Schlagwort: Autonomie


[...] de mogelijkheid om zélf kennis, ervaring en visie te ontwikkelen op het ontwerpen en beheren van technologie komt op geen enkele manier terug in de Kamerbrief. Terwijl er een groeiende groep is van initiatieven, klein én groot, van overheden tot omroepen, bibliotheken en bedrijven, in Nederland en Europa, die zelf clouddiensten maken en beheren. Van NextCloud tot Jitsi en OpenStreetMap: open-source en volgens publieke waarden. Deze groeiende beweging van gemeenschappen wordt nu door de eigen overheid de pas afgesneden.

Job Spierings (waag future internet lab): Gaat de overheid echt overstappen op Google Docs?

The Conversation.

I love the terminal, the shell, bash, the command line. I discovered it during a time of extreme digital burnout and this discovery was honestly one of the most important parts of my life. Because you are cool, and likely my friend (or future friend!), I want to share the command line with you. the map is the territory

Undesirable, but let's continue.

For applications in educational institutions, we find it undesirable that the ownership and responsibility for this data lies with Google. As a result, educational institutions using Google G Suite have little to no control over what happens with their data, creating a potential risk for the future. For example, if this metadata is being used to place personalised advertising.


We assume Google will make changes so the identified risks will be removed and education institutions can continue to use G Suite for Education safely.

SURF and SIVON discuss privacy risks with Google


We live in a world where "my email system was updated so I did not notice your message" is a perfectly normal thing to say.

What happened to the idea of choosing your own tools and work environments?

My eyes, my choice.

If Facebook delivered an equally flexible, sophisticated message-reading system to its users, those users could defend themselves against being nonconsensually eyeball-fucked with Donald Trump headlines.

Cory Doctorow: How to Destroy Surveillance Capitalism