The threat is real. Here in Europe people are getting impatient and the start of spring doesn’t help. Of course there’s also the fact that we’re now about 1 year later and in a worse position than when it started. People don’t want to even take the effort any more and just ignore warnings. This will backfire… Read more
In politics nothing is ever permanent. That’s why you always have to be vigilant. Laws an orders are only enforced if the people in power care about it. Just look at every other country where despots rise.
Too many wheel for a bike and not enough wheel for a car. ND
I’m no boomer, no dice.
Depending on the company, you could come out with a staggering 0$.
Yes, but we’ll be seeing people throwing him under the bus, which is also entertaining. Some part of me misses him on twitter. I’d like to see him rage.
As a person that could get diabetes type 1, but never did even though I am old now, I wholly welcome a non-invasive fitbit that measures my glucose level. Currently I only go every 6 months to the hospital to check my level as I don’t really have it (I just have autoimmune body, but somehow my sugar levels are always… Read more
Welcome to my world. Nobody cares about security until the news cares about it.
I’m not sure that Google will follow up on their threat. What’s next? They’ll get out of the EU because they amp privacy laws? If they get out of every country they don’t agree with, then they really start limiting their reach. And for a company in Marketing/Data collecting, this really is a bad idea. Read more
My reaction to the ban: