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GA: arrivano email di richiesta rimozione ip address e metadati correlati da una email di un servizio di posta e non dall'interessato.
L'interessato ha smentito: controllate bene ogni mittente e non rispondete su servizi di sondaggi pubblici (cosa c'entrano? nulla, infatti).

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Aborto? Questione di privacy e capitalismo


Content warning: La questione dell'aborto può essere risolta solo con libero mercato, tutela della proprietà e della privacy. Ogni alternativa porta alla violenza e alla negazione della libertà delle persone.


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Principali documenti pubblicati dall'EDPB (aggiornato) | Abbiamo aggiornale l'elenco dei principali documenti adottati e pubblicati dal comitato europeo per la protezione dei dati EDPB | NicFab Blog https://buff.ly/36TaY6x

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Through these ~500 added lines of Rust code, all Delta Chat apps will grow the ability to seamlessly port their e-mail address from one provider to another. The code's relative simplicity was hard-earned through many prior discusssions https://github.com/deltachat/deltachat-core-rust/pull/3385/files

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Everywhere I go I see rust 😂
Heh, indeed. We went for Rust three years ago when it wasn't that cool :) https://delta.chat/en/2019-05-08-xyiv

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Preoccupante indiscrezione su #chatcontrol: la Commissione Europea prevede milioni di falsi positivi


Secondo un'indiscrezione trapelata, la Commissione Europea prevede che 1 conversazione privata su 10 venga erroneamente segnalata da algoritmi di "intelligenza artificiale" per potenziale "adescamento dei bambini" e considera gli algoritmi previsti come tecnologia "ad alto rischio".


https://pirati.io/2022/07/leak-su-chatcontrol-la-commissione-ue-prevede-milioni-di-falsi-positivi/

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GDPR, consultazione sulle certificazioni per il trasferimento dati all’estero. L'articolo è su @italiaprivacy


!Etica Digitale

Le imprese e le organizzazioni della società civile avranno tempo fino al 30 settembre per proporre modifiche alle “Linee guida sulle certificazioni come strumento per i trasferimenti” dei dati personali extra Ue.

Le imprese e le organizzazioni della società civile avranno tempo fino al 30 settembre per proporre modifiche alle “Linee guida sulle certificazioni come strumento per i trasferimenti” dei dati personali in Paesi fuori dallo Spazio economico europeo, appena approvate dai Garanti privacy europei in seno all’EDPB. Lo scrive il Garante Privacy nel suo bollettino.

L'articolo su Privacy Italia: https://www.privacyitalia.eu/gdpr-consultazione-sulle-certificazioni-per-il-trasferimento-dati-allestero/16843/

Le “Linee guida sulle certificazioni come strumento per i trasferimenti” stabilte dall'EDPB: https://edpb.europa.eu/news/news/2022/edpb-adopts-guidelines-certification-tool-transfers-and-art-65-dispute-resolution_it

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Ieri il Parlamento europeo e il Consiglio hanno raggiunto un accordo sulle regole per gli asset criptati. I pagamenti anonimi saranno di fatto vietati, interferendo con le caratteristiche fondamentali della finanza decentralizzata
Il post di @echo_pbreyer
https://pirati.io/2022/06/contanti-digitali-lue-porra-fine-ai-pagamenti-anonimi-in-criptovalute/

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ma come si certifica l'identificazione? Serve un ente certificante?
la soluzione per attuare il provvedimento deve essere così idiota che rimane difficile capirla prima dell'implementazione

@smarshak@echo_pbreyer


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Schleswig-Holstein: Neuer Koalitionsvertrag schraubt Freie-Software-Ziele zurück

"Wir erwarten von der neuen Landesregierung, dass sie den erfolgreich eingeschlagenen Weg weiter fortsetzt und nicht von den Schlupflöchern Gebrauch macht" #PublicCode

https://www.heise.de/news/Schleswig-Holstein-Neuer-Koalitionsvertrag-schraubt-Open-Source-Ziele-zurueck-7156728.html

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Il Garante Privacy presenta la Relazione Annuale Il 7 luglio al Senato. Il bilancio dell’attività 2021 e le prospettive future L'Autorità Garante per la protezione dei dati personali (composta da Pasquale Stanzione, Ginevra Cerrina Feroni, Agostino G...

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cURL becomes REUSE compliant! This means the popular command line tool for downloading and transferring data between computers, now includes codes that allow both people and machines to identify its license automatically.

https://media.fsfe.org/w/nLQzeELdf13Hx2HSYBCEPE

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Want to know how your project can benefit from REUSE compliance? FSFE's Lina Ceballos will be delivering a talk on the matter (in Spanish) at #OpenExpo2022 on Thursday.

(Or just visit: https://reuse.software/ )

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We should be able to use the router device of our choice. And yet, this is not always the case.

Greece is about to protect users’ right to choose their own router but may exclude fiber connections. #RouterFreedom should be secured for all connections. #FTTH

https://fsfe.org/news/2022/news-20220628-01.html

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Privacy is not hiding nefarious activity, it's an innate right. A superb article from @danarel on why privacy matters:

https://www.privacyguides.org/blog/2022/06/09/hide-nothing/

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so true. Contrary to what is being said by many, we all have loads to hide.

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The Freedom Ladder campaign aims to support those on a gradual journey to freedom and never resting until all their devices are freed. Share your story today and read others' stories via https://u.fsf.org/3ho

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Sorveglianza, social scoring, modello cinese - un mio articolo su Atlantico Quotidiano


Content warning: Intellettuali e politici puntano a rendere accettabile anche da noi lo stato di sorveglianza e a farci rinunciare alla privacy. Primi esempi di credito sociale in Italia.

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Question for written answer E-002138/2022 to the Commission - Rule 138 - Hélène Laporte (ID) - Subject: WhatsApp and personal data protection


The Consumer Protection Cooperation Network and the Commission have written to the WhatsApp messaging service in an attempt to force it to take action on continuing concerns over respect for privacy.

For example, EU authorities would like to know how WhatsApp plans to communicate any future terms of service updates following the controversy of early 2021 when the application updated its general conditions of use to allow data collected from its users to be shared with Facebook.

Alarmingly, the messaging service received a fine of EUR 225 million last September for failing to comply with the GDPR, which protects confidential data.
  • Is the Commission planning to take any legal action if the guarantees on compliance with consumer law in the EU are insufficient?
  • Has the Commission obtained any guarantees that users will be sufficiently apprised of future updates to the general usage conditions?
  • Does the Commission know if the company profits from commercial policies relating to user data?

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Capitalismo di sorveglianza? Non scherziamo.


Content warning: Shoshana Zuboff ha reso popolare il concetto di "capitalismo della sorveglianza". Il fenomeno è reale, ma col capitalismo non ha nulla a che fare. Piuttosto, totalitarismo di sorveglianza.

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The Italian instance Friendica "Poliverso" apologizes to the whole fediverse! (long post)


Last night, between 23.00 on 23 June and 1.00 AM on 24, the Poliverse instance "exploded" a thousand messages around the fediverse!

** We have to apologize to a lot of people: **
• we apologize to anyone who was ** woken up by our notifications **;
• we apologize to those who have cisted their ** federated timeline invaded by messages ** coming from Poliverso;
• We apologize to the ** administrators and instance moderators who know us ** who probably wondered who hacked our server;
• We apologize to the ** administrators who didn't know us ** and who noticed us in the worst way
• We apologize most of all ** to some of our users ** who, through our fault, have ** UNKnowingly ** behaved as a spammer ...

Unfortunately, we could not foresee this collapse and we did everything possible to limit the damage: unfortunately we are sure that our instance or some of our users have ended up in some blacklist.

** If so, we ask you to read this message, in which we explained what happened. **

PS: if any Friendica expert should realize that some considerations are wrong or should be better defined, please let us have your own considerations in the comments!

What happened to the Poliverso server?

The update


The new Friendica release, the 2022.06 called “Giant Rhubarb” is a seemingly useless release, because nothing changes for users! Yet it has greatly improved compatibility with other software in the fediverse: there has in fact been immense work by the developers and there have been many changes; in such cases it is possible that disservices arise and, although some instances have already installed an exploratory version, it is clear that some problems can only emerge during the production phase.

Precisely for this reason we decided to proceed with the installation only several days after the release, to understand what the problems would be for users and notify them in time; and yesterday 23 June at 22.00, the Poliverso server was updated.

The problem


At first it didn't seem like there were any problems and, in fact, after half an hour we stopped monitoring. But at 11.00 something happened ...

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Admin 1
22.56 (the developers of friendica) have changed something: some users get a lot of notifications about old things .. then everything is fixed
22.56 (I'm seeing a lot of queue in processes)

Admin 2
23.00 So far I am not having this type of problem. Actually, I am not having any problems
23.01 To be more precise, I still can't see anything different than before ... 😅
23.04 Right now, after a few tens of minutes of pause, he's posting stuff on Twitter
23.07 Holy shit! my accounts are flooding the universe with messages

Admin 1
23.14 in what sense? : D

Admin 2
23.15 in what sense? The system is shitting out all the messages posted by the RSS Feed. It is a disaster. I'm emptying the ocean with a spoon 🤣
23.15 This time we are banned from all the galaxies of the fediverse

Admin 1
23.16 I noticed a lot of RSS stuff, but I said to myself "boh"

Admin 2
23.16 They are the queues of those messages

In short, yesterday there was a real disaster for which the Poliverse instance will pay the consequences for a long time as in reputational terms. However, the management of the problem was absolutely timely both from the point of view of resolution (at 1:00 AM almost all the messages had been deleted) and from the point of view of communication.

https://poliverso.org/display/0477a01e-4062-b4e8-2a73-375308279474

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The reasons for the problem


However, the problem was not systemic or due to problems of administration of the instance; the problem was due to a series of factors that multiplied its impact:
  • Friendica upgrade bugs exist: the "system" upgrade all together, some integration problems with other activitypub instances; but all this causes a "re-reading" of the notifications from the RSS FEED; in this way, users who also repost some posts from the feed get** a new repost (😱!)** of the feed.
  • this system (republishing from feed) is not very common among Friendica users; so the problem was not noticed too much on the forums
  • inside Friendica there are no valid administration or moderation tools (an ancestral and well-known Friendica problem: https://github.com/friendica/friendica/issues/8724), which would allow us to delete messages in bulk or to immediately stop the republishing service from feed or to temporarily suspend the "unwittingly spammy" users. So we either manually deleted and deactivated everything or had users manually delete their messages - this was an incredible waste of time!

The reputational damage


All of this prevented us from predicting the problem and then amplified it. However, we can assure you that the management of the application was professional and within a couple of hours from the alert, we have erased all traces of the problem!

The fact remains that some users who followed the accounts in question probably wondered "what's going on?"; others have probably defollowed, silenced or banned the accounts of innocent and unaware users ...

The same thing will have happened for administrators: some of them, to protect their users from spam, will have silenced or banned users; or they will have silenced or banned the instance!

Fortunately, those in the Central European Time Zone were probably asleep at the time and were not online on Friendica, Mastodon, Misskey, Pleroma or Hubzilla

Final thoughts


Of course during those hours we felt [a furious rage] (https://poliverso.org/display/0477a01e-1062-b4db-9d28-f53436523782) towards the Friendica developers who caused us such a problem...

https://poliverso.org/display/0477a01e-1062-b4db-9d28-f53436523782

...but we clearly don't get mad at them. Moreover, it is thanks to them that Friendica exists; it is thanks to them that there is what we believe is the software of the fediverse that allows the most complete social experience today.

Next time, however, we recommend that you report the problem well and above all, express at least a little regret to the Friendica instance administrators and other administrators who had to manage what seemed to all intents and purposes a massive spam activity!

But above all, we send a message to all instance administrators and users who are reading us: if you have defollowed, silenced or banned some Poliverse users, think again! They had no fault, other than to use the RSS feed reposting system: give them a second chance!

This is why the admins should stop banning left and right. Let the users decide. So what if I see lots of posts form you instance!? I, personally can block or ignore, but not as an instance admin to do that for so many users. This is why I keep on insisting that admins should block users/instances for all of their users. It is a very bad practice. In any case, I hope your instance didn't get to be very damaged.

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You're right: blocking an entire room is something that needs to be done only in very special cases, but unfortunately yesterday and the day before yesterday there were some episodes of real spam from some Pleroma servers. these servers have begun to annoy a lot of random users and many administrators have decided to practice blocking the entire instance. I hope that what happened yesterday to the Poliverse server was not considered a malicious attack, by all those who had been negatively affected by that spam attack that took place yesterday.
Yeah but I think admins should chill a bit. Else they will ruin the fediverse. How many users you have?

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We have 250 users, although only about a hundred are active. And among them are 12 service accounts, which are the ones I manage
I see....we have over 600 and over 50 accounts that auto-post from RSS sources...I didn't seem to get any heads-up as if we were spamming...but well that's gone now anyway....

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I understand, but you don't necessarily get a warning ...

In fact, the additional problem is that if a mastodon, or pleroma or misskey user reports a Friendica content as if it were spam, the administrator would not even notice it, because there is no moderation interface in Friendica ...

And this can expose Friendica instances to ban.

But that's another problem 😅

PS: However, I take this opportunity to tell you that I really like your instance and I really like how you manage it but also all the fantastic posts you wrote on friendica
Yeah I wish there were better tools for the admin...I get you. And thank you for the nice words!
I mean, users can decide to move to an instance with less moderation.
People keep on saying that.....same with those who keep on saying: if you do not like google, use bing. Don't like Facebook? Use Twitter. And they are blind to the point that's being made.

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I really don't see those as the same thing. You can't talk to the same people on Twitter that you know from Facebook. With the Fediverse, you generally can.

A user on https://mastodon.technology can migrate to https://fosstodon.org and will generally find the same people + whoever may have been silenced by more aggressive moderation.
Same thing the other way around. Most users don't care about seeing everything, and may just find it more convenient when trolls and assholes are already filtered out for them, so may migrate from Fosstodon to mastodon.technology.

No, this is not a perfect system on an individual user basis, since most users won't really know what they're not seeing.
But I do think, in the grand scheme of things, people will bundle up around instances that offer a good balance between interesting content and trolls/assholes.
But my point is that this practice is harmful for the fediverse as a whole. Non transparent, decided for thousands of users, shallow decisions in many instances. To move from one federated platform to another is not as easy as you make it sound. I know, I have done that and I also manage a few instances. So this is a non-solution.

The solution is to, for one, make all instance-level blocking of users or other instances transparent and notify all users when any future such decision is taken. And second, try not to panic. It is fine. Words, no swords, we are dealing with. Users have a lot of control over that they see. Teach them to exercise that. This is a far better approach.

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Well when inatances block other instances it is quite transparent. For exmaple, if you go to https://mastodon.social/about/more you can see all the instances that are filtered/blocked. Im not exactly sure if this is automatic, but if it isnt, it should be and for all instances (on an opt out basis).
Yes this is a decent start and I wonder too if it is automated. It should. Plus, if there is a new block, should create a notification for all users by default I would say.

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Maybe this can be achieved with an account which is followed by default which announces whenever changes occur to the instance filter/suspend list
Probably should be better than this, but for sure an instance needs to be very open about this practice.
@BobIsMyManager@Tio@Ephera
Alternatively, there could be a public modlog with a RSS feed (granted, not all fedi software allow to follow RSS feed :) )
Lemmy uber alles... 😁
https://lemmy.ml/modlog
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@Informapirata
Yes I probably had it in mind when saying that (I mean I did not use the word "modlog" for free :) ). All it misses to fit @Tio 's ideal is a RSS-like feature (that could be an actual RSS feed)

Filtered word: nsfw

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@Tio@Ephera A very nice example of how one can be transparent is the public moderation register in Lemmy.

The measures of the administrators of the instance and of the moderators of each community are made evident. This is a very useful thing to understand how an instance is administered and understand if the moderators practice abuse or support a balanced moderation aimed at maintaining a plural and peaceful environment.

https://lemmy.ml/modlog
Thats about as transparent as you can be 😆


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L’istanza italiana Friendica “Poliverso” chiede scusa a tutto il fediverso! (post lungo)


Ieri notte, tra le h.23.00 del 23 giugno e le ore 1.00 AM del 24, l’istanza Poliverso ha "sparato" un migliaio di messaggi in giro per il fediverso!

Dobbiamo quindi delle scuse a tante persone:
• ci scusiamo con tutti coloro che sono stati svegliati dalle notifiche;
• ci scusiamo con coloro che si sono ritrovati una timeline federata invasa dai messaggi* provenienti da Poliverso;
• ci scusiamo con gli **amministratori e i moderatori di istanza che ci conoscono
che probabilmente si sono chiesti chi ci avesse hackerato il server;
• ci scusiamo con gli amministratori che non ci conoscevano e che si sono accorti di noi nel modo peggiore
• ci scusiamo soprattutto con alcuni nostri utenti che per colpa nostra, si sono INCONSAPEVOLMENTE comportati come spammer…

Purtroppo non avevamo la possibilità di prevedere tracollo e abbiamo fatto il possibile per limitarne i danni, ma siamo convinti che la nostra istanza o qualcuno dei nostri utenti siano finiti in qualche blacklist.

Se è così, vi chiediamo di leggere questo messaggio che spiega come siano andate le cose.

PS: se qualche esperto di Friendica dovesse rendersi conto che alcune considerazioni sono sbagliate o andrebbero definite meglio, ci faccia pure avere le proprie considerazioni nei commenti!

Cos’è successo al server Poliverso?

L’aggiornamento


La nuova release di Friendica, la 2022.06 detta “Giant Rhubarb” è una release apparentemente inutile, perché non modifica nulla per gli utenti, eppure ha migliorato radicalmente la compatibilità con gli altri software del fediverso: c’è stato infatti un immenso lavoro da parte degli sviluppatori e i cambiamenti sono stati tanti; in casi del genere è possibile che nascano disservizi e, benché alcune istanze avessero installato già una versione esplorativa, è chiaro che alcuni problemi non possono che emergere che in fase di produzione.

Proprio per questo abbiamo deciso di procedere all’installazione solo diversi giorni dopo il rilascio, per capire quali sarebbero stati i problemi per gli utenti e avvisarli per tempo; e ieri 23 giugno alle 22.00, il server Poliverso è stato aggiornato.

Il problema


All’inizio non sembrava che ci fossero problemi e, infatti, dopo una mezz’ora abbiamo smesso di monitorare. Alle 23.00 però è successo qualcosa…

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Admin 1
22.56 hanno cambiato qualcosa e c'è gente che ne riceve un botto per cose vecchie.. poi si appiana
22.56 (sto vedendo un sacco di coda nei processi)

Admin 2
23.00 Finora non sto avendo questo tipo di problema. Anzi, in realtà non sto avendo nessun problema
23.01 Per essere più precisi, non riesco ancora a vedere nulla di diverso rispetto a prima... 😅
23.04 In questo momento sta pubblicando su Twitter dopo qualche decina di minuti di pausa
23.07 Porcaputtana i miei account stanno inondando il fediverso di messaggi

Admin 1
23.14 in che senso? :D

Admin 2
23.15 Nel senso che sta cagando fuori tutti i messaggi pubblicati da Feed RSS. È un disastro e sto svuotando l'oceano con un cucchiaino 🤣
23.15 Questa è la volta che ci bannano l'istanza da ovunque

Admin 1
23.16 ho notato un sacco di roba RSS, però mi son detto "boh"

Admin 2
23.16 Sono le code di quei messaggi

Insomma, ieri c'è stato un vero disastro del quale l’istanza Poliverso pagherà a lungo le conseguenze come in termini reputazionali. Tuttavia la gestione del problema è stata assolutamente tempestiva sia dal punto di vista della risoluzione (alle h. 1:00 AM quasi tutti i messaggi erano stati cancellati) sia dal punto di vista della comunicazione.

https://poliverso.org/display/0477a01e-4062-b4e8-2a73-375308279474

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I motivi del problema


Il problema comunque non è stato nella gestione sistemistica della macchina o nell’amministrazione dell’istanza, ma è stato dovuto a una serie di fattori che ne hanno moltiplicato il problema:
• L'esistenza di un vero e proprio bug di friendica che, all'upgrade "sistemava" tutte insieme, le precedenti imperfezioni in termini di protocollo di comunicazione con le altre istanze activitypub: questo **provocava una "rilettura" delle notifiche da FEED RSS** e, per chi replica alcuni post da feed, **una nuova ripubblicazione (😱!)** degli stessi.
• la **poca diffusione di questo strumento** (ripubblicazione da feed) tra gli utenti gobali di Friendica ha fatto si' che il problema non emergesse abbastanza sui forum
• la forte "**sponsorizzazione**" di questo sistema nell'istanza Poliverso ha fatto si che diversi utenti lo utilizzassero, ma soprattutto, che lo utilizzassero alcuni utenti "di servizio" e di informazione che gestiamo direttamente a livello personale o come amministratori ( [@macfranc@poliverso.org[(https://poliverso.org/profile/macfranc), [@informapirata@poliverso.org[(https://poliverso.org/profile/informapirata), [@notizie@poliverso.org[(https://poliverso.org/profile/notizie), [@cybersecurity@poliverso.org[(https://poliverso.org/profile/cybersecurity), [@privacypost@poliverso.org[(https://poliverso.org/profile/privacypost), [@piratepost@poliverso.org[(https://poliverso.org/profile/piratepost), [@istruzione@poliverso.org](https://poliverso.org/profile/istruzione)
• la **mancanza di validi strumenti di amministrazione o moderazione** (un atavico e ben noto problema di Friendica: https://github.com/friendica/friendica/issues/8724), che ci consentissero di eliminare messaggi in blocco o di interrompere subito il servizio di ripubblicazione da feed o di sospendere temporaneamente le utenze "inconsapevolmente spammose"

Il danno reputazionale


Tutti questi fattori ci hanno prima impedito di prevedere il problema e poi lo hanno amplificato, ma possiamo assicurare che la gestione dell’istanza è stata professionale e nel giro di un paio d'ore dall'allerta, abbiamo cancellato ogni traccia del problema!

Resta il fatto che gli utenti che seguivano gli account in questione, nel caso migliore si saranno chiesti "che cosa sta succedendo?", ma negli altri casi, hanno probabilmente defollowato, silenziato o bannato gli account di utenti incolpevoli e inconsapevoli…

La stessa cosa sarà avvenuta per gli amministratori: alcuni di loro, per proteggere i propri utenti dallo spam, avranno silenziato o bannato gli utenti; oppure avranno silenziato o bannato l’istanza!

Fortunatamente chi era nel fuso orario dell'Europa centrale, in quel momento probabilmente dormiva e non si trovava on line su Friendica, su Mastodon, su Misskey, su Pleroma o su Hubzilla

Considerazioni finali


Naturalmente durante quelle ore abbiamo provato una rabbia furiosa verso gli sviluppatori di Friendica che ci hanno provocato un tale danno reputazionale...

https://poliverso.org/display/0477a01e-1062-b4db-9d28-f53436523782

...ma è chiaro che non ce la sentiamo di arrabbiarci con loro. Del resto, è merito loro se esiste Friendica; è merito loro se esiste quello che secondo noi è il software del fediverso che consente l’esperienza social oggi più completa.

La prossima volta però, consigliamo di segnalare bene il problema e soprattutto, di esprimere almeno un po' di rammarico agli amministratori di istanza di Friendica e agli altri amministratori che hanno dovuto gestire quello che sembrava a tutti gli effetti un’attività massiva di spam!

Ma soprattutto, rivolgiamo un messaggio a tutti gli amministratori di istanza e agli utenti: se avete defollowato, silenziato o bannato alcuni utenti di Poliverso, sappiate che non avevano alcuna colpa, se non quella di utilizzare il sistema di reposting da feed RSS: date loro una seconda possibilità!

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@poliverso ma adesso come funziona? Posso rimettere il mio feed o è meglio che vada in manuale?
Adesso puoi rimettere tutto com'era prima. Se dovesse riscontrare qualche problema, fammelo sapere. Allo stesso modo, se io riscontro qualche anomalia, Ti tengo informato.
PS: e Scusami ancora per ieri sera e grazie per essere intervenuto prontamente

Immagino ma te eri dall'altra parte io anche volendo non potevo fare nulla (e meglio così forse sarei andato in panico e fatto alt+f4)

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30 years ago, academia already started studying effects of #AI. At #EDPS, we are adopting a foresight approach in order to tackle upcoming technologies that may undermine fundamental rights of individuals
#Techsonar & #TechDispatch
https://europa.eu/!FMymM6 https://europa.eu/!YP87wU
Wojciech Wiewiórowski on the podium addressing to the audience

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Annual Privacy Forum 2022 - Keynote speech by #EDPS @W_Wiewiorowski@twitter.com on scientific research, the role of #EU regulators, Artificial Intelligence and #GDPR enforcement. Honoured to be invited once again in such an important event to express views from #EDPS #APF22
Wojciech Wiewiórowski speaking from the podium at Annual Privacy Forum 2022

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ATTENZIONE! NON STIAMO FACENDO SPAM MA ABBIAMO UN PROBLEMA TECNICO CHE DURERÀ PER QUALCHE ORA.

il server poliverso.org è stato aggiornato alla nuova versione di Friendica ma questo ha provocato un problema inaspettato: tutti gli utenti che repubblicano automaticamente alcuni contenuti dal #Feed #RSS di un sito o di un blog, stanno ripubblicando inconsapevolmente tutti i post degli ultimi mesi!
Vi chiediamo di pazientare e di non bannare o silenziare la nostra istanza. Poliverso ha sempre avuto grande rispetto per tutti i principi della fediquette e questo incidente ci dispiace tantissimo.

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ATTENTION! WE ARE NOT SPAMING BUT WE HAVE A TECHNICAL PROBLEM THAT WILL LAST FOR A FEW HOURS.

the poliverso.org server has been updated to the new version of Friendica but this has caused an unexpected problem: all users who automatically republish some contents from the #Feed #RSS of a site or blog, are unwittingly republishing all the posts of the last ones months!
We ask you to be patient and not to ban or silence our instance. Poliverso has always had great respect for all the principles of faith and we are very sorry about this incident.
#rss #feed

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To conclude, we might not be close to reaching a self-aware # with a level of consciousness similar to humans.
Still, it will not be less dangerous because of that.
In fact, they may be as dangerous to society as the people who use them: as any other technology @cerveranavas@twitter.com
EDPS director speaking from the podium at annual privacy forum
#ai

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Another prominent topic is the evolution of social networks into the so-called #.
Metaverse will act as a digital twin to our universe, our reality and it will most probably rely on even more processing of personal data than traditional social media do @cerveranavas@twitter.com
EDPS director speaking from the podium

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Contrasting with @EU_EDPB@twitter.com-# position on the call for a moratorium on use of remote biometric identification systems in publicly accessible spaces, we witness that more and more law enforcement authorities apply or intend to apply FRT, often resorting to # @cerveranavas@twitter.com
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This is why the EDPB issued Guidelines on use of Facial Recognition Technology in area of enforcement remind that Facial Recognition Technology is built on the processing of biometric data, which are special categories of personal data @cerveranavas@twitter.com

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The need to ensure # on the #-based data processing was one of the aspects highlighted by the @EU_EDPB@twitter.com-# joint opinion which envisages series of changes to ensure its full alignment with the # data protection framework @cerveranavas@twitter.com
EDPS director speaking from the podium

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We ask a ban on:
- remote biometric identification in publicly accessible spaces;
- facial recognition systems (FRS) categorising individuals based on their biometrics into clusters
- technologies allowing to infer emotions of a natural person
@cerveranavas@twitter.com at #

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Annual Privacy Forum 2022 @enisa_eu@twitter.com, # Director @cerveranavas@twitter.com speaking on #.
It is difficult to ensure # when using AI on data processing
Individuals may not be able to identify if they have been affected by an automated decision taken nor to be informed
Leonardo Cervera Navas speaking from the podium

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Controllers can also be affected by the lack of # of # systems they use, in particular when they are not sufficiently aware of their technicalities and their impact on individuals' rights @cerveranavas@twitter.com #


Jun 23, 2022, 08:36


"The fundamental right to access is comprehensive and clear: users are entitled to know what data a company collects and processes about them – including location data" - Read more on our recent appeal: https://www.theregister.com/2022/06/22/spain_austria_notb_location/
https://mastodon.social/@noybeu/108525873746778065


Privacy Daily – 23 giugno 2022


Content warning: Microsoft svela il framework per l’IA responsabile In un post sul blog, Natasha Crampton, Chief Responsible AI Officer di Microsoft, ha delineato lo “standard AI…


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Is your school forcing you to use Zoom, Skype, or other proprietary videoconferencing software to learn or teach? Freedom is important to education. Read about freedom-respecting choices at https://u.fsf.org/311

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find it hard to believe that you haven't included the best # video conferencing tool available, specifically designed for the education context: BigBlueButton - https://bigbluebutton.org
(implying that school admin staff will be intelligent and reasonable enough to understand why said alternatives are better)

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Time to wrap up! Closing remarks by # @MAttoresi@twitter.com at # Workshop after 1-day of in depth discussion on digital identity with perspectives from academia, industry, privacy experts, public institutions. We are thankful to all speakers & participants of such insightful event
Massimo Attoresi closing remarks from the podium

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After hearing presentations on initiatives from # & beyond, it is time to move to the last panel of # Workshop on digital identity. Panellists @a_ortalda@twitter.com Luca Castellani @R_Garavaglia@twitter.com Jacoba Sieders moderated by @PDrogkaris@twitter.com to tackle future developments & foresight approach
Two panellist on stage presenting remote speakers
#eu #IPEN

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Follow the streaming on # and ask your questions to the speakers! https://europa.eu/!bCQN3M

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Afternoon session of # Workshop starts now! First panel to address current developments in digital IDs and digital wallets projects with @danielapoehn@twitter.com, Ruth Puente, Dalius Kubylis, @patwalshe_@twitter.com, Jan Willemson moderated by # @KampourakiDina@twitter.com
👉 https://uksw.webex.com/uksw-en/onstage/g.php?MTID=e4680d0c38c20ce15197b64b97a565dde
Moderator introducing speakers of the next panel from the podium

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Invited talk Carlos Velasco presenting # engineering of @ByEvolution_BCH@twitter.com and blockchain solutions
Speaker on the stage of ipen workshop 2022

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Invited talk at # Workshop on Digital Identity - Marie-Charlotte Roques-Bonnet presents ID side start-up, a project that enables individuals to easily choose their # preference online #
Speaker Marie-Charlotte Roques-Bonnet addressing to the audience of Ipen workshop

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