After New York Times complied with the EU privacy regulations, they made even more money.
A few days ago I invented the sausage roll with cheese.
Can a software project that pays most of its contributors still be labeled FOSS?
I mean, legally it can be forked, but that threat has about as much weight as me threatening to duplicate the Boeing 747 production line with a bunch of pals.
(Trying to run bookmarklets in Firefox. Stymied by some weird corporate decision that says my web browser is not mine, i.e. CSP.)
In 2018, 3 GDPR fines were levied in all of the EU. (The GDPR was introduced in 2016, but the ability to fine offenders was only introduced in early 2018).
A golden oldie about beta testing.
Also, if Google cannot find the phrase "napkin-thieving friend", something about this world is seriously broken.
125 hours of geeks talking about technology, politics, privacy, art, security and so on. This is the English language playlist, there are also playlists for German and French.
Brendan Eich's 'Brave' seems to have just walked into a world of hurt due to its habit of soliciting donations in the name of people who have NOT given permission for it to do so (using their photograph without consent, even)
As the upgrade process per Drupal major version change was getting more and more costly, I have advised small businesses that was still using Drupal to switch to Wordpress in the long run.
Octodon is a nice general purpose instance. more