Out of sight?
Will this partition be visible and accessible to Bleachbit and related tools?
17 posts • joined 10 Apr 2017
+1 for Devuan for taking on such a big task. I tried to remove systemd from CentOS and pulled out hair from here and there then finally threw in the towel.
Another one for the list of systemd-free is Alpine Linux. I have replace most of my VPS CentOS VM's with Alpine Linux and have never been happier. Very light-weight, very secure and very update to date.
The government are looking for a way to pawn off legal responsibility. That is the not responsibility of website owners, ISP's, VPN's or businesses. UK gov, have your website owners add one header, then the legal responsibility is on the parents to police their kids.
The header looks like this:
It is up to the parent to install parental control software. No need to argue the feasibility of this on mobile devices, the legal liability is no longer yours or that of any website and no need to own the risk of managing personal details.
What if the primary purpose of Pokemon Go was to further the data gathering of the former Keyhole project and give Google video footage and pictures from GPS coordinates that cars can't get to?
Should the first amendment be used, even if many of the locations Keyhole sent users to gather data contained non-public surroundings? Obviously in this case, it is a public park, so it is public. I am asking about the overall intent of the project in this case.
This can't be the same NSA that created SELinux. It has taken me years to get even parts of my org to use SELinux due to the complexity. I won't even contemplate suggesting MLS policies and removing the unconfined users, because I know it will be too hard. Only the NSA can manage such complicated security controls, right?
People weren't willing to use windows without being logged in as an admin account, so we created anti-virus.
People weren't willing to enable a simple S25R regex to their mail servers, so now we have anti-spam.
People didn't force ISP's to enable ingress / egress filtering of IP space they own, so now we need CDN's to mitigate DDoS.
People weren't willing to build their own VPN's and force websites to encrypt everything and sue ISP's that tamper with their traffic, so now we will have a new VPN market.
What is the root cause?
I have a flip phone that costs the same as 2 pints of beer. It is not registered in my name and I have never walked mindlessly into a water fountain staring at it. A single charge is good for about a week with modest to little voice usage. It can do voice and text just fine. I don't even care if they ever push out a security update.
I wager my phone is smarter than these fondleslabs.
If Mozilla decide to drop Firefox, I will use one of the lesser maintained forks of it. I archive the XPI's for the addons just in case. I have Chrome for the 1 website that Firefox and my addons selection do not play well together. For everything else, there is Lynx.
Also, why did the planet story get taken down?
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