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This. Apart from the general 'complete and utter clusterfuck' that is, what are they currently trying to distract us from?
RT @GrantWhiteTZ@twitter.com The most sensible stance I've seen on - it's a shiny trinket to distract from something more important about Brexit they don't want to discuss. A bauble to please pro Brexit citizens who readily consume regalia.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/GrantWhiteTZ/statu

No spam ever, they said. I've never signed up to them, or even heard of them, but they just spammed my work email address to try and hawk their product. That'll be an automatic no from me forever then.
RT @VividCortex@twitter.com Sign up for the VividCortex newsletter! No spam, ever. We promise. eepurl.com/wkylX

🐦🔗: twitter.com/VividCortex/status

A little snakeknot paracord action on the new knife to improve the balance/make it easier to find. Decided not to go with the plain green cord ;-) instagram.com/p/Bpb4Jzyl7WQ/?u

RT @DanielVelezArt@twitter.com: Max Headroom interviewing Rutger Hauer about Blade Runner may be the most cyberpunk thing ever.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/DanielVelezArt/sta

RT @DavidSchwimmer@twitter.com: Officers, I swear it wasn't me.
As you can see, I was in New York.
To the hardworking Blackpool Police, good luck with the investigation.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/DavidSchwimmer/sta

An invoice for a year of domain privacy on one of my domain names reminds me that this shouldn't be a thing in our post world.
Not sure if I should not pay the money then raise a GDPR complaint, or give it one more year and keep my details hidden away

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Not honoring Do Not Track (DNT) is a #GDPR violation. If you receive a DNT signal, you must turn off all tracking. Furthermore, as the person has made their choice explicit and clear, you must not ask them again (via popovers, modals, etc.)

How do we get this enforced. The first part seems like it is already covered by GDPR. Would the second half we enforceable under the current framework?

Thoughts?

RT @unnamedculprit@twitter.com: I may have gone to bed on time but I don’t think I’ll feel the benefit, having accidentally watched a 50 minute compilation of Bob Mortimer talking shit on “Would I Lie To You”

youtu.be/1vE8ExuuNZQ

🐦🔗: twitter.com/unnamedculprit/sta

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> failed logins, in order: angela, pamela, sandra, rita, monica, erica, rita, tina, sandra, mary, jessica

> i want to know what ssh scanner has a mambo number 5 option

That's quite enough solder connections for today. One pro backplane, and one compact flash module soldered up. Still five more modules to solder, each with 39 pin headers. Looking… instagram.com/p/BpM3LAwis-E/?u

Wow, apparently my @AmazonUK@twitter.com delivery driver didn't want to leave my package unattended. I'm in an office with over 70 people in it. I call bullshit on the delivery being attempted.

I have a second Facebook account to use on sites/apps which only allow FB logins, and this morning after logging into it for the first time in months to update the profile picture, I was locked out for "suspicious activity", and the only way to proceed and unlock the account was to provide a mobile phone number for a six digit code confirmation code to be sent to.

Bugger.

RT @bart_owl@twitter.com: Remember when they let the British public decide on the name of a boat? And the result was disregarded because they felt the public's decision was too silly to follow through on?

That was just the name of a boat.

🐦🔗: twitter.com/bart_owl/status/10

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"holy balls. this is incredible

the [libssh] vulnerability literally works like this:

me: "can i log in?"

server: "no. you need a password."

me: "hacker voice i'm in"

server: "login successful. you're in""

twitter.com/FioraAeterna/statu

I feel like this article somewhat misses the point. theguardian.com/games/2018/oct
You could also very easily ask "Why don't period dramas move on, stuck, as they are, with their olden day aesthetic"

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