#fsfe #root #rooting #jailbreaking #jailbreaker #android #phones #mobile #os #so #smartphones #gnu #linux #freesw #freesoftware #europe #ue #eu
Does rooting your device (e.g. an Android phone) and replacing its operating system with something else void your statutory warranty, if you are a consumer?
Zudem sei Android One "sehr stark an Google angebunden" und man bevorzuge es hier, "so unabhängig wie möglich" zu bleiben.
Technisch sei das Fairphone 3 seinem Vorgänger nicht nur bei der Leistung überlegen, sondern vor allem auch in Sachen Kamera und Akkulaufzeit.
Man sei stolz auf das bisher Dennoch sei das Fairphone "noch weit davon entfernt", hundertprozentig "fair" zu sein. Die größte Herausforderung sei, dass man beim Aufbau vieler Lieferketten ganz von vorne beginnen müsse.
Die Einführung des neuen Standards für Mobilkommunikation stecke noch in den Kinderschuhen.
Daher habe man sich entschieden, beim Fairphone 3 auf 5G-Support zu verzichten.
https://youtu.be/zy4XWqytWRs#google .. be evil
Google and "freespeech"?
You guys have no idea what that company is standing for at this point and how you yourself, the young turks, are making money of the technics that are used to influence people on a subconcious level.
Youtube pulls 228 million comments in three month with an algorithm by #shadowban.
Here you are:
(I guess you have people that understand spanisch at hand, otherwise just send this link to #AOC)
Welcome to big brother 2.0
From now on our algorithms will administer the dopamin your behavior deserves.
Oha .. I hate to bring it to you Andrew but you will have to rewrite your book.
YT right now is pulling more than 228 million comments and answers to comments by algorithm in three month with shadowban! That's their own data.
Reasons are uncertain as there is no law to open source those algos by default to protect freedom of speech.
The only reasonable way to stop this is decentralization by default and moderation by the respective nodes and the users.
Zuckerberg for example knows that but he can't say it because share holders will fry him.
The problem we are facing is because of jazzing up user numbers without any reasonable way of filtering. You just can't connected the whole world without creating a big f** mess. We don't do it in real life neither.
Prof Dr. Peter Kruse explains that brillantly, you'll find bit's of him here on YT.
I'm sorry that the content of the following link is in spanisch but I'm investigating that algorithm "reverse engeneering" over a month now on spanisch YT commenting on politics democracy and democratic elections:
Ursprünglich geteilt von @heise online (inoffiziell)
Android auf Huawei-Smartphones: Google will Ausnahme für Huawei-Sanktionen
#Android #Google #Huawei #Lockerung #Sanktionen #Smartphones #Verbot
I work in mobile app development and the technology out there to spy on you is pretty insane. There is a whole industry for snooping and reselling data. Here are some examples.#android #ios #programming #development #app #apps #phone #smartphone #sdk #hotjar #facebook #appsee #branch.io #tamoco #surveillance #privacy #encryption
There are several SDKs (software development kits) that offer fingerprinting identity services. Meaning, when someone opens your app, it checks their device ID, IP address, GPS location, email address, etc. and makes a match to an identity. You then use this SDK to track their behavior in your app, such as purchases, interests, demographics, preferences, etc. This data is stored along with all the other apps that use the SDK. Now as an upsell, I can buy all of your behavior data from every other app that uses the same service. From the moment you install the app I know everything about you.
There are SDKs that don’t even offer a service, they just straight up pay the app maker to let their agent sit and collect data and send it up to their servers. Mostly location data.
My favorite is there’s an SDK that actually records the screen while you use the app, and the video gets sent up to the server for the app maker to see how you use their app in real time. It also tracks all of your views, swipes, and button presses tied to the video for analytics.
Basically, you should assume that every moment you are using an internet connected device, you are being observed, scrutinized, and analyzed so that someone can sell you more shit.
They are really good at this, and getting better every year. You think Facebook is listening to your microphone to serve you ads at the moment you are discussing a product? They don’t need to. They know you that well.
Edit: A lot of people are asking for specific examples of this monitoring tech. There are a ton of small players. So an example of location tracking is Tamoco. An example of behavior tracking is Branch.io (they don't advertise the data mining, but it's a back-end deal). And session monitoring is AppSee or HotJar. There are many more that I haven't heard of.
There are a ton of data resellers out there. They're typically small startups who buy and sell data, and they compete on having the most comprehensive and clean data sets. We get approached by a data reseller maybe once a month, either trying to buy our data or sell us data.
Edit: A lot of people are flippant about this idea because you "don't click on ads" or you "don't buy anything". There are people who aren't interested in just selling you products. How about voting for a particular political candidate, or for/against a ballot measure? How about selling you a particular world view? Propaganda is just like advertising, they're just selling you an idea instead of a product.
Ursprünglich geteilt vonPreisentwicklung von Samsung-Smartphones: Geduld lohnt sich - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Netzwelt
#Netzwelt #Gadgets #SamsungGalaxy #Samsung #Smartphones #Android