Schlagwort-Archiv: Privatsphäre

Ineffective and harmful.

Today, 11 May, is a worrying day for every person in the EU who wants to send a message privately without exposing their personal information, like chats and photos, to private companies and governments. The European Commission has adopted its “Regulation laying down rules to prevent and combat child sexual abuse” material online, including measures which put the vital integrity of secure communications at risk.

EDRi: European Commission’s online CSAM proposal fails to find right solutions to tackle child sexual abuse 

M-x lock-door.

Home is where you do not lock the door computer.


Die DSGVO macht ja Menschen nicht automatisch kompetent.

Lilith Wittmann im NDR Podcast "She Likes Tech" #30


Home is where you (can) leave the desk with your computer unlocked.


Vertrauen ist gut, Kontrolle ist aufwändiger, unheimlicher und seltsamer.


Are you convinced by this explanation? Because I’m not. If this is all about slow websites, why not calculate the page load times locally and transmit only the slow ones? This still wouldn’t be great for privacy but an order of magnitude better than what Xiaomi actually implemented. Xiaomi really needs to try harder if we are to assume incompetence rather than malice here. How was it decided that sending all visited addresses is a good compromise? Was privacy even considered in that decision? Would they still make the same decision today? And if not, how did they adapt their processes to reflect this?

Almost Secure: Are Xiaomi browsers spyware? Yes, they are… (2020-05-04)

Multi-Agent Introspection.

If you could step into my head ...

Tell me, would you still love me?

3 Doors Down: So I Need You

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