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- Meta: 390-million euro data protection fine and how we advertise in the future (2/2)Meta must pay a fine of 210 million euros (in the case of Facebook) and 180 million euros in the case of Instagram for an established violation of the GDPR. How can we advertise in the future?
- Windows 8.1 discontinued today – A farewell letterDear community, today, 10.01.2023, the support for Windows 8.1 ends. This gives us reason for a little farewell speech for this operating system.
- Meta: 390-million euro data protection fine and how we advertise in the future (1/2)On January 4, 2023, the Irish Data Protection Authority (DPC) published a report, in which it announced a €390 million fine against Meta Ireland (Facebook and Instagram). European data protectionists and Meta, meanwhile, continue to argue over appropriate legalities for free socialMedia offerings that effectively rely on advertising. Meanwhile, I’m doing what I always do in that case. Thinking and philosophizing about what this actually means for some industries and whether it’s really the right thing to do.
- Chromium Tab Preview in the Windows taskbar – Why it didn’t happen:Already at the beginning of the year, I came across a discussion that I had followed several times before. One question was always in the room. Why doesn’t Chrome handle tab previews in the Windows taskbar? Even more than 10 years after the initial testing and removal of the feature from Chrome, there is still no proper documentation of the problem anywhere. So I’m doing this now!
- Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition (GTA TT) – Bugs with guarantee! But no wonderGrand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition has managed to shine only 5 days after release as the most hated GTA game of all time. Bugs, ugly grubs, and proof that the recipe -> Strong Brand + Recycling + BudgetLow is a complete success purely from an economic point of view. Unfortunately, GTA …
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