Some questions on a screenshot
27 May 2017
Here's a screenshot of an editorial from Der Spiegel, with Ghostery turned on.
Is it just me, or does it look to anyone else like the man in the photo is checking the list of third-party web trackers on the site to see who he can send a National Security Letter to?
Could a US president who is untrustworthy enough to be removed from office possibly be trustworthy enough to comply with his side of a "Privacy Shield" agreement?
If it's necessary for the rest of the world to
free itself of its dependence on the U.S.,
does that apply to US-based Internet companies that
have become a bottleneck for news site ad revenue,
and how is that going to work?
Supporting new European data regulation by Dr. Johnny Ryan