LSD : À l'ère de la surveillance numérique. Je cause dans le poste dans le numéro 1 de cette super série documentaire (par l'excellent Antoine Tricot). Je vous invite à découvrir les épisodes sur France Culture : https://www.franceculture.fr/emissions/series/a-lere-de-la-surveillance-numerique
"Drones, thermal-vision cameras and devices that can detect a heartbeat are among the new technological tools being increasingly used by European police to stop migrants from crossing borders, or to push them back when they do."
Appearently we "can't afford" to help migrants, but somehow there's always enough cash to buy the latest and greatest in military technology...
Yo dawg, carrier snails (Xenophoridae) heard you like shells, so they cemented other shells into their shell. It is thought they do this to help elevate themselves over soft substrate, as camouflage and and protection from predators. Photo from http://www.alboranshells.com/xenophoridae/xenophoracrispa61as.html
A centipede (Family Scolopendridae) spotted on the walking path near the Sungei Serangoon park connector, Singapore, on 14 March 2021. It wasn't moving much, and I thought it was a piece of wood on the ground until I took a closer look. It pays to watch where you step, even on pavements.
Marked the images as sensitive for those who prefer not to see images of centipedes.
On iNaturalist [ https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/71198957 ]
The source of the White Nile in #Uganda where the waters of L. Victoria begin their 4,000 mile journey North to the Mediterranean sea. Photo by @Barak Bruerd
The five striking and powerful cheetah males sit motionless, shoulder to shoulder, staring at grazing antelopes on a sun-drenched grassland in the Maasai Mara National Reserve. The story of Tano bora.
Photo by Jeffrey Wu
Beautiful evening over the #Kenya's savannah. Photos by Shaun Mousley, Ali Ahmad Alshamsi and Anders
The idea that website owners have "a right" to track the clicks from their emails to you and to know everything about your journey in their system is wrong.
Imagine if you buy your child a bike - does the chain manufacturer have a right to know what time they use the bike and which friends they visit?
Of course not. We should stop pretending that websites are magical experiences that require persistent intrusion.
#Privacy is a right, even though it is far from being legally declared so.
Gizmodo gives poor advice when it tells users to frequently change their passwords.
Incidemment même pour votre compte Twitter vous avez le réflexe de viser le photographe...
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