Schlagwort-Archiv: Privatsphäre

Das Private ist Politisch, mal wieder.

Perceptions and values of privacy have evolved over history, and not necessarily with the protection of those who need it most in mind.

It is time for a reclaiming of privacy that will empower women, trans and gender diverse people.

It is time for privacy to become a tool to smash patriarchy and so it’s time to ask ourselves what privacy will look like in a post-patriarchal world.

Privacy International: Reclaiming privacy: a feminist manifesto


You know that the telemetry surveillance in your operating system is getting out of hand when even the German government writes 63 pages about it.

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)


Creepy maar ook wel een beetje zielig

De Speld: Luchtvaartmaatschappij waar je 8 jaar terug 1 keer mee hebt gevlogen denkt na al die tijd nog steeds aan jouw privacy


Thank you, Mr. Albrecht.

Internet of Shleep.

I soon discovered that the only thing worse than getting a bad night’s sleep is to subsequently get a report from my bed telling me I got a low score and “missed my sleep goal.” Thanks, smart bed, but I know that already. I feel like shit.

Kashmir Hill and Surya Mattu: The House That Spied on Me


I've only got one rule:
Don't tell me to smile

The Jezabels: Smile

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