"How Facebook tracks you on Android (even if you don’t have a Facebook account)" media.ccc.de/v/35c3-9941-how_f

TL;DW: every Android app that includes the Facebook SDK (usually used for a "log in with Facebook" button) sends a beacon to Facebook as soon as the app is open (in the default settings for the SDK, so most developers don't disable it).


How neat. KDE Plasma Mobile on a nice device. The Librem 5 now has a competitor.

Also, it is manufactured in Finland! Which is kind of cool too!

fuck it i'm unfriending people

that boy i haven't talked to since middle school

the college acquaintances i keep on my friend list for fear of vague social reprisals

that one girl from middle school i'm somehow friends with

this is gonna be good for me eventually

it's understandable that sci fi in the 50s 60s and 70s was way more upbeat because it really seemed like technology would improve the human condition. Then in the 90s when technology started really affecting the human condition sci fi suddenly got way darker, because it turns out tech is only beneficial when your society is set up to use it right


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