our member companies without authorization for such use. We note that the source code is described on GitHub as “a command-line program to download videos from YouTube.com and a few more sites.” ...
Micah F. Lee (EFF/The Intercept @micahflee https://nitter.net/micahflee/status/1319746131723628544?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Etweet
"RIAA blitz takes down 18 GitHub projects used for downloading YouTube videos"
HN discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=24872911
Censorship, propaganda, surveillance, and targeted manipulation are inherent characteristics of monopoly: https://joindiaspora.com/posts/7bfcf170eefc013863fa002590d8e506
RMS, "The Right to Read" (1997): https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/right-to-read.en.html
Remember that the RIAA is a bad-publicity-deflection cartel of its major members. These are:
Just bought a used x260, which is excellent with @fedora .
However, because this used to be a corporate laptop, it used to have a sticker on it which is no longer there, and that area needs to be covered.
Now, Fedora used to have a sticker deal with UnixStickers, which is now part of Stickermule. But it does not seem like I can order Fedora stickers unless it is a package with all kinds of other stuff. Anyone know about this?
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Author, Gentleman's Public License.
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