I have re-entered the world of blogs, by looking at my RSS reader again. I performed spring cleaning of old feeds, and would be happy to receive suggestions for blogs on: a) game design, b) networking (protocols, etc), c) cryptography.
There are probably quite a few other suggestions I'd check out, so don't feel restricted to these.
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With Windows Virtual Desktop, the bad old days are coming back | Computerworld
Site.js 12.5.0 release: adds macOS Catalina support
(Site.js enables you to develop, test, and deploy your secure static or dynamic personal web site with zero configuration.)
It is proven! I am lazurski on Keybase: https://keybase.io/lazurski/sigchain#de8d07418157ec3ca2b73c8446b46203d0d268d3b0b772b66b6d04efd44fca8f0f
NEW: We analysed 136 popular web pages about mental health in France, Germany and the UK and found that websites share users' personal data with advertisers and other third parties. Some also leak depression test results.
Ok. I know I prefer to post some errors on-line than to have an add-on that will send all my data to cooperating websites.
Shifting from behavioral, targeted advertising to contextual advertising "need not reduce profitability"—and would protect user privacy—writes the CEO of search engine @DuckDuckGo in the @nytimes https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/19/opinion/facebook-google-privacy.html
How about all you XMPP users give this one a thumbs-up, so that maybe we can one day talk to Wire users and vice-versa: https://github.com/wireapp/wire-server/issues/631
This story shows once more that mass surveillance increasingly undermines the foundation of democracy: freedom of speech and the right to privacy. https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/04/02/us_border_patrol_search_demand_mozilla_cto/
Let’s fight for our right to privacy: https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/data-privacy-day ✊