Mozilla, Firefox planning to censor conservatives at the browser level; deplatforming isn’t enough
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PinePhone has physical kill switches for its cameras, microphone, data, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi.
submitted 6 months ago by [deleted] from (androidpolice.com)
With so many tech censorship stories occurring all at one it is clear the mask has fully slipped and we are at the very start of a full tech war.
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MailChimp Banned Over Censorship Concerns
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Salesforce Inc. tries to sabotage the "freedom friendly" social networking site Ruqqus
submitted 5 months ago by smart_jackal from (techtudor.blogspot.com)
TIL of the Invention Secrecy Act. The government has a program in place which specifically deals with inventions that are deemed to be "threats to national security" (open thread for choice quotes). There are currently 6102 inventions under lock and key, some of which "pertain to energy generation".
submitted 1 year ago by Orangutan from (en.wikipedia.org)
So many reasons Apple is wrong here.
submitted 1 month ago by JasonCarswell from (imgur.com)
Stop donating to "foundations", donate directly to developers if you want to help open source
submitted 6 months ago by smart_jackal from (techtudor.blogspot.com)
The EARN IT Act Violates the Constitution | Electronic Frontier Foundation
submitted 11 months ago by DeWhoDeWho from (eff.org)
Facebook executives admit meddling with election, backing Biden
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Why Everyone Should Build Their Own PC and Stop Using Macs
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What's wrong with Intel: Former principal engineer unloads
submitted 7 months ago by Timmy from (pcworld.com)
New Pine64 phones with upgraded hardware begin shipping in August
submitted 7 months ago by runtis from (arstechnica.com)
The New Federal EARN IT Act Is a Sneak Attack on Encryption - "It uses the laudable aim of fighting child exploitation to cynically launder law enforcement’s unsuccessful, decades-long effort to undermine strong end-to-end encryption."
submitted 12 months ago by magnora7 from (wired.com)
New Mac ransomware spreading through piracy
submitted 8 months ago by magnora7 from (blog.malwarebytes.com)
BREAKING: State SUPREME COURT REVOKES Law Requiring Police Warrants For INTERNET SPYING
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Free Speech Platform Gab Receives 3 Million New Users in 12 Days
submitted 1 month ago by MarcoPolo from (bigleaguepolitics.com)
Survive The Purge, A List Of Popular Uncensored Alternative Media Options
submitted 1 month ago by MarcoPolo from (100percentfedup.com)
Windows10Debloater - script to remove Windows 10 bloatware
submitted 5 months ago by [deleted] from (github.com)
March 1, 1873, Remington Company invents the QWERTY keyboard
submitted 1 year ago by useless_aether from (files.catbox.moe)
submitted 1 month ago by smart_jackal from (self.technology)
“These CEOs Who Are Doing This Should Be Prosecuted Criminally” – Rep. Devin Nunes Calls for Criminal Charges Against Tech Giants
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We rendered a million web pages to find out what makes the web slow
submitted 2 months ago by magnora7 from (itnext.io)
As Predicted, Google’s Search Preference Menu Eliminates DuckDuckGo
submitted 5 months ago by Pis-dur from (spreadprivacy.com)
TIL that Mythbusters got bullied out of airing an episode on how hackable and trackable RFID chips on credit cards are, when credit card companies threatened to boycott their TV network
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MX-Fluxbox Raspberry Pi “Ragout” now Final
submitted 2 days ago by Panzerfaust from (mxlinux.org)
The FBI Says Your “Smart TV” is Watching and Listening to You.
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A few hours ago, for the first time in history, astronauts have entered the International Space Station from a commercially-made spacecraft
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We Don't Own Our Digital Lives & It's Time We Started Caring About It | Android Authority
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Self-Driving Mercedes Will Be Programmed To Sacrifice Pedestrians To Save The Driver
submitted 1 year ago by Mnemonic from (fastcompany.com)
XigmaNAS is an Open Source Storage NAS distribution based on FreeBSD
submitted 4 days ago by Panzerfaust from (xigmanas.com)
RISC-V, the Linux of the chip world, is starting to produce technological breakthroughs
submitted 3 months ago by Drewski from (zdnet.com)
Why does no one seem to understand the bigger picture of search algorithm manipulation. This isn't about being able to work around search blacklists to find certain information, it's about how we are being steered toward a future where we will not have control over search results at all.
submitted 1 year ago by Orangutan from (corbettreport.com)
Welcome To The Old Internet Again!
submitted 1 year ago by BillionDollarEgg3 from (theoldnet.com)
Windows 10 Ameliorated - Windows 10 minus the spyware plus added stability and security.
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Check Out This Sailor Holding A Laser Rifle Aboard The Nuclear Submarine USS Minnesota
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Why everyone is talking about the A.I. text generator released by an Elon Musk-backed lab
submitted 7 months ago by Entropick from (cnbc.com)
"Like A Black Mirror Episode": Company Laid Off 406 People In 2-Minute Zoom Call
submitted 10 months ago by magnora7 from (zerohedge.com)
Mozilla Firefox: "All extensions disabled due to expiration of intermediate signing cert"
submitted 1 year ago by sawboss from (news.ycombinator.com)
KolibriOS is a tiny yet incredibly powerful and fast operating system. It requires only a few megabyte disk space and 8MB of RAM to run.
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Airbus' self-flying plane just completed successful taxi, take-off, and landing tests, opening the door for fully autonomous flight
submitted 7 months ago by magnora7 from (businessinsider.com)
New Apple 13.5 iOS update includes contact tracing
submitted 9 months ago by magnora7 from (arstechnica.com)
Archivists Are Trying to Make Sure a ‘Pirate Bay of Science’ Never Goes Down - A new project aims to make LibGen, which hosts 33 terabytes of scientific papers and books, much more stable. Free accessible science for future generations.
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Anaylsis: More Than Half Of Joe Biden’s Twitter Followers Are FAKE and Were Just Created in January
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Nine in 10 Adults Think Buying Latest Smartphone Is ‘Waste of Money’
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The E.U., With Cheers From The FBI, Is Dismantling VPNs To Spy On Americans
submitted 4 months ago by NewsJunkie from (thedailyfodder.com)
"Oh dear... AI models used to flag hate speech online are, er, racist against black people"
submitted 1 year ago by Robin from (theregister.co.uk)
Robinhood is now limiting users to 1 share of GameStop and has restricted trading on 22 other companies
submitted 1 month ago by format from (africa.businessinsider.com)
Parler Switches Domain Registry to Epik Following AWS Ban
submitted 1 month ago by MarcoPolo from (nationalfile.com)
In 2014 Facebook manipulated the news feeds of users in order to show that emotions can be manipulated through digital social networks
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How Zoom put 4 million computers at risk, of not only privacy breaches, but of being completely taken over by random people. And just as importantly, the hilarious drama that ensued.
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Big Tech Corp
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Apple is lobbying against a bill aimed at stopping forced labor in China
submitted 3 months ago by sproketboy from (washingtonpost.com)
Urgent: EARN IT Act Introduced in House of Representatives | Electronic Frontier Foundation
submitted 5 months ago by DeWhoDeWho from (eff.org)
Two years later, the reasons for Microsoft's Github Acquisition still remain a mystery
submitted 7 months ago by noble_pleb from (prahladyeri.com)
U.S. Eyes Building Nuclear Power Plants on Mars, the Moon
submitted 7 months ago by magnora7 from (time.com)
All new iPhones might be forced to have a removable battery. (Hell yes!)
submitted 1 year ago by Handroid7 from (techradar.com)
Block google analytics
submitted 2 months ago by carn0ld03 from (self.technology)
Coca-Cola paid scientists to downplay how sweet drinks fueled the obesity crisis
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submitted 12 months ago by useless_aether from (files.catbox.moe)
A List Of Alternative Social Networks Similar to Reddit, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook - GreyCoder
submitted 1 year ago by greyone from (greycoder.com)
Google has actively scrubbed "Seth Rich" from its search suggestions
submitted 1 year ago by Orangutan from (i.redd.it)
Amazon Censors Book That Criticizes Transgender Ideology
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Change your MAC address with a shell script
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The Great Purge Of 2021 Will Have Dire Consequences Nationwide As "Big Tech" Declares War Upon America By Censoring Our Commander In Chief
submitted 1 month ago by MarcoPolo from (allnewspipeline.com)
DuckDuckGo Browser Caught Tracking Websites Visited By User
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This guy's VR matches up with his apartment.
submitted 8 months ago by magnora7 from (gfycat.com)
'Collapse OS' Is an Open Source Operating System for the Post-Apocalypse - The operating system is designed to work with ubiquitous, easy-to-scavenge components in a future where consumer electronics are a thing of the past.
submitted 1 year ago by Orangutan from (vice.com)
"HP printers try to send data back to HP about your devices and what you print"
submitted 1 year ago by Robin from (robertheaton.com)
Vinyl set to outsell CDs for first time since 1986
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Hidden VPN Owners Unveiled: 97 VPNs Run by 23 Companies | VPNpro | Interestingly, a few are linked to Israeli's UNIT 8200
submitted 1 year ago by Jesus from (vpnpro.com)
Australia Stomps on Big Tech as Thousands of Aussies Delete Facebook Profiles!
submitted 13 days ago by christnmusicreleases from (youtube.com)
Evolution of the Scrollbar
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Report: Twitter's Head of Site Integrity, Who Is Responsible for "Election Security and Misinformation" Says There Are "Nazis in the White House" and Trump is "Racist Tangerine"
submitted 4 months ago by WarmPotato from (thegatewaypundit.com)
Self-charging, (28) thousand-year battery startup NDB aces key tests and lands first beta customers
submitted 6 months ago by Vigte from (techcrunch.com)
On Liberating My Smartwatch From Cloud Services
submitted 7 months ago by magnora7 from (bunniestudios.com)
Dam built by robots? Japan's Obayashi tests it out
submitted 7 months ago by magnora7 from (asia.nikkei.com)
Wanna see how Google is currently being used to gaslight Germans? As of June 8, 2020, 11:26 pm local time, it translates "far-left extremist" as Rechtsextremist, which means—you guessed it—"right extremist".
submitted 8 months ago by Chipit from (translate.google.de)
Non-replaceable batteries: Why they are a terrible idea. (The fastest-failing part of a mobile phone has become non-modular.)
submitted 1 year ago by Handroid7 from (poal.co)
Windows 10 Keeps Getting Worse
submitted 1 year ago by Optimus85 from (youtube.com)
OpenBSD - I love it so much
submitted 1 day ago by Panzerfaust from (sive.rs)
Massive Texas Blackouts, State of Emergency Triggered By Failed Green Energy Wind Turbines...Can't Handle Winter Weather
submitted 15 days ago by MarcoPolo from (100percentfedup.com)
Fujifilm Created a Magnetic Tape That Can Store 580 Terabytes — record-breaking density of 317 gigabytes per square inch — tape head with an accuracy that is about 1.5 times the width of a DNA molecule
submitted 2 months ago by magnora7 from (petapixel.com)
When coffee makers are demanding a ransom, you know IoT is screwed
submitted 5 months ago by [deleted] from (arstechnica.com)
CIA Reveals Details Of Bird-Like 1970s Stealth Drone — With Planned Nuclear Propulsion
submitted 7 months ago by killerjavi98 from (forbes.com)
The FBI Is Secretly Using A $2 Billion Travel Company As A Global Surveillance Tool
submitted 7 months ago by runtis from (forbes.com)
IEEE bans Huawei employees from reviewing or handling papers for IEEE journals, some people resign from IEEE editorial board as a result
submitted 1 year ago by happysmash27 from (reddit.com)
Demon core - a 6.2-kilogram (14 lb) subcritical mass of plutonium measuring 89 millimetres (3.5 in) in diameter, which was involved in two criticality accidents
submitted 1 year ago by magnora7 from (en.wikipedia.org)
BREAKING: ‘Pro-Free Speech’ Parler Bans Milo Yiannopoulos for Offensive Jokes
submitted 15 days ago by MarcoPolo from (nationalfile.com)
Facebook is harmful to young social media users: NSPCC accuses tech giant of downplaying harmful and abusive content, lack of transparency, cherry-picking report data
submitted 1 month ago by MarcoPolo from (naturalnews.com)
Don't Toss It, Fix It! Europe Is Guaranteeing Citizens the "Right to Repair"
submitted 1 month ago by enefi from (reasonstobecheerful.world)
The world's first commercially available flying car is now street legal in Europe. Yes, I said flying car.
submitted 2 months ago by christnmusicreleases from (notthebee.com)
Librem 5 Mass Production Phone Has Begun Shipping – Purism
submitted 3 months ago by [deleted] from (puri.sm)
The Truecrypt Mystery and Intelligence Agencies' Fixation with Decrypting Your Hard Drive
submitted 4 months ago by gebTA48 from (cheapskatesguide.org)
Bombadillo is a non-web browser, designed for a growing list of protocols operating outside of the web.
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HelenOS is a portable microkernel-based multiserver operating system designed and implemented from scratch.
submitted 5 months ago by [deleted] from (helenos.org)
Comparing specs of upcoming Linux phones
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Boeing X-37 - Reusable low-earth orbit flight vehicle first flown in 2010 by the US Air Force, 3 were built and are still in use. NASA transferred development to DARPA
submitted 8 months ago by magnora7 from (en.wikipedia.org)
"Tens Of Millions Of Android Phones Come Preloaded With Dangerous Malware..."
submitted 1 year ago by Robin from (forbes.com)
Cable lobby seeks better reputation by dropping “cable” from its name
submitted 1 year ago by Farseli from (arstechnica.com)
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