Out of all the things Google does to violate the privacy of internet users, they're now in a $5bn lawsuit because sites can track visitors using Google Analytics while the visitor is using Chrome browser Incognito mode 🤯
‘One-third of all Americans killed by strangers are killed by police.’
HEY, rubber bullets aren’t made out of rubber.
they are metal bullets coated with a thin layer of rubber. the cops obviously know this. they aren’t non lethal. they are not meant for close range.
they were invented as a way to break up riots by firing the bullet at the ground with the intent to bounce into people’s legs without much injury and are expected to produce contusions, abrasions, and hematomas in those cases but they can kill.
police that are shooting them point blank at people's heads are shooting to kill.
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Antifa dichiarata organizzazione terroristica da Trump
i built a tool for quickly scrubbing metadata from images and selectively painting / blurring faces and identifiable features. it runs on a phone or computer directly in the browser, and doesn't send info anywhere:
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