I've long wanted to add a way to delete links in bulk, and I finally got around to adding that feature today. See the "BULK DELETE" button at the upper right on any page that lists a set of links.
Safari 13 will be released soon; it will be bundled with MacOS 10.15 Catalina next month, and available via software update on older versions of MacOS. Safari 13 brings changes in the way that extensions work, and these changes will mean that our own Safari extension will no longer work.
We are working on a new extension that will be built to work with MacOS 10.15 and beyond, but due to the scope of the changes required in order to support new versions ...!-->
It's been a very busy couple of months, and I haven't really been able to weigh in on the seemingly daily deluge of privacy scandals swirling around Facebook lately. You'd have to be living under a really, really heavy rock not to have heard about any of this, and you'd have to have rocks inside your head not to wonder why so very little is actually being done.
Why aren't we more mad? Probably because the effects of privacy breaches ...!-->
Cynical former Verizon employee and FCC chairman Ajit Pai is proposing more detailed location data to be sent with 911 calls, and--brace yourself for a shocker--the proposal includes zero mentions of user privacy. The so-called "Z-axis" data that would be added to 911 calls would transmit vertical location to emergency services, potentially helping them know, for example, what floor of a building a caller is on.
Remember last year when that story came out about how all of the major US cell networks are reporting user location data to shady third parties? Remember how all of the telcos posted contrite messages about how they would never, ever share user location data with random third-party companies ever again? Well, surprise: they were lying.
Joseph Cox, for Motherboard:
Nervously, I gave a bounty hunter a phone number. He had offered to geolocate a phone for me, using a shady, overlooked service intended not ...
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