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Black belt in Mikado, Photo model, for the photos where they put under ‘BEFORE’

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Espresso machine? I’m perfect with my French Press for €10, my wife too, to make a perfect coffee.

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If you’re telling the truth, you need a damn fast horse

Armenian proverb

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Very kind of the company to distribute Vaseline and Hemoal for free among its employees

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??? File Coffee is not a “web page” it is a file sharer/host from the EU (Netherland) that I use instead of Imgur, because Imgur counts your activities to half of the internet companies (see) and this one does not (GDPR). You can open the Video (webm) right here, by clicking on the triangle in the box, or open it separately, by clicking on the thread title, exact the same as with this Imgur crap (I don’t know why Lemmy Bot doesn’t correct it, like it does with YT, because Imgur, which many still use here, is much worse than YT, little less than spyware)

https://file.coffee/u/v3rAmcOyhYsr2u6OMnhq1.png

If you see this message (Open in Browser), I would recommend checking your PC with an AV, in case you have a Browser Hijacker that redirects you (XXX?)

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A squid does not bury itself on the beach waiting for its prey

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What I said, a smartphone can never be a secure device and this is why it is crazy to have sensitive data stored in these gadgets. It is certainly unlikely that this person gained access by trying the pins, because the cell phone would be blocked after the third failed attempt, but even so, a computer expert needs seconds to access, bypassing this little protection that cell phones have. You can be happy that your Secure Banking app is better protected, probably with 2FA, coordinate card, ID card or similar. In any case, this mobile phone is already compromised, which makes it necessary to change at least the credentials, better even your phone number (ask your ISP). Also be attentive, since this person may have been honest, but he returned it may also be because he was not interested in the cell phone, but in the address where you live.

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No, it isn’t, independent of that it’s easier to get lost or robbed.

techradar.com/…/8-reasons-why-smartphones-are-pri…

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The own OS and preinstalled app in a Mobile are extracting your data. This you can only avoid to root it to be able to desinstalar them, but this cause that you must made the security updates by yourself, in rooted phones it isn’t automatic. Than use only apps from F-Droid and not from the Store, install an paid AV and use VPN. Only in this way it is somewhat more secure. Better if you use some Linux Mobile.

DeepSouth (www.westernsydney.edu.au)

A supercomputer capable of mimicking the human brain is set to be activated in 2024. The DeepSouth system, developed by researchers at the International Centre for Neuromorphic Systems, uses spiking neural networks to efficiently emulate large networks of neurons, rivaling the rate of operations in the human brain. This...

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Red Neck was still in use and HAL9000 too obvious

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I thought irst in Deep Thought from the Hitchhikers Guide.

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The computer is black

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In the past everything was better, even the future.

Karl Valentin

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The only way that a Phone don’t spy on you is turning it off

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For reliable results today it is essential to use several search engines. The one who crawls the web the longest is Google, it is therefore advisable to use search engines that use this engine, such as Whoogle or Startpage.

Even so, it is also necessary to use search engines with alternative engines, such as DDG (Bing), or search engines with several engines, such as Mojeek or MetaGer, which use their own crawlers, such as Groot or AstianGo.

Search engines that use AI are also now proliferating, but, although practical, so far none are truly privacy oriented, with one exception, the one that was the first to use this technique with AI, Andisearch, which uses its own language model, not logs, no ads, no tracking, anonymous.

You search, although more private than others, requires activating privacy in the settings, also questionable due to its other AI functionalities that it incorporates, apart from the registration requirement to use them.

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I use File Coffee to store (and also share) fotos,videos, docs, presentations, PDF, txt, files… Made in the EU, Netherlands.

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It’s irrelevant which phone you use, iOS or Android, all smartphones are spyware by definition, risky to have important data in it.

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Imperial mesure and Roman numerals fits good in this dystopic redneck country

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I like the Batman unit

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I would also like to know that beer stays fresh and foamy for so long.

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Citizens of the US are really screwed, with a pseudo-democracy where they can only choose between conservatives or fascists, apart from practically half of the population who show that Descartes was wrong, because they exist but they don’t think.

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It was a casuak fund, a webpage of the author of an Video in YT

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Nothing against experimenting with this chip in Musk’s brain. It’s always good to start with something simple.

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Some more details

In any case, it will be a flexible law, regulated in accordance with the future development of AI, depending on a commission of independent experts, so that the law does not lag behind the advancement of these technologies.

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Big Tech already has to walk on eggshells today in the EU on privacy issues, if they don’t want to be blocked or face huge fines. Just compare their practices for US users with those in the EU.

MS US

https://file.coffee/u/G3xN8mpqzyl1GEECME4dv.png

vs MS EU (not perfect, but nothing to do with the US service)

https://file.coffee/u/e1I8e9y5280ObLZs-kjPc.png

themarkup.org/blacklight

  • (In its search bar in Options you can select if it scans the US or the EU page for mobile or PC)

Israel has just given BP licences to drill for gas off the coast of Gaza. So, people blockaded its head office (www.thecanary.co)

On Wednesday, 6 December, dozens of activists from Fossil Free London assembled outside BP’s London headquarters to protest Israel’s approval of 12 new licences for natural gas exploration off the west coast of Gaza to six companies, including BP....

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“Make Israel great again”

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It is logical that large corporations that base their economy on surveillance advertising hate users who protect their privacy by using all kinds of dirty tricks to bypass or eliminate these protections… Luckily I have had no problems so far with the Proton, Tuta and Murena (NextCloud) emails that I use in the EU.

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Try with Murena, the NextCloud mail (xxxx@e_email direction), it’s maybe less known by these lists.

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Where do they say it?

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Not at all, proprietary soft or services from big corporations are certainly a red flag, but not necesarly from small ones or startups. Which search engine do you use? If FOSS, which engine do it use? VPN? Drivers? eg IrfanView or SSuite are crap? Not so easy and always wrong to globalize.

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In proprietary soft the risk of privacy flaws is greater in online services, than in local apps, just the other way arround as you said. In FOSS yo can only stay secure selfhosting it, but not all people have the possibility or the money to pay an own server and must trust an more o less stable public server. Well, as VPN you can use Proton, which is Freemium OpenSource, like also some others, but even so, are you sure about the hundreds or thosends of public servers which connect the VPN? As said, don’t use some pink FOSS glasses with “the wonderful FOSS and proprietary soft very bad” Mantra, the awakening of these idealizations can be unpleasant, I know… Ask a dev of the lot of work which must be done, to convert Chromium, which is 100% FOSS, in something private and usable and how many FOSS in GitHub, GitLab and others, are full of APIs from Google, Facebook, Amazon, MS…, all of these are also 100% FOSS. The risk is online, not locally in your PC (malware apart, often also FOSS), outgoing traffic from an app, you can control, outgoing traffic in an online server you can’t.

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Mozilla clearly send data to Alphabet, googleanalytics and googletabmanager, I don’t believe that this data are only christmas greetings to the sponsor. But I also think and hope, that this will cese if Mozilla finish the contract with Google in 2024 as they say. Mozilla does not deserve to be under Google’s control and there are not many alternatives in the market.Yes, there are a lot of forks of Gecko and also Blink, but mostly with bad maintance, poor support or even contract with the devil, well with surveillance advertisings (Chrome, Edge, Opera (this one the worst)), with shady crypto companies (Brave), or direct filtering data to Gov and security services (Safari). Some exotics wit Qt or Goanna engine (Otter), batteling to survive or are discontinued.(Falcon) As said, Vivaldi and Firefox (or maybe one of the better forks, like Floorp or Midori), there are not much more.I’ve both.

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