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#youbroketheinternet
You broke the Internet! We'll make ourselves a GNU one! A project to get a new communications stack off the ground and cut out the man in the middle.
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#youbroketheinternet Feb 11
Oh wait, I misunderstood and wrote in a confusing way. The original intention of the facebookcorewwwi is to empower dissidents: — but it does give the program participants a way to trace the location of dissidents…
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#youbroketheinternet Feb 11
Why try to repair Facebook as if it wasn't a serious threat to democracy itself? Let's please develop a fully distributed social networking system that is part of the basic Internet protocols and make all centralized social networks illegal.
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#youbroketheinternet Feb 11
. found that data can predict a user’s personality as accurately as their spouse can. If they are transparent and easy to manipulate they can't vote or form an opposition party freely! Collection of personal data MUST be illegal if we want to keep democracy!
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#youbroketheinternet Feb 11
Until then the Internet is de-facto a , no matter how much the optimists deny this and try to apply old-fashioned laws. If there's no such thing as , you can't punish anyone…
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#youbroketheinternet Feb 11
That's why we don't believe any legislation that forbids things, but doesn't impede them technically, will be enforceable in most occasions. We need to impose a technical change.
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#youbroketheinternet Feb 11
It's digital. There is no such thing as . We observed this behavior from Facebook but we cannot prove something that arrived TLS-encrypted from Facebook to us.
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#youbroketheinternet Feb 11
Replying to @SamuelStolton @EU_EDPS
Is someone representing the possibility of making psycho-social manipulation *technically* impossible by law, or is the whole event based on mitigating the status quo of a manipulation-friendly Internet?
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hanno Feb 11
Wow: Some australian kids in Australia don't want to get Measles or other potentially deadly diseases, so they secretly ignore their parents Antivax beliefs and get the vaccine themself.
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#youbroketheinternet Feb 11
Yes, it's not about de-anonymization but being able to trace the location of dissidents which was the original intention for to introduce these accesses. By the way, since we tweeted about this, the phenomenon has stopped… at least for us.
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Bundeskartellamt Feb 7
Decision in Facebook-Case: prohibits from merging user data from different sources. PR:
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#youbroketheinternet Feb 7
Seems like has started de-anonymizing users of its access: by leaving the HTML incomplete the browser keeps the connection open, this allows authorities to trace the route across the network.
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#youbroketheinternet Feb 5
Nice example of for : By not being obliged to , they look unimportant against the old chaps "forced" to wear uniform.
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Evgeny Morozov Feb 5
The future of Europe looks bright - but only if you’re a German economist. On the one hand, Europe will be colonized by Chinese & American Big Tech, a giant market for stuff & services made elsewhere. On the other hand, it will have the toughest competition policy in the world.
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Liberty Feb 5
Great news! Cardiff's administrative court has agreed to our request for judicial review of lawless police use of . This a dangerously intrusive technology that has no place on the streets of a free, rights-respecting democracy
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#youbroketheinternet Jan 30
is a problem that could be regulated away quite easily. The real problem is during elections which could ruin our ability to elect anyone willing to regulate
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Marietje Schaake Jan 30
Does giving 13 year olds 20$ count as ‘consent’ to access their most private information?
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#youbroketheinternet Jan 30
Good news. We told you 5 years ago. Can we avoid spending another 5 years until we agree that the kind of we need has to be profound and complete to make any risk to democracy technically impossible? A like ?
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#youbroketheinternet Jan 30
Replying to @hoofnagle
Individually we may feel comforted to get some dosh, but then we lose democracy & civil liberties. This thinking is nonsensical as the violates the of our democracies and must be discontinued. The is bogus.
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Selena Jan 29
"Facebook sidesteps the App Store and rewards teenagers and adults to download the Research app and give it root access in what may be a violation of Apple policy so the social network can decrypt and analyze their phone activity" yow
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Simon Skoczylas 22 Apr 14
In the past we thought the evil will be . But i think it will be named something like or ! !
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