@tony It's been over a year, I don't think they'll do it unless it preserves their market position, and allowing room for competition doesn't.
NSA warns against using DoH inside enterprise networks
The NSA urges companies to host their own DoH resolvers and avoid sending DNS traffic to third-parties.
"Just as you don’t expect your phone company to start making decisions about who you can call, you don’t expect your conferencing service to start making decisions about who can join your meeting."
This article by the EFF is really good. I like how they explain their concern about censorship as it pertains to the stack. It’s one thing for a FaceBook and Twitter to ban a user, it’s quite another for App Store and infrastructure providers to do it to platforms. They are, in many ways, becoming part of the web fabric. https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2021/01/beyond-platforms-private-censorship-parler-and-stack
Why use a paper guestbook when we have git? Sign my with git bash https://scriptjunkie.us/guestbook/:
net use '\\scriptjunkie.us@SSL@443\guestbook'
MSYS_NO_PATHCONV=1 git clone '\\scriptjunkie.us@SSL@443\guestbook\gb' && git -C gb commit --allow-empty -m 'Hello!' && git -C gb push
In the middle of yesterday, Facebook kicked off a WhatsApp chat-blocking notice forcing you to agree to sharing sensitive information with Facebook to message your friends; when WA is the primary way I keep up with people I care about in DC.
But that hasn't wrapped up per https://www.courtlistener.com/docket/16281249/united-states-v-zaidi/
Ticketmaster Pays $10 Million Criminal Fine for Intrusions into Competitor’s Computer Systems.
Zeeshan Zaidi, the main culprit, is still getting sentenced personally as well.
Well congratulations to Corellium
For anyone interested in the history of RiseUp.net, one of the oldest community-hosting collectives using and recommending exclusively free code software, here's a 2020 interview with some of the collective members:
Note the comments on the role of Indymedia in their genesis and growth.