If you ever think of a creepy surveillance activity well outside the understanding of most users, and wonder "Would Zuck go there?", you can save time by assuming that he already has.
Not only is Facebook injecting tracking data into images, Instagram is doing the same thing...
Yea, sure. Let's all mount up for an attack on dissent, privacy, and math:
Our ubiquitous use of mobile devices and cellular networks comes with large and hard to tame privacy and security problems.
This article is about an "unknown" state actor, but the routine surveillance by Google/Facebook/Verizon/ATT is hardly less concerning:
@Supes In a news-heavy day, the new Raspberry Pi just might be the most important story.
@Supes Thank you for hosting this instance. I am trying to learn more about the Fediverse, Riot/Matrix, Qubes OS, etc. before diving in.
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