Identity Providers are basically recording your login and sharing this information with other pages. Here GMX sends your login ID "tpid" to Adition which shares its own cookie with several ad tech companies using a classic cookie matching. In this case only with your consent.
Other Publishers like Spiegel Online, BILD and SPORT1 track households based on the IP address (also with consent).
I need to defend Hetzner here, they just doing their job. DMCA was always a troll tool, platforms like GitHub, Hetzner etc just forwarding, without checking every detail because that would require lots of time and research.
Copyright law is still fundamentally broken and this is the real thing here, not that Hetzner took it down. We need more up-2-date laws and guidance how to deal with such cases and find workarounds instead of taking everything offline.
I've sent a complaint to Streamlabs regarding them stealing OBS trademark and userbase and being absolute pricks, demanding they stop.
Do the same!
This comany needs to change or fold.
Details were covered excellently by EposVox:
- At least 250GB of free disk space to check out the code and an extra 150 GB to build it. If you conduct multiple builds, you need additional space.
- At least 16 GB of available RAM is required, but Google recommends 64 GB.
As of June 2021, Google is using 72-core machines with 64 GB of RAM internally, which take about 40 minutes for a full build (and just a few minutes for incremental builds, depending on exactly which files were modified). By contrast, a 6-core machine with a similar amount of RAM takes 3 hours.
and people complain about js devstacks.........
The network ID numbers (equivalent of an IP address or phone number) are publicly available, so an attacker could trivially inject fake traffic pretending to be real planes.
I dunno, I worry about this shit.
So from the reading I did a while ago on ADS-B, the new kinda-mesh-network-y protocol for planes to report their position to air traffic control, there is basically no security baked into the protocol.
Nothing's encrypted, nothing's signed. Packets may be passed on peer-to-peer to allow traffic data to get around gaps in ground station reception, with no way to authenticate that it came from the original plane untampered-with.
if you are experiencing extremely slow downloads from youtube with youtube-dl on linux, patch your youtube like this:
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Gahhh I just hit "send" on the final book chapter and it's SCARY. I've submitted this thing about a billion times before, why does the last time feel so consequential?
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