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2 hours ago by marek-saji
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Mastodon Is Better than Twitter: Elevator Pitch Mastodon is a newcomer social media platform that is a lot like Twitter—short messages, followers, hashtags, all that. via Pocket
ifttt  pocket  article  community  mastodon  messaging  privacy 
20 hours ago by jeremyday
How WeChat came to rule China - The Verge
"Now WeChat is poised to become China’s electronic ID system, state-run Xinhua reported in December. WeChat will issue virtual ID cards, which individuals would use in lieu of physical state-issued ID cards. Since WeChat requires users to register with their real names per government policy, it’s not a stretch to imagine that one day, WeChat may fully replace state IDs."
wechat  china  mmc6612  socialmedia  government  privacy 
21 hours ago by macloo
Fare Payment Without the Stasi | Pedestrian Observations
Across the Pond, transit agencies salivate over the ability to track passenger movements through smartcards and contactless credit cards, which is framed either as the need for data or as a nebulous anti-crime measure. Fortunately, free countries have some alternative models.
transportation  privacy  article 
22 hours ago by marshallim
Tech's most egregious violations of user privacy - Axios
With tech becoming more and more sophisticated, users don't pay as close attention as they probably should to what they're signing on for, and if their information is being inappropriately used.
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22 hours ago by marshallim
The government is ratcheting up its surveillance powers. But we can stop this | Scott Ludlam | Opinion | The Guardian
The good news is, the war on maths is postponed, because maths won. The government appears to have given up on its ambition of undermining the global encryption standards that underpin secure communications on the internet.
australia  politics  privacy 
23 hours ago by jeffhammond

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