Interesting. First they tried to storm the capital. Now their base camp is stormed. And I learned a lesson that to guarantee free speech, first make sure to protect privacy.
What is going on at Opera Software? - gHacks Tech News
Sorry, I know it's a bit of old news. But this is huge for me. I loved Opera browser for so many years, especially when Opera mini existed on Palm and Nokia times. RIP, Opera.
No wonder that I have submitted my extension on your platform for months now since October, and still waiting for reviews. Can anyone believe this?
Spacex Starlink Internet Beta: Pricing, Equipment and Speed Tests (Really Fast!)
Starlink Internet is a side project of SpaceX. Through this SpaceX CEO Elon Musk promises high-speed internet all over the world at affordable price. It will float in low Earth orbit that will allow faster internet speeds and much lower latency.
Can't wait to see it in the market. Have you guys tried it?
China's Alibaba Under Investigation By Market Regulators : NPR
From heaven to hell, Alibaba not just fucked up its biggest IPO ever in history, but also messed up with the world's largest and fiercest government. So pity, Alibaba. Is it still worth working as 996?
Ex-Zoom China Employee Faces U.S. Dissident Censoring Charge - Bloomberg
Zoom is great, revolutionary, the game-changer in the pandemic driven software industry. The only flaw is that it's censored in China. Actually Zoom has even disabled free calls in China. In so many countries Zoom works so perfectly except in China. China has been the Achilles' Heel of Zoom, which is ironic because it's projected to be a Chinese software, at least some are saying that.
China's new digital currency front has caught the world napping
So the new Cold War is based on technology. China Digital Currency is not just centralized, which is totally the opposite of block chain, but also the world's biggest surveillance tool, has the potential of competing with SWIFT. Who said China is not creative?
Jeffrey Paul: Your Computer Isn't Yours
This shit blocks every apps failed to open? Bad practice, apple! Do you know that the Internet has divided into two parts, the Internet and the Chinese intranet? So confident that you think Chinese ISPs won't mess the route up?
Back to privacy issue, well I dont have any problem about that, because I don't have privacy at all. Welcome to China.
Since October of 2012, Apple is a partner in the US military intelligence community’s PRISM spying program, which grants the US federal police and military unfettered access to this data without a warrant, any time they ask for it. In the first half of 2019 they did this over 18,000 times, and another 17,500+ times in the second half of 2019.
This is very interesting. Be sure, US citizens, that this kind of information stays in the US, not grabbed by any country other than US military. Otherwise you will be a surveillance state, too.