The European citizens want equal access to content on-line. Hence, it's disappointing to hear from the Commission that they have no plans before the end of 2022 whatsoever to propose any kind of measures to abolish unjustified geo-blocking. #endgeoblocking https://peertube.european-pirates.eu/videos/watch/36f2356a-9587-4f8d-8426-fdfcecf8f3f0
The one where information that you may not want disclosed gets disclosed. 🙂
With #PeerTube you have small instances with small audiences. Instead of getting lost in the crowd you stand out like a sore thumb. Or your #IP + metadata does, and with that + €300 worth of “targeted advertising” data from any of a number of providers it's fairly trivial to de-anonymise visitors.
If you were someone who hates whichever vulnerable group, you could set up an instance targeting that group and apply the aforesaid techniques to get names and addresses. And if you are careful, you could do that without much accountability.
> it's disappointing to hear from the Commission
Yes it is. Whatever the subject. Every time this commission open their collective mouths I feel embarrassed to be a European.
Have the Pirates considered asking the commission (as in, the entire college) to resign? I honestly feel they're dangerously incompetent.
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