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@ansugeisler True. My only problem with GDPR is that it depends heavily on the competence of national agencies: in the case of the UK, the ICO is not entirely fit for purpose.

@cathal I missed that, but I liked the fact that you could use it against the site's maker if you choose to input personal data in the form.

Umm, you're still doing it wrong.

"passwords are randomly generated by the system and they need to be stores in plaintext so that we can send you the reminder in case you forgot it."

twitter.com/ppentestlabs/statu

Calendar apps that spy on user data, beware: Your days are numbered.
The Proton team discusses the development process for the upcoming ProtonCalendar. You'll get to try the beta yourself very soon. Stay tuned. youtube.com/watch?v=ImPzVl6GAy

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AP News: Ex-Fed Chair Volcker dies, tamed inflation with recession Ex-Fed Chair Volcker dies, tamed inflation with recession

apnews.com/d91989c6d267295f565

BBC coverage of US impairment of the WTO appellate body 

UK higher ed strikes and such 

UK higher ed strikes and such 

UK higher ed strikes and such 

@RobinWang Ah, that's not so bad. I was imagining this was happening in the middle of an ongoing conversation.

I'm always curious about how people deal with the phone distraction in teaching situations because I don't want my initial reaction to be one of frustration.

UK higher ed strikes and such 

UK higher ed strikes and such 

UK politics 

@troubleMoney I'm guessing it would take a huge 007/Omega fan to shell out for one of these.

I like the colors, but I think something similar can be had in stainless steel for, say, Β£500.

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