Terms of Service; Didn't Read: a browser add-on that warns you about the terrible fine-print you're about to "agree" to / Boing Boing - https://boingboing.net/2018/04/18/ul-for-eula.html
Focus sur les 428 câbles sous-marins qui connectent le monde.
On n’arrête pas le #progrès dans #LeDessousDesCartes,… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/985824747161350144
Ocean's Eleven version cyber
Hackers stole a casino's database through a thermometer in the lobby fish tank - http://uk.businessinsider.com/hackers-stole-a-casinos-database-through-a-thermometer-in-the-lobby-fish-tank-2018-4
RT @raucao Your tax EUR at work: German defense ministry spent 3.3M EUR on Facebook ads, for more kids to become soldiers. http://www.spiegel.de/netzwelt/netzpolitik/facebook-bundesregierung-gibt-indirekt-millionen-fuer-werbung-aus-a-1202812.html
Your tax EUR at work: German defense ministry spent 3.3M EUR on Facebook ads, for more kids to become soldiers. http://www.spiegel.de/netzwelt/netzpolitik/facebook-bundesregierung-gibt-indirekt-millionen-fuer-werbung-aus-a-1202812.html
Han, la vidéo de l'interview de @piks3l que j'ai fait a été reprise sur le blog de mozilla 😱 #proud https://blog.mozfr.org/post/2018/04/Aidez-les-changer-monde-chaque-jour
We just raised $500 this week which means we completed the challenge for this week and will receive another $2000! Thank you everyone for participating in this campaign!
We are few dollars from reaching our goal ! If we reach it, we receive a 2000$ bonus ! The campaign ends Tuesday, it's the last spring 🚀
Hey, you know what's awesome?
It's awesome how on #Mastodon you click a link and it's actually a proper link and not a click-tracking URL shortener!
(A cool feature would be to actively un-shorten things when people post shortened links... but things are already awesome, even without that... and maybe relax the toot length constraints for links so people aren't tempted to use them.)
Frank Zappa | Philharmonie de Paris - https://philharmoniedeparis.fr/fr/activite/cafe-musique/19924-frank-zappa 😃😃😃😃😃😃😃
witches.town / SaaS critique Show more
The witches.town shutdown is a micro-lesson in why SaaS is problematic and why the Federation model of "idealistic admins run code for community" is no improvement.
If you depend on other people for your computing, let alone for your identity online and social life - you will get screwed WHEN (not if) their needs and yours diverge.
Accounts closed, instances shut down, software upgrades with unwanted "features", privacy concerns: all inevitable.
witches.town / SaaS critique Show more
@gme I'm just not familiar with the tech stack they're using, so there's a learning curve I'm not ready to climb yet.
Besides, easy for you or me is very different from being easy for the average user of witches.town.
A classist Internet where the techies have privacy and control, and everyone else is at their mercy, is not something I consider acceptable.
Open source software security challenges persist | CSO Online - https://www.csoonline.com/article/3157377/application-development/open-source-software-security-challenges-persist.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter#tk.rss_all
Thanks to our team of highly trained packaging monkeys 📦🐒 , today we reached the milestone of 50 apps level 7 ! 🎉❤️
Level 7 is the maximum integration level for now, meaning that the app supports install/remove, upgrade, backup/restore, integration with the SSO and other things 😋 !
In other news : there's currently ~200 community apps, among which ~100 are declared as working 😁 !
Also if you're an app packager, we have a dashboard summarizing automated test results :
Oracle Wins Court Ruling Against Google in Multibillion-Dollar Copyright Case - WSJ - https://www.wsj.com/articles/oracle-wins-court-ruling-against-google-in-long-running-copyright-case-1522164091?mod=djemalertNEWS