"because it's better" are four words.
"because it's better" are four words.
What a horror of a law
It's still only informing them, that the certificate is still in use. And if its your lan and you're really want to avoid it, switch OCSP off in the browsers in your lan. You can do it there, not like an internet site, which cannot avoid the default config of its visitors.
From the beginning it was the shitposter-frog.
Stop domain grabbing and forbid to use domains, which do not match the purpose.
With such a rule, people could finally get free TLDs again. Try to get a four letter domain. Everything already registered, mostly redirecting to the main domain. Let some organization with initials bmw have bmw.org! some person with initials BMW gets bmw.name and bmw.email is reserved for a mail provider.
TLDs have failed. People just use country codes or
I am having 45 ESR from mozilla.org
My 45 ESR asks me if i want to disable it on first run. Did not try newer ones, yet.
Its on by default, but you get a notification on the first run that it's enabled with a "disable" button.
> By that standard, just using the web amounts to using spyware
It is. Without adblock, self-destructing-cookies and so on, almost every site is spyware. Have a look at the domains, which such tools block on slashdot. And then on a major news site. Its a nightmare, really.
And you should read the section about ocsp stapling.
that's wrong. A few telemetry features are in each firefox and on the first run you get a passive notification "Firefox collects some data [learn more][disable]".
They are spying and it's called telemetry. There are ways to disable it.
Have a look at ffprofile.com for more firefox tweaks. There is a lot of internal spying, which can be removed on a profile generated with ffprofile.
They try to be a new facebook, as investors do not understand what makes twitter a great tool. And on the other hand, the twitter idea may be hard to monetize anyway. So a small fee may be the better idea.
I like the concept of gnusocial, which is more or less a twitter clone without the crap and a api which isn't limited. It just doesn't have the users
And i am not sure if the federation scales, but that's the same for diaspora ans similiar networks. OTOH it will concentrate on big hubs anyway.
Maybe i underestimate this
I would have thought they come and want me to get them data. No way i let them install something in the server room without internal procedures, which ensure security and so on, that my admins know what happens and why, if they cannot do something with it they need at least to know that someones IS changing things.
Then i would of course want to talk with other management staff, even when i do not tell them what exactly is happening.
What you write sounds more like james bond operation, where the secret agents come in and walk with suction cups into the server room to avoid any traces a admin can find afterwards, while threatening me with a machine gun, so i won't have the idea to object to anything.
The moral side of the story is another one. If you trust your government, there isn't so much to object giving out the data, as far as its limited enough to one person and i.e. without contact lists which may contain innocent persons. Of course you may have a strong stance against it, but i at least understand why some people do not have it. But i doubt, that they only target terrorists. If they knew it was an terrorist, they would target him and not his data. Good old police work instead of demanding data. Leading to persons instead of surveilance.
More and more unfeatures, but not listening to its users anymore.
The app has way too much ads (open a tweet and you see always a big ad below the replies), the web interface is slow inefficient and buggy.
Users demand since years an "edit last tweet" function, but they always get something else they did not ask for and do not want
- Videos have now autoplay!
- You can retweet yourself!
- We change the length of tweets, fuck you users of the old app
Further they have strange ideas about blocking. Following is asymmetric. Cool. I do not need to read you, but you can still read me. Thats better for a site like Twitter than mutal friendships. But blocking is symmetric? I block you (my good right), but suddenly you cannot read me either? That's strange.
I would like them to remove all shit and let the users pay 2 eur per month. That's fair. But then remove all ads and move the t.co tracking links back to nontracking ones.
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