The benefit of WFH
I’ll let you work out what it stands for.
31 posts • joined 7 Apr 2018
I noticed today that, when I over clicked a photographic link in some article I was reading it went to Yelp to display the pic. On the top right hand side of the page it displayed my photo from LinkedIn.
That is fun because I am doing this on an iPad using Safari with no Yelp app. installed.
I haven’t used that picture anywhere else.
Thanks Microsoft. You bunch of <H1 style=“furious;”>Rude words</H1>.
Apparently, if they buy their software from NSO-Group, they can also monitor your WhatsApp stuff.
Check out the Amnesty International case.
Codes, cyphers, invisible ink. All were around long before SMS or telephony or general postal services. They were all used by not only miscreants but also business folk, eloping lovers etc.
This perhaps is why we should always roll our own for maximum secrecy... if not security.
They produced an analysis for the Royal Free, see https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/files.royalfree.nhs.uk/Reporting/Streams_Report.pdf.
I have read the foreword, the management summary and the bit tacked on about GDPR.
Then I got bored.
It would seem that any use of patient personal data for purposes other than those explicitly set out in the contract will be illegal, either by DeepThroat or Google.
Doesn’t mean they won’t do it though.
Also, should that AWS s3 bucket have been open?
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