We're looking to map out all technical details for how #Android apps are #tracking people, if you have ideas or more info, please submit them to our issue tracker! gitlab.com/trackingthetrackers #TrackingTheTrackers

@kio No, I may have just misunderstood what aliases are.

I thought that it would make both of my accounts confirm that I am also the other account in addition to rel-me of my website.

So I have added an account alias on both of my accounts and nothing seems to have changed or became visible in my profile.

I highly recommend this short story (When Alone Was Forgotten by Jeffrey Harrell) to anyone interested in privacy and speculative fiction: web.archive.org/web/2007082413 It’s also sold as part of a short story collection titled “The Glacier With Her Name Carved In It”.

@wiktor I appear to be running version `2.2.17-3ubuntu1` from Ubuntu Focal Fossa (development branch).

(It was originally 18.04, but I wanted systemd-resolved's DoT and I was bored and unsupervised, so I decided to seek excitement from the upcoming release and April isn't that far in the future...)

@wiktor Sorry, I mean cleaned, I keep confusing minimize and clean

What's a good way to make servers easily backuppable and the setups reproducible? NixOS? Docker feels iffy, but I do need backups, and I feel like my Pis could explode at any moment.

@wiktor That appears to be the case. I added `no-import-self-sigs-only` to my `keyserver-options` prompting gpg to complain `keyserver option 'no-import-self-sigs-only' is unknown` (also confirming that `--fetch-keys` is affected by `keyserver-options`) and after removing the excess `-import`, and fetching the same key, it suddenly gets two new signatures.

I am testing with mikaela.keybase.pub/PGP/tor-br which seems to be minimized as it contains mine and micahflee's (whom I am Keybase tracking) sigs

So, what do you folks think of our new official logo?

blog.privacytools.io/new-priva

Credits go to our lovely garbageman @dawidpotocki for the design :)!

In my complaints, apparently `gpg --fetch-keys` is affected by `keyserver-options` as I get a different result with it and `curl -LO` and `gpg --import`.

The `curl`ed file includes signature from my trusted key, while with `--fetch-keys` requires me to verify the key being correct again without giving me the hint that it may be reliable due to being signed previously.

I was verifying signature, but I could as well have been verifying .

Pro tip:

Memes that immediately polarize any two target groups are likely manufactured to manipulate social attitudes and stop the opposed groups from finding commonalities, and breaking down avenues of communication.

You should consider seeking values that bind us, not issues that divide us.

@Joshywooful I guess I was challenged into too.

As I don't like very much, I guess I am just listening to talk radios and hoping they won't play it, and hope for the best whenever I have to visit shopping centres.

In honor of "fuck black friday", Varusteleka has raised their prices by 40% for today.

circleid.com/posts/20191127_wh

Remember the name Richard Barnes. Let him forever be known as the man who sold out the internet.

Is there nothing the internet can do to block this? Are there any non-profit domains left?
I feel like this really increases the need for decentralized #DNS. How is #Namecoin doing?

news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2
#org #por #icann

@hecate Yes, I am curious in some of the Mastodon 3.x features and the local timeline seems more lively here.

Also this instance is currently in invite-only mode and I might be asked for invites, so I think I should have an account here.

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