Don’t include GDPR-questionable external resources on your web site

Many web sites, web services, and “modern” web applications use a number of frameworks and packages. This can include Javasript, fonts (“web fonts”), CSS, and images. It is very common that these resources are served from external sources, such as Google, CDN, and so on. Don’t do that. It is …

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The tip of the iceberg: Cambridge Analytica and Facebook

The short version of this post: Wake the fuck up and smell the maple nut crunch! The somewhat longer version follows. The Netflix “documentary”, “The Great Hack”, is a great beginning of something that will take years to be argued, debated, and (mis)understood. Thinking that Cambridge Analytica is the “bad …

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Spotify. Privacy Policy. Oxymoron.

So Spotify’s new “Privacy Policy” (an oxymoron by the way), dated Aug 17 2015, all of a sudden allows the company and possibly its partners to utilize things like media files and photos stored on your phone. “With your permission”, according to Spotify. Some posts on the Internet claims “There’s …

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