million dollar idea
B) use AI or something to intelligently recognize blocks of legal text and classify them so that we can ingest companies terms of service and create human friendlier versions. we could probably also feed the data to services like tosdr.org to give them a bunch of autoclassified data as well as allow our human friendly pages to also give a summary of overall privacy respectiveness of a service.
DM for the domain if you promise not to steal it
million dollar idea
GUYS I HAD THE BEST IDEA FOR A SERVICE (wont share the domain name yet cuz its too awesome and hasnt been bought yet)
basically its exactly the same thing that creative commons did to copyright (specifically public domain stuff) except for literally everything else.
A)create a set of icon representations of different standard blocks of legal text to help users understand documents like privacy policies, disclaimers, terms of service
my problem with anarchists on fedi [shitpost]
y'all call yourselves anarchists, but i see the truth. Y'all use devices that have hierarchy built into the filesystems, processes, networks and os-es and then claim to be fighting hierarchy.
I see whats really gong on. You're making people *think* they're fighting hierarchy online when in fact you're creating many smaller hierarchies built from technological power structures to make it harder for the true anarchists to eliminate hierarchy
@yeah personal record for using wayland: about a day.
3/ obviously this is easier said than done, and also not the first time this has been said, but if people nearer the front of the tech curve find ways to reduce barriers and connect the free software to the popular software, we can give more people the ability to choose freely without being locked into stuff that's not secure or invades peoples privacy
2/ although, i think a good solution to both of these would be to make it easier for free software to interact with the nonfree alternatives (i.e. apps that allow intercommunication between both). While it would involve making free software that supports nonfree software, it would allow individuals to make their own choice of platform without impacting the people they can contact. (and also probably spread awareness indirectly from those friends asking about why they made that choice)
lewd, I also probably made it much worse
Winndows: we take your privacy seriously
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