Here's the vital Rosa Luxemberg point -- "Those who do not move, do not notice their chains" -- applied to why unthreatening people who don't dissent don't value privacy.
It's the same reason why people who don't dissent from orthodoxies don't care about viewpoint suppression.
Verge: "reporters at The Verge have never been measured by their pageviews, or even given easy access to them"
Also Verge: "March was The Verge's all-time biggest month, with 54m unique visitors and 98m pageviews."
These daily newsletters are becoming very ranty. I swear it's not me, it's the fucking ridiculous bullshit that's in the news these days...
FOXTROT/ALFA: For-Pay LibreOffice, Robot Subs, US to Backdoor All End-to-End Crypto
Ich bin wieder hiiiiiier......
In meinem Reviiiiiiiiiier.......
It's time for another episode of my privacy and politics podcast! This time, I have a conversation about the current state of journalism with fellow critical thinker @MstevnsMJ@twitter.com.
The Private Citizen 28: Journalism in Crisis https://privatecitizen.press/episode/28/
Bit of a rant on cowboy hats and virtue signalling in today's newsletter...
FOXTROT/ALFA: Tech Culture Wars, Big-IP Vulnerabilities, Internet Archive Misused as CDN https://fab.industries/newsletter/2020/134/
"Last of Us II"
""Look for the Light""
After finishing the game I felt so very inspired by the breathtaking environments done by amazing artists at @Naughty_Dog@twitter.com! So I did what I had to do! #Fanart #Lastofus #LastOfUsPartII #voxel #voxelart #magicavoxel
“The Frangipanis are Flowering”
Investigative journalist, freelance. Publicly financed podcaster. Novelist? Game developer?? 🦊📝🎙
Per procrastinatum ad astra