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Redis streams as a pure data structure


The new Redis data structure introduced in Redis 5 under the name of “Streams” generated quite some interest in the community. Soon or later I want to run a community survey, talking with users having…

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19463306
Posted by itamarhaber (karma: 720)
Post stats: Points: 303 - Comments: 46 - 2019-03-22T15:13:21Z

#HackerNews #data #pure #redis #streams #... show more


 
couple of problems with the tool shed arrangement- he should've pointed out it was for a minimalist mindset. I mean, he lived on a boat for 11 years...
After negotiations, which lasted a week, the #seller and us settled on a price $6,000- less than the asking one for a total price of $2,300- an acre for 34-acres. The original idea was for us to #subdivide the #property into four sections to sell these parcels for a profit which would cover our original outlay. We did not do this in the end for several reasons which I will not go into right now.
Still, for $78k, 34 acres isn't bad. #prep #prepare #BOLO #bugout #remote #collapse
Bug-Out Location: Are You part of the 5%, by JohnyMac


 
couple of problems with the tool shed arrangement- he should've pointed out it was for a minimalist mindset. I mean, he lived on a boat for 11 years...
After negotiations, which lasted a week, the #seller and us settled on a price $6,000- less than the asking one for a total price of $2,300- an acre for 34-acres. The original idea was for us to #subdivide the #property into four sections to sell these parcels for a profit which would cover our original outlay. We did not do this in the end for several reasons which I will not go into right now.
Still, for $78k, 34 acres isn't bad. #prep #prepare #BOLO #bugout #remote #collapse
Bug-Out Location: Are You part of the 5%, by JohnyMac


 

Which websites featured on the Federation have the worst privacy?


My last post highlighted how ticking the OEmbed box to add a website picture to a post can compromise Federation users if it contains a tracker.

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I also mentioned tools, like Disconnect, we could use to detect websites which track their users. In this post I reveal some of the most popular reference websites on the Federation with low privacy and high tracking rates.

I believe Federation users should consider not embedding, or at least warning their readers about the surveillance techniques carried out by these sites.

A Princeton University study identified almost a million websites that track their users. Here are just 5 examples of websites whose stories are commonly quoted on the Federation:

WIRED


Wired is a popular web... show more


 

Operating systems – can we make them private?


Every #operating #system (and #application) ever created becomes less #private with each new version.

As technology has evolved, developers are under increasing pressure to spy on their #customers and extract their #data for #exploitation.

Users are always advised to update their #software to improve its #... show more


 


How can Federation users post more safely?


You know how it goes. We find a great story online and we want to share it with our supporters or feature it in our feed with appropriate hashtags for maximum reach.

But do we check the website featuring the story for privacy before we post?

When we embed a link by selecting the OEmbed box (often ticked by default) this displays an image or video on our post from the website we’ve featured.




They may look cool, but these images can contain beacons or other trackers. Embedded trackers also load into the browsers of any user who scrolls down the public feeds.

Sho

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Privacy tip #4

Turn off location. PART 2




[]BROWSERS

Apart from Edge, which has to be tweaked from the W10 OS, most browsers can have their location services disabled through their menu. I cannot list EVERY browser in existence here, as I have a life. If you have other browser location t
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TWIMC. But remember, normally there is no need for a service like this, as you simply should use the latest version from a supported #stable or #longterm version line all the time. Why you ask? Well, not every bug or security issue the #Linux #kernel developers fix gets a CVE.


 
Privacy tip #4

Turn off location. Part 1


Convenience is often the enemy of privacy, with the internet and our devices, but location services are a feature that can allow many exploits.

A large industry has grown around location data collection, which is covert and unregulated. Our location data is boug
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