NOYB, the privacy watchdog from Austria, achieves an important result: the Austrian regulator determines that the use of Google Analytics violates the GDPR.
@zkat 👋 I'm building Dropserver, an application server/platform for hosting personal web services.
No blockchains or anything web3, just an attempt to give users control over the code that they interact with on the internet, without throwing the whole client-server model out the window.
(It's still very new and far from generally usable)
The Metaverse can suck it. Check this out instead
What you need to know about the Facebook Papers https://www.accessnow.org/facebook-papers-what-you-need-to-know/
my Japanese-inspired programming language, Haku, is coming along nicely. I try to work on it a little every day, and I have now the drafts for the parser, abstract syntax tree, AST reader and a Scheme emitter, as well as an input source reader that can handle vertical text.
I wonder why anyone would consider using this language. It is hard to write programs in and there are no advantages to using it as it is quite basic. But creating the language is a lot of fun.
I just launched a new art project in the form of a Mastodon bot that will slowly tell a story over the course of three weeks by posting a drawing every day. You can follow it at @dailystory
The bot post the first image on Monday April 12 and post a new image everyday at 6 pm UTC (as long as nothing breaks).
I hope you all enjoy it.
"An erosion of democracy when the agency of an elected government is reduced proportionately to the pace with which private companies are empowered"
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!