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The best explination I've ever seen of why the argument against online privacy is stupid:

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The Procurement Chamber in the German state of Baden-Württemberg decided that the transfer of personal data outside of the EU is not #GDPR compatible.

“It’s a landmark decision that has a huge influence in Germany & the rest of Europe” #GDPR #SchremsII

nextcloud.com/blog/baden-wurtt

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#NextCloud CEO and founder Frank Karlitschek was approached by a #Microsoft lawyer earlier this year to make a deal.

In the meeting, the Microsoft correspondent offered benefits in the form of collaboration and marketing to Nextcloud. For example, they wanted to promote the Nextcloud logo in Microsoft marketing material – if Nextcloud would consider dropping its anti-trust complaint.

Microsoft used to be a company of jerks, liars and cheaters 40 years ago, it remains a company of jerks, liars and cheaters today.

nextcloud.com/blog/nextcloud-i

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The US should have been building these for the last 20 years instead of bickering in Congress. This is what happens when government works and acts fast.

China Just Unveiled the World’s Fastest Train – Robb Report
robbreport.com/motors/cars/chi

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