Read Twitter privately with Nitter RSS feeds

Read Twitter privately with Nitter RSS feeds

I'm going to outline how you can read Twitter privately, by using a RSS feed reader and Nitter RSS feeds."Nitter is a free and open source alternative Twitter front-end focused on privacy".The feed can be retrieved for a single user (e.g. nitter.decent.social/lexfridman/rss) and contains their last 20 tweets.

How to ditch Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn — and still follow people and organizations you like

How to ditch Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn — and still follow people and organizations you like

You don’t need Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram or any other social media platform to “follow” your interests on the web, whether that be people, organizations, news, podcasts, or blogs.

'My wife tried to order some clothes tonight. When she logged in, she was in someone else's account ... Now someone's charged her card'

'My wife tried to order some clothes tonight. When she logged in, she was in someone else's account ... Now someone's charged her card'

A Reg reader last night spoke of the horrifying moment he realized an online store used by his wife was mixing up some of its online customers, allowing people to gain access to some strangers' personal information and order carts.

Edison Mail rolls back update after iOS users reported they could see strangers’ emails

Edison Mail rolls back update after iOS users reported they could see strangers’ emails

Edison Mail has rolled back a software update that apparently let some users of its iOS app see emails from strangers’ accounts.We are contacting the impacted Edison Mail users (limited to a subset of those users who have updated and opened the app in the last 10 hours) to notify them.”.

A thread written by @chopraftc

A thread written by @chopraftc

$5 billion sounds like a lot, but the fine print in the settlement has a lot for $FB to celebrate. 3) The settlement fine print gives Facebook broad immunity for “known” and “unknown” violations.

Dear Brian Krebs, no more doxxing as a result of a disagreement, please.

Dear Brian Krebs, no more doxxing as a result of a disagreement, please.

Vincent Canfield showcased tangible proof that Spamhaus lied about their campaign against port scanners. One week later on the 25 of April Brian Krebs, a well-known Journalist and investigative reporter enters the confrontation conversation and doxxed not only Vincent Canfield but also uɐpʇ[email protected] ✸.

SDPD Quietly Stopped Sharing License Plate Data With the Feds

SDPD Quietly Stopped Sharing License Plate Data With the Feds

Last April, Voice of San Diego revealed that the department was sharing data it collected through a network of cameras that scan license plates and record the date, time and GPS location of the cars that pass them.

The internet of human things: Implants for everybody and how we get there

The internet of human things: Implants for everybody and how we get there

Also: How smart contact lenses will help keep an eye on your health Occasionally, I get a so-called compatible terminal that doesn't actually work, so then I try it with my iPhone, which also has similar NFC technology installed on it to work with Apple Pay. And, if that doesn't work, I pull out my credit card as a last resort.

A thread written by @The3Million

A thread written by @The3Million

1/ The @ukhomeoffice is forcing every EU citizen applying for Settled Status to accept its Privacy policy that allows it to share all data with "public and private sector organisations in the UK and overseas".

A thread written by @matthew

A thread written by @matthew

GCHQ has proposal to surveill encrypted messaging and phone calls. For various reasons, some systems like WhatsApp allow the server to add new users to your group chat. The reason nobody hardens their key distribution systems against these attacks is because vendors saw them as impractical.

Developing privacy-aware applications with Python and I2P

Developing privacy-aware applications with Python and I2P

For example, this is how you connect to "udhdrtrcetjm5sxzskjyr5ztpeszydbh4dpl3pl4utgqqw2v4jna.b32.i2p", send HTTP GET request and read the response (it is "i2p-projekt.i2p" web server): remote_host = "udhdrtrcetjm5sxzskjyr5ztpeszydbh4dpl3pl4utgqqw2v4jna.b32.i2p" reader , writer = await i2plib .

Google News app bug is using up gigabytes of background data without users’ knowledge

Google News app bug is using up gigabytes of background data without users’ knowledge

Some users of Google News for Android are reporting that the app has used up excessive amounts of background data, leading to overage charges. In some extreme cases, the Google News app used up to 24GB of data, leading to overage charges of up to $385, users reported.

A thread written by @fs0c131y

A thread written by @fs0c131y

I will study the app HiAction another time but what you have to know is that this app is sending the data to hicloud[.]com, "the Huawei Cloud" 2. Decision app is getting this location and check with his internal databases.

This company embeds microchips in its employees, and they love it

This company embeds microchips in its employees, and they love it

Three Square Market CEO Todd Westby enters the company's office by holding his microchipped hand near an RFID reader. McMullan says only some of the information stored on the chip in his hand is encrypted, but he argues that similar personal information could be stolen from his wallet, too.