I've released a masterpiece article in the #Compact magazine. This publication aims to help you getting a good understanding of the place of #opensource in our modern business world. #freesoftware #riskmanagement #license #trust #securityrisks
...and while we're talking about Wikipedia lists, this is a juicy one:
"List of commercial video games with available source code"
@phessler in that case indeed you cannot move out, I just wanted to confirm as my wife had similar concern while her sticker wasn’t expired.
With this sticker you cannot move abroad, but you can legally move in all countries members of the Schengen area.
@phessler if it works as in the Netherlands you should have a sticker in your passport testifying your residence permit demand is being processed. This is sufficient in Schengen, just to let you know.
@phessler you can at least take your car in the surrounding countries. There is literally no control in the Schengen area.
Axel Voss, one of the MEPs that campaigned for all that upload filter nonsense that would make running Mastodon in the EU more complicated, is now saying Europe is in danger of becoming a "digital colony" of the US or China because of a lack of European social networks
@sean if there is only one, why doing it complicated?
‘My GitHub account has been restricted due to US sanctions as I live in Crimea.’ (Project status · Issue #289 · tkashkin/GameHub) - https://redd.it/ci5e49
Facial recognition will soon be everywhere. Are we prepared? -
@CSB True for both assertions
@fribbledom So true. Well there is the Windows store :)
How come people expect everything they run on their mobiles to come as an "app", but then refuse to access anything but a website on their computers?
Personally I prefer "real" apps on all my platforms, but I get it:
Installing computer programs is perceived as more complicated than tapping Install in the app store. This needs to be addressed though.
Linux would have all the right tools here: package management & sandboxing. It's a shame it still lacks the traction it would so deserve.
Just attach the your public key to all of your email. That's what I'm keeping doing, but actually no-one ever answer me back with a public key so we can chat securely, not even among cyber security professionals ...
I think generalisation of email encryption failed somewhere.
Security Architect, crazy about new techs and resilient infrastructures.
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