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Open letter for the right to install any software on any device https://fsfe.org/activities/upcyclingandroid/openletter.html via @fsfe
Repost of https://element.io/blog/a-big-step-to-address-big-tech/ On Thursday, March 24th, the EU Parliament held its last debate on the Digital Markets Act (DMA), and decided how strongly to bring Big Tech to heel. The EU’s intentions to ‘ensure fair and open digital markets’ have always been good, but there have been many points in the negotiations where the … Continue reading “A Big Step to address Big Tech”
Repost of https://element.io/blog/interoperability-open-apis-are-a-start-open-standard-is-better-2/ The EU’s next discussion on the Digital Markets Act (DMA) will take place soon and interoperability for online communications (messaging apps, collaboration tools and social media platforms) will be at the heart of it. Interoperability was one of the key features of the DMA when it was first advertised, as it’s completely … Continue reading “Interoperability: Open APIs are a start, Open Standard is better”
Using Cloudflare pages, delegate your matrix homserver and serve the element web client for matrix.
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Original Post https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/fake-windows-11-upgrade-installers-infect-you-with-redline-malware/ Threat actors have started distributing fake Windows 11 upgrade installers to users of Windows 10, tricking them into downloading and executing RedLine stealer malware. The timing of the attacks coincides with the moment that Microsoft announced Windows 11’s broad deployment phase, so the attackers were well-prepared for this move and waited for the … Continue reading “Fake Windows 11 upgrade installer distributes malware”
I created a Twitter account last week (what a sad day that was), and I strongly dislike the platform. Here is why. I want to mention that I am in the process of deactivating and deleting my twitter account, even though it is only a week old. The first thing I noticed when creating my … Continue reading “My review of Twitter”
US government supports Decentralization
@email@example.com 🔗 https://social.librem.one/users/guardianproject/statuses/107597335482639658 – The US State Dept’s “Global Internet Freedom” funds (#OpenTechFund #StateDRL #USAGM and more) now require #OpenSource: section 7050, “Funds… may only be made available to support open-source technologies that undergo comprehensive security audits…”. https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-bill/4373/text?q=%7B%22search%22%3A%5B%22Department+of+State%2C+Foreign+Operations%2C+and+Related+Programs+Appropriations+Act%22%2C%22Department%22%2C%22of%22%2C%22State%2C%22%2C%22Foreign%22%2C%22Operations%2C%22%2C%22and%22%2C%22Related%22%2C%22Programs%22%2C%22Appropriations%22%2C%22Act%22%5D%7D&r=1&s=8#H33E670CAB846443F906B4EE722D7E91C
Originally posted on Majenko's Hardware Hacking Blog:
Due to WordPress’s abysmal handling of code blocks this blog post is now hosted at https://majenko.co.uk/blog/ A lot of the time on the Arduino forums we get questions regarding wiring things together. One common format is: I want to connect my 12V powered LED strip to my…
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