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Kermode wrote the following post Tue, 20 Sep 2022 14:19:46 +0200
When people say they have nothing to hide, let's reply:

* Post your passwords here
* Write down everybody you hate
* Tell the world who you voted for
* List all the videos you watched

- Medical history.
- Sensitive conversations with employers, children, spouses.
- Billing and banking information.
- Purchase information.
- Web search history.
And more...

I need privacy. Not because my actions are questionable, but because 'your' judgement and intentions are.

And it doesn't matter whether or not my communications are weighty or frivolous in nature - they are mine and only for those whom I've chosen to share them with. Not the government's, nor goog's, nor my ISP's, but mine.

Also, what is legal where I live today, may not be legal tomorrow and my discussion of it may incriminate my future self. It has happened in the past many times to others in other places.

⚠️TBlock 2.4.0 was released and it contains some important security fixes.
You should update as soon as possible.

No existe nada, ni fisica, ni neurologicamente, que demuestre que el cerebro del HOMBRE es superior al de la MUJER. Nada. Las ultimas investigaciones cientificas apuntan a que son ELLAS, quienes mas CONEXIONES NEURONALES realizan de manera simultanea y exitosa.

Esta es la mejor versión de Linux si eres principiante y quieres aprenderlo todo⁣


.."The Federal Trade Commission has kickstarted an effort to expand data privacy rules and regulations that could place additional restrictions on how firms collect and use personal information."..


.."Even if thieves tell you that they "reverse engineered" or jailbroken your stolen iPhone and will sell your data if you don't remove your iCloud device lock — don't. Here's why you shouldn't and why you should feel safe about it."..


.."NASA is sending an iPad around the moon as part of a technology demonstration with Amazon Alexa and Webex by Cisco."..


Web 3? No thank you. Web 1.0 please.
Electric cars? No thank you. Light rails, trains, and bikes, please.
Ever faster computing devices? No thank you. Cleaner, leaner, and more minimalist software, please.

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