(because of censorship? what a silly idea)
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The biggest offender I've come across for failing to archive are conferences though. The ones I follow (typically Computer Science ones) make their PDFs available online, but there's no guarantee they'll stay there once next year's web site goes up.
Google knows everything you've searched for. Google stores your search history unless you delete it. But you must make sure to delete it in your Google Settings, not just your phone history, for example. Click here to see your own data [https://myactivity.google.com/myactivity].PlayStore, YouTube, Gmail, Google Translate, tracking possibilities for Google are endless. Google knows what apps you use, when you use them, who you communicate with.
The challenge today is to stop this unlimited data mining, to stop online tracking. The problem is that the most commonly used tools are provided for free by a handful of tech companies. These companies have based their business model on excessive data mining and, thus, have no interest to stop.[...]We have to stop the tracking machine, not just for us, but for the good of society. The only way we can achieve this right now is by limiting the power of data-hungry tech companies that do online tracking.
Consider the (Linux x64) User Agent for our current Vivaldi stable. It reads like so:Code: [Select]Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/78.0.3904.99 Safari/537.36 Vivaldi/2.9.1705.41
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