Google, Facebook, other advertisers profile us and invade our privacy in all ways imaginable. Lawmakers are hopelessly behind, cookie walls and opt-out schemes don’t do much, except ruining the web. Is there a better way? How about a new, GDPR-enforced Web Privacy API? Here’s a humble RFC proposal …
ZeroTier is a popular VPN platform for creating secure private networks. It helps safely connect to your machines from all over the world. Ability to manage it with REST API and scripts makes it particularly interesting for advanced users.
Edward Snowden explaining today the ins and outs of Apple’s recent privacy-invading initiatives, plus a credible explanation of ‘why?’
Polskojęzyczna wersja artykułu opublikowanego wcześniej po angielsku: WhatsApp Manifesto na temat niedawnych zmian w polityce prywatności i ochrony danych w aplikacji WhatsApp.
When I posted my message regarding the WhatsApp policy changes, there were five people in my Signal contact list. Today it’s eighteen. Looking at the ongoing media coverage, I have hope that it becomes a persistent trend. I’ve decided to share the following manifesto with all my friends, colleagues and contacts, to bring this important topic to their attention.
The just announced WhatsApp EULA update has far reaching consequences for our privacy. It wants us to agree to share our WhatsApp data with other Facebook lines of business as well as third parties, otherwise it will stop working on Feb 8th, 2021.