In addition to Palantir, LAPD uses "Media Sonar": an online surveillance tool promising:
"full digital snapshot of an individual's online presence including all related personas and connections."
@Wetrix thats crazy
Al's Geek Lab posts videos about the history of the PC and PC software, especially its early days in the 1980s and 1990s. You can follow at:
If the videos aren't visible on your instance yet, you can see them all at https://tilvids.com/accounts/alsgeeklab/videos
Do you have a WordPress Blog?
Did you know you can connect it to the Fediverse so that people on Mastodon can follow you and comment on your posts?
It works through the WordPress ActivityPub plugin:
(You can also find this by searching for "ActivityPub" in the plugins section of your WordPress blog)
The plugin's developer is on the Fediverse at @pfefferle
@Wetrix eh, up to you. The lights are still on and a few people here. You can always just follow their new accounts from here anyway.
I like it here, so I’m holding onto this one to see what happens. I’ve got accounts on a few instances just to check them out. Different kinds of convos on different instances…
@tgnvs I assume this is better than yubikey
@Wetrix i was wondering where these went. You dropped off for a bit
Manufacturers affected include:
Realtek brand routers, AIgital, ASUSTek, Beeline, Belkin, Buffalo, D-Link, Edimax, Huawei, LG, Logitec, MT-Link, Netis, Netgear, Occtel, PATECH, TCL, Sitecom, TCL, ZTE, Zyxel..
@kravietz sounds good. I bookmarked your website
@kravietz I enjoy your posts - are you planning to move to another instance?
If this place shuts down soon I can be found on fosstodon:
@lnx well it was fun here. I’ll hang around until the lights go dark I guess. I’ve got an account on fosstodon that’ll be my primary now. Same name.
Privacy-focused computer nerd