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Why is DRM still a thing? People who will steal your stuff will get cracked versions anyways. All you're doing is punishing me for paying you.

WOW!!!!!
THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR:)

A search engine for #peertube

"PeerTube Index is a centralized search engine for PeerTube videos. We run a crawler that visits PeerTube instances to find videos and new instances. All found videos are made searchable by their name. We exclude videos marked as Not Safe For Work (NSFW) for now.

This site is not affiliated to Framasoft, the maintainer of the PeerTube software. "

peertube-index.net/

#peertube #searchengine #index #search

Have I mentioned recently that I despise Facebook?

No, I'm not going to install your app for 2FA. I'm just not going to use Instagram anymore.

Trying to build a PC, but the Nvidia AMD dilemma drags on

Incognito Mode May Not Work the Way You Think It Does Every browser has a private mode—but the privacy it offers has a limit. wired.com/story/incognito-mode

I've recently got into playing Minetest, and I've been playing on 'play.playminetest.com'. It's been a lot of fun, and I encourage you to join if you're looking for a multiplayer server!

I started playing Minetest just out of curiosity, and I'm now mildly addicted.

XMRig is a small mining program you could use to mine #Monero #XMR currency using a machines CPU. Doing so will not be profitable, the currency you get will barely cover the additional electricity cost. Still, may be interesting to do if you are particularly interested in digital currency technology.
linuxreviews.org/XMRig

I've noticed a direct correlation between how much people know about how technology works, and how much they are concerned about digital privacy.

Steam’s Proton was able to run BeamNG (a Windows only game) on Linux, right out of the box with no modifications. Controller support even worked. Loading times were slower than Windows, but FPS was actually higher. My mind is blown.

I put Linux on a 2012 MacBook, and it's ridiculously fast for being 8 year old hardware

Twitter wouldn’t have to worry about whether or not last week’s attackers read or exfiltrated direct messages if it had end-to-end encrypted them. vice.com/en_us/article/jgxd3d/

@eff As EFF has said, merging Fitbit’s trove of health and biometric data with Google’s data makes it harder and harder for privacy-focused tech companies to exist and compete. eff.org/pt-br/deeplinks/2020/0

21 TiB Of "Open Source" Software From #GitHub Is Now Stored In the #Norwegian Arctic World Archive on Svalbard island. The film reels used to store the source code should, in theory, last thousands of years.
linuxreviews.org/21_TiB_Of_%22

Had a cool idea for a project, created the git repo, wrote a README, built a webpage, made branding, opened a terminal, and went “Wait how am I actually going to do this”

"Both of these bills threaten core freedoms online, and moving an attack on encryption from one bill to another is not progress."

Riana Pfefferkorn with a must-read on why these two bills (the EARN IT Act and the LAED Act) are dangerous to our privacy, security, AND online freedom of expression. brookings.edu/techstream/the-s

#Section230 #privacy #security #encryption #EARNIT #LAED

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