Schlagwort-Archiv: Internet

Nostalgeedom.

When was the last time you thought of the internet as a weird and wonderful place?

When was the last time the internet made you feel good?

When was the last time the internet gave you hope?

When was the last time you felt free on the internet?

Violet Blue: How sex censorship killed the internet we love

Ournet.

Unternehmen, die eine für uns alle unverzichtbare digitale Infrastruktur bereitstellen, dürfen sich nicht nach den Zielvorgaben von Risikokapitalgebern ausrichten.

Thomas Wagner (taz.de): Debatte Digitalpolitik für das Gemeinwohl: Recht auf Internet

Rationalität statt Raserei.

Move at an appropriate speed and make things work.

Charlie Owen: Dear Developer, the Web isn't about you.

John Doen't give your real name to everyone.

Dear John Doe,

We are writing to let you know that we recently discovered that some user data was compromised as a result of unauthorized access to our systems by a malicious third party. We are very sorry [...]

The Quora Team <noreply@quora.com>

This article connects to seven Google domains.

Google und Co. verschleiern erstens ihre Profitabsichten, intensivieren zweitens Programme der umfassenden Überwachung ohne reelle Opt-Outs, und arbeiten durch eine umfassende Strategie der emotionalen Einbindung drittens daran, uns zu den orientierungslosen, überforderten, hilflosen und weltblinden Subjekten zu formen, die sich ihr Leben nicht mehr ohne die Dienstleistungen von Internetkonzernen vorstellen können.

Jorinde Schulz: Halt die Fresse, Google (Ada Magazin, 2018-09-18)

Kinderkanal.

“The people who are the most honest about themselves do not play the game of Instagram,” Amanuel says. “The game of Instagram is who can maximise their likes by being the most risque, outrageous or conformist as possible. I didn’t want to play that game.”

Sirin Kale (The Guardian): Logged off: meet the teens who refuse to use social media

Intrusion by Default.

The combination of privacy intrusive defaults and the use of dark patterns, nudge users of Facebook and Google, and to a lesser degree Windows 10, toward the least privacy friendly options to a degree that we consider unethical. We question whether this is in accordance with the principles of data protection by default and data protection by design, and if consent given under these circumstances can be said to be explicit, informed and freely given.

Forbrukerrådet: DECEIVED BY DESIGN — How tech companies use dark patterns to discourage us from exercising our rights to privacy (2018-06-27)

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