> Canonical Extends Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Linux Support to 10 Years
Surprise surprise 😱
"Google has been accused of breaking promises to patients, after the company announced it would be moving a healthcare-focused subsidiary, DeepMind Health, into the main arm of the organisation."
Reminder that patients did not even give consent to this data going to Google in the first place:
Google has no problem breaking privacy promises. They cannot be trusted.
I'm actively recruiting volunteer devs for a native Signal / Signal-like client in Gtk, in the hopes that we can bring it to the @Purism Librem 5 phone. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
PGP/GPG: FA9D 40F1 5FE1 D8AB 8312 4AAA 77E3 1447 CD1F C3F6
It is now illegal in Pennsylvania to donate a book to someone incarcerated.
Instead, books must be purchased as ebooks through prison profiteer GTL or ordered through the DOC
This is an attack on gift economies and free speech/culture while expanding the surveillance capitalist, carceral state.
A backdoor is a vulnerability by definition. When Politicians demand backdoors to encryption, they are not asking us to choose between security and privacy. They are asking us to choose no security: https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/why-a-backdoor-is-a-security-risk
@qwazix Why would Exxon Mobil sponsor a conference on the environment? Why would Philip Morris sponsor a conference on healthcare?
Because it gives them legitimacy.
That’s why those companies would never be allowed to sponsor legitimate conferences on those subjects. That we don’t see a problem with it in tech tells me that we don’t/won’t understand that Google and Facebook are to human rights and democracy what Exxon Mobil and Philip Morris are to the environment & our health.
Sono un appassionato di politica, tecnologia, medicina e del mondo GNU/Linux.
I'm interested in politics, tech, medicine and GNU/Linux's world.
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