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Comment: Re:Privacy Badger (Score 1) 190

by geminidomino (#47512583) Attached to: A New Form of Online Tracking: Canvas Fingerprinting

I am an online advertising / tracking company. How do I stop Privacy Badger from blocking me? ...
If copies of Privacy Badger have already blocked your domain, you can unblock yourself by promising to respect the Do Not Track header in a way that conforms with the user's privacy policy.

Riiight, because the kind of scumbags who actively develop techniques to get around user preferences are the kind who would never "promise to behave this time, honest!".

If the EFF is that naive, I don't have much faith that I can count on their tool.

Comment: Re:I have a solution for the free apps. (Score 1) 139

by geminidomino (#47512495) Attached to: Google To Stop Describing Games With In-App Purchases As 'Free'

I used several of those options: my local DNS periodically imports the MVPS list as a local blacklist, and adblockplus wasn't too bad. If it wasn't for many other issues I had that made KitKat a non-starter, I probably would have kept the Nexus instead of replacing my dead Evo 4G with a refurbished Evo 4G. :)

Comment: Re: Any Memory?? what judge will go on just that? (Score 1) 415

by geminidomino (#47400475) Attached to: Police Using Dogs To Sniff Out Computer Memory

I'm well aware of the moral of the story (I've been dating a historian for 12 years, and my awareness of it still impresses her).

I didn't say anything about historical reality, I said that crediting "feminism" with the concept was nuts, and implied that just because something is in the OT doesn't make it good/right/accurate/worth a damn (and it sure as hell has fuckall to do with "historical reality").

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