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J’ai lu que #startpage #ixquick ne serait plus un #moteur de recherche libre et confidentiel car aurait été racheté, par une société publicitaire? Impossible de trouver des sources pertinentes sur le sujet récent, merci pour les vôtres :)
#internet #searchengine #moteur #vieprivee #privacy #moteurderecherche
 
J’ai lu que #startpage #ixquick ne serait plus un #moteur de recherche libre et confidentiel car aurait été racheté, par une société publicitaire? Impossible de trouver des sources pertinentes sur le sujet récent, merci pour les vôtres :)
#internet #searchengine #moteur #vieprivee #privacy #moteurderecherche
 

Chrome 79 released with tab freezing, back-forward caching, and loads of security features | ZDNet

Google has released today Chrome 79 for Windows, Mac, Linux, Chrome OS, Android, and iOS users.

This release comes with security and bug fixes, but also with new features such as built-in support for the Password Checkup tool, real-time blacklisting of malicious sites via the Safe Browsing API, general availability of Predicitive Phishing protections, a ban on loading HTTPS "mixed content," support for tab freezing, a new UI for the Chrome Sync profile section, and support for a back-forward caching mechanism.
#technology #internet #web #browser #Google #Chrome
 
#savedotorg
https://savedotorg.org/ #internet #dotorg
Save .ORG
 
#savedotorg
https://savedotorg.org/ #internet #dotorg
Save .ORG
 
Tiens, c'est la panique sur #internet là non ?
 

Edge vs. Chrome: Microsoft's Tracking Prevention hits Google the hardest | ZDNet

The new Edge browser, built on the same open source code as Google Chrome, contains a new Tracking Prevention feature that blocks third-party trackers and, at the Strict setting, many ads. My tests show that one in four items blocked are from Google.
#technology #internet #web #tracking #privacy #security #Microsoft #Google #Edge
 
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# The internet 2019 - 5 drawings #


Krita drawings - 4000 x 6439 px - 5 drawings made for no reason at all, but with a slight weariness of the internet. Typical Katharsisdrill meditative evening drawing. I will also publish the next page of Phill from GCHQ later today.

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The Internet 2019 - 1.6 MB PNG.

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40,000 Scientists say - 974 KB PNG.

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The comment bot - 2.0 MB PNG.

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The dark web - 1.3 MB PNG.

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Contemporary Nostalgia - 1.3 MB PNG.




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Like all other works on this profile this work is licensed under a

Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.


Attribute: Katharsisdrill - Link to: https://www.datataffel.dk/u/katharsisdrill



#art #krita #madewithkrita #drawing #eveningdrawings #Internet #weariness #darkweb #bots #bot #nostalgia #science #fakenews #beenie #crap #fart #plant
#mywork #ownwork #cc #creativecommons #cc-by
 

Amnesty: Facebook und Google verletzten elementare Menschenrechte


In einem Bericht über die "Überwachungsgiganten" schlägt die Menschenrechtsorganisation Alarm: Nutzer würden zu einem "Teufelspakt" gezwungen.
Amnesty: Facebook und Google verletzten elementare Menschenrechte
#Datenschutz #Facebook #GoogleAmnestyInternational #Internet #Tracking #Werbung #Überwachung
 

Amnesty: Facebook und Google verletzten elementare Menschenrechte


In einem Bericht über die "Überwachungsgiganten" schlägt die Menschenrechtsorganisation Alarm: Nutzer würden zu einem "Teufelspakt" gezwungen.
Amnesty: Facebook und Google verletzten elementare Menschenrechte
#Datenschutz #Facebook #GoogleAmnestyInternational #Internet #Tracking #Werbung #Überwachung
 

Microsoft is bringing Gmail, Google Drive, and Calendar to Outlook.com | The Verge

Microsoft is planning to integrate Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Calendar into its Outlook.com web mail client. The software maker has started testing this integration on some accounts recently, and Twitter user Florian B was able to access it today. After a quick setup process, you simply link a Google Account to an Outlook.com account, and Gmail, Drive documents, and Google Calendar will all be automatically displayed inside Outlook.com on the web.
This makes Microsoft and Outlook even less appealing to me. What do you think?

#technology #internet #produvtivity #Microsoft #Google
 

Invasive scheme spotted that foxes tracker blockers | TechCrunch

The tracker in question was spotted being deployed by French national newspaper, Liberation, which in October promised subscribers an entirely tracker-free experience.

That promise garnered it a bunch of attention from privacy experts who dug around and found a first-party tracker embedded on its site which uses a subdomain (that’s mostly random) in order to redirect to a third party — thereby making it difficult to block (i.e. without also blocking Liberation’s own domain).
#technology #internet #privacy #security #tracker
Invasive scheme spotted that foxes tracker blockers
 

Senators ask Zuckerberg to explain Facebook location-tracking policies | CNBC

Sens. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., and Chris Coons, D-Del., have asked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to explain how the company tracks users’ locations under restricted settings.
In a letter sent Tuesday, the senators say Zuckerberg should address concerns with the location-tracking policy announced in response to privacy updates made in the latest versions of Apple and Google’s mobile operating systems.
In a September post explaining the policy, Facebook said it can determine users’ locations from factors like their internet connection, even if they have their location settings restricted.
#technology #internet #Facebook #privacy #security #surveillance
 

Thousands flock to Wikipedia founder's 'Facebook rival' | BBC News

The founder of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales, says his new social network, WT:Social, now has more than 160,000 members.
"Facebook rival"?!

#technology #internet #SocialMedia #WTSocial
 

How to Live Without Google | spreadprivacy.com

More and more people are also realizing the risk of relying on one company for so many personal services. If you're joining the ranks of people who've decided Google's data collection has become too invasive, here are some suggestions for replacements with minimal switching cost. Most are free, though even those that are paid are worth it — the cost of not switching is a cost to your personal privacy, and the good news is we have a choice!
#technology #internet #Google #privacy
 

Firefox’s fight for the future of the web | Technology | The Guardian

With Google’s Chrome dominating the market, not-for-profit rival Mozilla is staking a comeback on its dedication to privacy
#technology #internet #Firefox
 

Google Search manipulation rampant, says report | Android Authority

A new report from The Wall Street Journal throws some serious accusations down at Google’s feet. Allegedly, the company employs methods to enable Google Search manipulation which directs search results towards big businesses while masking controversial subjects.
#technology #internet #Google
Google accused of manipulating Search to favor big business, skirt controversy
 

Google accidentally broke Chrome with an experimental update – here's how to fix it | TechRadar

Google has been left with egg on its face after rolling out a new power-saving feature for Chrome that left thousands of users staring at a blank screen.
#technology #Google #internet #browser #Chrome
 
"Rising levels of political disinformation and government surveillance are making the internet less free in the U.S., according to a new report by Freedom House, a democracy and human rights research group."

"The big picture: Internet freedom is in decline around the world, according to the report, as governments increasingly use social media to monitor their citizens and spread disinformation at home and overseas."

#Internet #FreedomOfExpression #surveillance #privacy
 
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Contemporary Nostalgia


I think this will be the last in the series, Internet 2019... but who knows if I'll make a couple more in a day or two. I have really been on a roll with these ones. This is of course inspired by the old comic, Flash Gordon, which I have been posting a few images from lately. A predecessor to the modern superhero that dominates American comics today. Fralsh Gordon was made by the comic artist Alex Raymond as far back as the early thirties and it became an immediate success. Today he is probably not remembered by that many and has left the limelight to Batman and Spiderman. But that is why we have the internet! To be exited about lost treasures of blonde supremacy, and kinky uniforms.

This nostalgic drawing will be published as creative commons in high resolution later, but feel free to use these as you like under the CC attribute license.

#art #drawing #eveningdrawing #mywork #krita #internet #2019 #flash #flashgordon #comics #nostalgia #contemporary
 
2 (at least) main differences between " #analog " vs " #digital " life #rights and #privacy:
1) in the #analog #life, everyone (for example) can take a photo of you in a public place BUT IF he/she wants to use it for something different from private use he/she MUST ask your permission, EVERYTIME (at least, in Italy)
In #internet when you have accepted the #EULA (intentionally a VERY GENERIC document) of a service, the service administrator can do ANYTHING with your data, without notice you (you don't ave ANY control of what data they share with whom, when and what use they do with your data)
2) in the #analog life, IF someone follow you everywhere, you can call the police and ask eh/she why
in #internet, cookie / 1 pixel images, browser information, ... permit to track your move (the sites you visit) without your knowledge

So the difference between real life and #digital life is that in real life you have a lot of more rights to protect your #privacy and #knowledge of the importance of your #behaviour, while in the digital world you have very few rights (and knowledge of them) and usually any control on the use of your data.
 
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The dark web


This evening drawing in the series: The internet 2019 (see my previous posts to see the others) is a bit more mellow. I have called it, The dark web, as that is where I prefer to be. As with the rest of the drawings I haven't made any sketch for this one. I just start to draw and wait for something to show up. After that the really hard work begins when I shall invent a title and make it fit into the concept (now that a concept emerged).

I will publish this in high resolution later as creative commons.

#art #drawing #eveningdrawing #mywork #krita #internet #2019 #dark #web #darkweb
 
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The comment bot


More tax related procrastination. This is evolving into a small series of drawings I will call: the internet 2019. Sadly the datataffel pod that I use for my Katharsisdrill art is down for I do not know how long. I consider making a webpage where people can come and collect the free art... I consider a lot of things these days.

#art #drawing #eveningdrawing #mywork #krita #internet #2019 #comments #commentbot #bots
 
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40,000 Scientists say


This is a drawing I made today to escape collecting the numbers the taxman has asked me to provide. He's OK and kind of on a hard job sorting out my crypto money without any real rules to follow. The Danish tax system has suffered a lot lately due to some dumb governmental decisions and they are trying to rebuild themselves. So I just tend to procrastinate a lot when I have to make accounting. I just found it and will send it to the poor sod tomorrow. So one more of the internet series. This one is called: 40,000 Scientists say.

#art #drawing #eveningdrawing #mywork #krita #internet #2019 #crap #shit #punk #is #dead #40000 #scientists
 
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The internet 2019


This is a drawing I made last night, but was too tired to post. Not the most optimistic maybe. But yesterday the internet looked to me like a battered old punk/hipster who now works as a communication manager in Apple's headquarter in Ireland. He has two houses, two cars, two children and his body is made of dog shit.

#art #drawing #eveningdrawing #mywork #krita #internet #2019 #crap #shit #punk #is #dead
 

Ex-Facebook head says company 'profits partly by amplifying lies' | Mashable

Facebook’s former head of Global Elections Integrity Ops left after six months on the job — and now she's speaking out about the problems she faced when trying to fix the company's political ad problems.

In an op-ed in the Washington Post on Monday, Yaël Eisenstat, who joined Facebook after working with the CIA and the White House, says she tried to sound the alarm at the company leading up to the 2016 election. Recently, Facebook said it would let politicians lie in ads in the name of “free expression.”
#technology #internet #Facebook #security #privacy
 

The Internet Archive Is Making Wikipedia More Reliable | WIRED

Wikipedia is the arbiter of truth on the internet. It's what settles arguments at bars. It supplies answers for the information snippets you see on your Google or Bing search results. It's the first stop for nearly everyone doing online research.

The reason people rely on Wikipedia, despite its imperfections, is that every claim is supposed to have citations. Any sentence that isn't backed up with a credible source risks being slapped with the dreaded "citation needed" label. Anyone can check out those citations to learn more about a subject, or verify that those sources actually say what a particular Wikipedia entry claims they do—that is, if you can find those sources.
#technology #internet #web #Wikipedia #WayBackMachine
 



Danny: Can I go to my room and get my fire-engine?
Jack: Come here for a minute, first. [Danny sits with Jack] How's it going, Doc?
Danny: Okay.
Jack: Are you having a good time?
Danny: Yes, Dad.
Jack: Good. I want you to have a good time.
Danny: I am, Dad. Dad?
Jack: Yes.
Danny: Do you feel bad?
Jack: No. I'm just a little tired.
Danny: Then why don't you go to sleep?
Jack: I can't. I have too much to do.
Danny: Dad?
Jack: Yes?
Danny: Do you like this hotel?
Jack: Yes I do. I love it. Don't you?
Danny: I guess so.
Jack: Good. I want you to like it here. I wish we could stay here for ever, and ever... ever.

#theshining #dialogue #1980 #you #internet #jacknicholson #vidcap
 



Danny: Can I go to my room and get my fire-engine?
Jack: Come here for a minute, first. [Danny sits with Jack] How's it going, Doc?
Danny: Okay.
Jack: Are you having a good time?
Danny: Yes, Dad.
Jack: Good. I want you to have a good time.
Danny: I am, Dad. Dad?
Jack: Yes.
Danny: Do you feel bad?
Jack: No. I'm just a little tired.
Danny: Then why don't you go to sleep?
Jack: I can't. I have too much to do.
Danny: Dad?
Jack: Yes?
Danny: Do you like this hotel?
Jack: Yes I do. I love it. Don't you?
Danny: I guess so.
Jack: Good. I want you to like it here. I wish we could stay here for ever, and ever... ever.

#theshining #dialogue #1980 #you #internet #jacknicholson #vidcap
 

The 50th anniversary of ARPANET, the internet’s predecessor | Fast Company

When I visited UCLA’s Boelter Hall last Wednesday, I took the stairs to the third floor, looking for Room 3420. And then I walked right by it. From the hallway, it’s a pretty unassuming place.

But something monumental happened there 50 years ago today. A graduate student named Charley Kline sat at an ITT Teletype terminal and sent the first digital data transmission to Bill Duvall, a scientist who was sitting at another computer at the Stanford Research Institute (now known as SRI International) on the other side of California. It was the beginning of ARPANET, the small network of academic computers that was the precursor to the internet.
#technology #internet
 
That said, consumers have been more open to signing agreements with mobile app and service providers—91 percent willingly accept legal terms and conditions without reading them before installing apps, registering Wi-Fi hotspots, accepting updates and signing on to online services such as video streaming. For ages 18 to 34, the rate of acceptance of terms and conditions, without reading them, reaches 97 percent.
https://www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/Deloitte/us/Documents/technology-media-telecommunications/us-tmt-2017-global-mobile-consumer-survey-executive-summary.pdf

#TermsAndConditions #Internet #Data #Privacy
 
That said, consumers have been more open to signing agreements with mobile app and service providers—91 percent willingly accept legal terms and conditions without reading them before installing apps, registering Wi-Fi hotspots, accepting updates and signing on to online services such as video streaming. For ages 18 to 34, the rate of acceptance of terms and conditions, without reading them, reaches 97 percent.
https://www2.deloitte.com/content/dam/Deloitte/us/Documents/technology-media-telecommunications/us-tmt-2017-global-mobile-consumer-survey-executive-summary.pdf

#TermsAndConditions #Internet #Data #Privacy
 

This new technology could make your Wi-Fi instantly better | TechRadar

Researchers in the US have developed a new wireless protocol that can extend the reach of Wi-Fi devices by more than 60 metres – without the need for hardware modifications.

On-Off Noise Power Communication (ONPC) is programmed on top of the existing Wii-Fi protocol. But whereas Wi-Fi requires at least 1Mbps to maintain a signal, ONPC can maintain the signal at speed as low as 1bps.
#technology #internet #WiFi
 
Datenschutz: Zahl der Behördenzugriffe auf Konten steigt - Golem.de
https://www.golem.de/news/datenschutz-zahl-der-behoerdenzugriffe-auf-konten-steigt-1910-144514.html
#Datenschutz #Bundesregierung #Datensicherheit #Internet #Security
 
Datenschutz: Zahl der Behördenzugriffe auf Konten steigt - Golem.de
https://www.golem.de/news/datenschutz-zahl-der-behoerdenzugriffe-auf-konten-steigt-1910-144514.html
#Datenschutz #Bundesregierung #Datensicherheit #Internet #Security
 

MediaLab acquisition saves Kik messenger from shutdown | iMore

MediaLab has announced the acquisition of Kik Messenger from Kik Interactive, and the news that it plans to keep Kik Messenger running! Kik's parent company had previously announced plans to shut down the app to focus on cryptocurrency. Now it seems, Kik is here to stay.
Thousands of Kik users flooded over to MeWe when they heard the news. I hope MeWe didn't spend too much on new infrastructure, as they're possibly going to go back.

#technology #internet #social #SocialMedia #Kik
 

Google expands Chrome's Site Isolation feature to Android users | ZDNet

If Chrome for Android users visit a site where they enter passwords, Chrome will isolate that site from all the other tabs in a separate Android process, keeping the user's data safe from Spectre-like attacks, Google said today.
#technology #internet #Google #Android #Chrome #security
 

And 'Lo!' - How the internet was born | BBC News

In the 1960s, Bob Taylor worked at the heart of the Pentagon in Washington DC. He was on the third floor, near the US defence secretary and the boss of the Advanced Research Projects Agency (Arpa).
Arpa had been founded early in 1958 but was quickly eclipsed by Nasa, leading Aviation Week magazine to dismiss it as "a dead cat hanging in the fruit closet".
Nevertheless, Arpa muddled on - and in 1966, Taylor and Arpa were about to plant the seed of something big.
#technology #internet #ARPA
 

Google's auto-delete data tools don't protect your privacy | Fast Company

By default, Google collects a vast amount of data on users’ behavior, including a lifelong record of web searches, locations, and YouTube views.

But amid a privacy backlash and ongoing regulatory threats, the company has started to hype its recently released privacy tools, like the ability to automatically delete some of the data it collects about you—data that helps power its $116 billion ad business.
#technology #internet #Google #security #privacy
 

Apple Issues a Statement Regarding Safari Fraudulent Website Warning, Says It Uses Tencent Only for Mainland China | iPhone Hacks

Earlier today, a report raised questions about Apple sharing your browsing history with Tencent. Apple has primarily always relied on Google’s Safe Browsing technology for Safari’s ‘Fraudulent Website Warning’ feature. Apparently, starting from iOS 13 the company is using Tencent’s Safe browsing technology. In a bid to quell the fears, Apple has finally responded with an official statement.
#technology #internet #Apple #Safari #security
Apple Issues a Statement Regarding Safari Fraudulent Website Warning, Says It Uses Tencent Only for Mainland China

iPhone Hacks | #1 iPhone, iPad, iOS Blog: Apple Issues a Statement Regarding Safari Fraudulent Website Warning, Says It Uses Tencent Only for Mainland China (Mahit Huilgol)

 

Chrome's new feature will stop tabs from eating all your RAM – here's how to try it | TechRadar

Google is testing a new feature for Chrome that lets the browser 'freeze' tabs that have been running in the background to free up memory.
#technology #internet #browser #Chrome
 

Kik says it’s ‘here to stay,’ following shutdown reports | TechCrunch

It’s been a rough run for Kik of late. The once mighty messaging service announced in late September that it would be shutting down its app. CEO Ted Livingston noted in a blog post that the startup would be trimming its headcount from over 100 people to “an elite 19 person team,” following a protracted 18 month battle with the SEC.

Today the service noted on Twitter, however, “Great news: Kik is here to stay!!!! AND there’s some really exciting plans for making the app even better. More details coming soon. Stay tuned.”
Thousands of people have been flooding onto MeWe since the news broke that Kik was shutting down. How many will stay there, how many will go back?

#technology #internet #Kik
Kik says it’s ‘here to stay,’ following shutdown reports
 

Opera can now block trackers with one click, and is keeping its free VPN service | TechRadar

Opera 64 is out now, and can now block all third-party tracking cookies automatically to prevent advertisers following you around the web.

This isn't just good news from a privacy perspective, as it stops companies building up a unique and extremely detailed profile based on your online activity, Opera's developers say it also makes a huge difference to performance, boosting browsing speeds by almost 20%.
#technology #internet #web #browser #Opera #tracking #privacy #security
 

Reddit, where chaos thrives, tries to clean up to attract ads from big brands | Los Angeles Times

Steve Huffman, chief executive of online chat platform Reddit, is now a self-confessed “Supreme Court nerd.”

After what the company acknowledges as its “wild” early days, the 35-year-old co-founder is now trying to clean up the edgy website known for provocative discussions and fringe groups, while revamping its advertising offering in a bid to woo big brands and move toward profitability.
#technology #internet #Reddit
 

What We 'Know' About Facebook

On Friday, Gizmodo uncovered shocking new evidence that Facebook is using its platform to suppress stories about CEO Mark Zuckerberg... or maybe his janky, busted-ass website is just bugging out again for no reason. It’s hard to say, really. That’s sort of the problem.
#technology #internet #Facebook
 
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