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#471 2018-12-19 23:38:49

bici
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Re: Txp cookies, visitor logging, and GDPR stuff in general

Wonder why they would cripple 1password


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#472 2018-12-20 05:37:25

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Re: Txp cookies, visitor logging, and GDPR stuff in general

bici wrote #315635:

Wonder why they would cripple 1password

What makes you think ‘they’ (who?) crippled 1password? If anything, 1Password has happily embraced the app store. And they make use of the latest password generation available on macOS10.14 (at least for Safari). I don’t use it myself, though. Apples iCloud Keychain is sufficient for my needs.

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#473 2018-12-20 05:44:13

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Re: Txp cookies, visitor logging, and GDPR stuff in general

phiw13 wrote #312945:

You do know that this type of extension is on life support in Safari? Safari.next (v11), at least as running on macOS 10.14 will disable those extensions (but probably also on 10.13.x).

1passwoed was in his list


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#474 2018-12-20 10:30:08

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Re: Txp cookies, visitor logging, and GDPR stuff in general

1password works fine in the meantime. As Philippe noted, it uses the new method and you no longer have to install the browser extension separately as you did before (and like you do for other browsers).


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#475 2018-12-22 01:06:13

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Re: Txp cookies, visitor logging, and GDPR stuff in general

jakob wrote #315638:

1password works fine in the meantime. As Philippe noted, it uses the new method and you no longer have to install the browser extension separately as you did before (and like you do for other browsers).

thanks for the clarification and good news.


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#476 2019-01-21 23:17:08

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Re: Txp cookies, visitor logging, and GDPR stuff in general

First larger fine under the GDPR against Google, by the French regulating authority: 50 million €.

www.bbc.com/news/technology-46944696

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#477 2019-01-21 23:23:11

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Re: Txp cookies, visitor logging, and GDPR stuff in general

phiw13 wrote #316216:

First larger fine under the GDPR against Google, by the French regulating authority: 50 million €.

www.bbc.com/news/technology-46944696

C00L! W00T!


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#478 2019-01-22 08:50:49

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Re: Txp cookies, visitor logging, and GDPR stuff in general

Nice! Next stop Facebook.

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#479 2019-01-22 23:12:29

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Re: Txp cookies, visitor logging, and GDPR stuff in general

phiw13 wrote #316216:

First larger fine under the GDPR against Google, by the French regulating authority: 50 million €. www.bbc.com/news/technology-46944696

Last night I was perusing the new Elder Scrolls trailer on YT (they make some nice ones) and Goog throw up a notice in my face that all of my legal privacy handling with them would now be orchestrated through Google Ireland. I wonder if that’s not related somehow. Not sure why it would be Ireland, exactly, but I think that is their overseas tax haven, via the Double Irish Arrangement.


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#480 2019-01-22 23:21:45

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Re: Txp cookies, visitor logging, and GDPR stuff in general

Destry wrote #316229:

[…] a notice in my face that all of my legal privacy handling with them would now be orchestrated through Google Ireland. I wonder if that’s not related somehow. Not sure why it would be Ireland, exactly, but I think that is their overseas tax haven, via the Double Irish Arrangement.

Yes the Gogle EU headquarter is located in Dublin, and they are responsible for all legal “issues”. Same for Facebook, Apple, and few more. Amazon is still in Luxembourg.

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