Mozilla has launched DNS over HTTPS (DoH) in their browser to protect the privacy of users by default! Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Introduces Bill To Create A Data Protection Agency, and A new version of Cockpit is out!
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- Flatcar Container Linux enters new era after CoreOS End-of-Life announcement | Kinvolk
- OpenSSH 8.2 Release
- Uses This / Paul Davis — My current machine is a self-built system based on an AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2950X (16 cores). It has 64GB of RAM, a 500GB NVEme drive as the primary storage, along with a secondary 500GB SSD and an external 2TB USB SSD. This system has totally changed the way I work. Compiling Ardour can take a long time - my previous system took about 9 minutes for a full build. The Ryzen system takes 2m50s! This is really helpful for encouraging me to feel entirely free to make frequent code changes that may require full rebuilds. When that now takes less than 3 minutes, its easy to not hesitate about making changes.
- OpenSSH with Fido2 and Trezor
- Cockpit 213 — Cockpit Project
- Open source licenses: What, which, and why | Ars Technica
- 92% of Americans would delete an app that sold their personal information - TechRepublic
- A new Senate bill would create a US data protection agency | TechCrunch
- The Facts: Mozilla’s DNS over HTTPs (DoH) - Open Policy & Advocacy
- Public recursive name server - Wikipedia