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This is or was my personal opinion.

On Camera

The latest purchase for my “smart home” is the doorbell from NetAtmo (sorry guys picked it up as a bargain on eBay).

Back to blogging

So I started blogging again after nearly a two year break.

What does Sideloading mean

Apple’s App Store Stubbornness May Be iOS’s Greatest Security Vulnerability - TidBITS

The Panopticon

Moscow coronavirus app raises privacy concerns Moscow’s police will soon ask citizens to show them a QR code to prove they have permission to go out.

Exponential Mistake

Avoid office, pubs and travel to stop virus - PM

Coronavirus - The good side?

I have been thinking along similar lines. Coronavirus and the Remote Work Experiment No One Asked For

NetNewsWire Congratulations

NetNewsWire - Approved! NetNewsWire 5.0 for iOS has been approved by App Store review, and is now waiting for us to release it.

Exceptional Nonsense

MI5 Argues for ‘Exceptional Access’ to Encrypted Messages The director general of Britain’s Security Service is arguing for “exceptional access” to encrypted messages, in the ongoing battle between authorities and technology companies, reports The Guardian.

Conduct Unfit

Home Office boss quits over ‘campaign against him’ Sir Philip Rutnam says there has been a “vicious, orchestrated briefing campaign” against him.

Non-techies on the Net

Email address charges branded ‘daylight robbery’ Wendy Small and her husband Geoff, has been charged £160 to keep her old BT email address since she switched providers two years ago Ofcom is writing to broadband companies to ask why some people are having to pay to keep old email addresses.