Surveillance Capitalists be like,
"I'm going to rob your house tonight. Uncheck these 200 checkboxes representing each item in your house that I am going to take. Any checkbox you fail to check gives us the permission to rob that item. And we can't guarantee the list here is exhaustive, nor that our 1000 partners won't rob your house."
We shouldn't be "opting out" of their violations of our rights. We should be asking what gives them the right to steal our behavioral data in the first place.
Does Trisquel supports many packages as Debian?
I am clear data on a disk petition to install Manjora.
Debian testing drives me crazy
When I started pixelfed, stuff like blocks or mutes wasn't even on my radar.
I have never experienced abuse or harassment online. I've never blocked an account on twitter. It was naive to think those should not be a priority based on my own experiences.
I've learned so much this past year, and strive to build a safer alternative to IG for everyone.
It might take a bit longer, but it sure is worth it!
Well, is there any good desktop music player for #funkwhale that you recommend? lol
I don't personally recommend Adblock Plus due to their ad whitelisting, but the idea is similar.
Public Service Announcement:
"uBlock Origin" and "uBlock" are two different privacy plugins for web browsers.
✅ uBlock Origin is the one switching.social recommends
❌ uBlock is NOT recommended
For more information on why they have such similar names but are so different:
p.s. Switching.social recommends installing both uBlock Origin and Privacy Badger (https://www.eff.org/privacybadger) alongside each other.
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