@Gargron
I agree with what the others are saying. Save them if it goes completely crazy.

#Facebook plans to change its name as part of company rebrand – report
theguardian.com/technology/202

Dear #Fediverse, this is the opportunity we get once in a lifetime -- we can suggest a new name for Facebook!

Quick first ideas:
- Failbook
- The Antisocial Network
- Zuckity
- Tire-All Corporation
- Aperture Data Science

@aral
I feel exactly the same way. Very unfortunate that it should go like this, but it's their own fault, fools.

@Gargron
You are absolutely right that web 3 is often associated with cryptocurrency, but for me it means the same as take 3 as described by Sir. Tim Berners-lee.
solidproject.org/take3

@neil
I have been waiting a long time for when we should experience such an article. Too bad the mainstream thinks that's how the Internet is shaped.

sigh...😣
"For Apple Pay Visa, the researchers were able to craft messages that resulted in fraudulent payments from a locked iPhone to any EMV shop reader, for any amount. The tests were made for payments up to £1,000 (roughly US$ 1,350). Mastercard is stricter, requiring readers to have a transit merchant code before allowing this functionality."
blog.malwarebytes.com/exploits

Just thinking. 🤔
If Facebook could disappear for 6 hours on Monday, then maybe it could disappear forever now on Monday. I feel lucky!

@aral
I completely agree with you, but to me it does not seem that anyone wants to legislate in that area, otherwise it would have happened.

It seems to me that now they have someone, at least if we look at the EU to give them a fine from time to time, and then Margrete Vestager and the EU are satisfied. Seems to me like the fines they issue are a form of unpaid tax.

I also hope that people will soon realize that there are actually alternatives that are real, instead of that other fake shit.

@aral
That was great news, finally. Congratulations. 😄

Fediverse suits me so well. Have been on the other mainstream platforms, it's just never really been a match for me.
After a long break from the social platforms, I finally got on Mastodon and it's so cool and feels so real and genuine. Just hoping the future will reduce the big instances to some smaller ones so we don’t end up with a similar scenario as we see on the mainstream today. My highest wish is that it will be easier for people to be able to install and operate an instance themselves.

@obsolete29
I think Typora is good on MacOS at least. However, do not know if it is as good on Linux
typora.io/

@obsolete29
No no I do not hate them either and use it in the same way as you, but I keep my eyes open for other possibilities, but have not found anything better yet that can be so easily used by everyone, regardless of their technical ability.

@obsolete29
Well, you are absolutely right. Yes, they could make a back door, but their server is open source, but that of course does not mean that they do not use a different model than the one they state, and then there is after all, also the client who is open source, and so not really anyway as both iOS and Android are locked in Apple and Goggles walled gardens.
I can easily see what you mean, and yes it is difficult to navigate what is written in a policy.

@obsolete29
I never experience problems with their service and I also do not quite understand why it is called a fully centralized service, as there are very few things that are stored on their server, such as. telephone number and latest use of the service. According to them, the rest is only stored temporarily, and is pushed out to the client when it is online again

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