Google Chrome is now officially adware.

Anti-virus programs should start tagging it as such.

#FLoC #GoogleChrome #SurveillanceCapitalism

@etrigan63 TB has been around for a long long time and is not new. And it's possible for both to be taken seriously, as they are. And all of that has no bearing on the fact that there is new scientific understanding about SARS-CoV-2.

To everyone else reading this, please get vaccinated when you're eligible.

@etrigan63 Sorry to hear and glad you recovered well. New research is suggesting that even those who were infected still benefit from vaccination, so hope you'll be able to as well.

Delete Chrome. Now.

Google is using its exceptionally powerful position to make *the browser itself* analyze your browsing behavior and serve that on a plate in the form of "cohorts" to anyone interested.

They are transforming Chrome into a "browsing-history-passport" - right now.

If you care about your intellectual freedom even a little bit, you must put Chrome out of your life as soon as possible. Support others doing the same.



- Get vaccinated as soon as you can with any type of vaccine you can;
- Keep wearing masks and distancing until we reach the right point globally.

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The past week I started again. First time since the started in Jan 2020. Being fully , I felt quite safe, but felt very stressed by those who were subject to others refusing to follow basic non pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) like wearing (fully) at all times and physical distancing.

People may be reckless but there's no right to recklessly endanger the 80% (in the US; far higher elsewhere) of people who aren't able to be vaccinated yet.

Looks like I don't really need @EFF 's HTTPS Everywhere add on anymore as Firefox has added HTTPS-only mode ( for new enough releases ) and also blocks mix content

I had been wondering if it's still providing me any functionality

If you still want the rulesets, HE is moving to a lookup service from DuckDuckGo (sounds privacy problematic) by the end of 2021

Thanks to @resist1984 for commenting on the ruleset change as I'd overlooked the announcement

Please help me find a resource detailing privacy issues with Google Chrome in one place other than's one. Do you know one? I need to write an article which is easy to read to beginners related to that, especially, I am looking for the reasons and the proofs not the alternatives. Thank you, All!

Friends: @fsf @fsfe @fsfi @Framasoft @ChatonsOrg @torproject @tails_live @switchingsoftware @privacytools and all | Tags:

Today we're kicking off the #GNU Assembly!

This is a new umbrella for GNU people seeking transparent decision-making and built around consensus. It's the result of a decade of struggle to make #GNU inclusive, transparent, and community-driven.

#GNU contributors: consider joining!

#FreeSoftware activists: help us spread the word!

@linuxmasterclub Was excited to see this, unfortunately until I saw it's using a fully proprietary API service inside the app.

Mailman(+), RMS 

"The #GNU #Mailman Steering Committee condemns the reinstatement of Richard M. Stallman (#RMS) to the Board of the Free Software Foundation

Further more, they are actively exploring ways on how to become independent from the FSF and the GNU Project:

"We do not want our project associated with such a person, nor to provide economic resources to organizations that promote him to leadership positions."

"Put away your torches and your pitchforks and instead grab your scalpels, because we have some cancer to excise from the FSF and that cancer is the board of directors."

#fsf #foss

Free (as in freedom), privacy-friendly, lightweight alternatives to Disqus:
- Isso -

- Schnack -

- Commentics -

- Spirit -

- HashOver -

- Epoch (WordPress) -

- Lyked (uses Google reCAPTCHA) -

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🤔 Perhaps if your company has to spend $23,000,000 USD per year for CEO personal security, just maybe you're doing something wrong for the society that gives you permission to operate a corporation.

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