Google is down. That feels like the Internet is off. That is what was missing to make the year 2020 feel complete.
daily, 12.March 2020
Our new GCP region in Seoul is officially open for business.
Nithin Coca of The Next Web went on a quest to quitting Google. In this article, he describes his experience and gives plenty of pointers on how to achieve the same. He start out making a point about individual privacy, and points out individual alternatives to popular Google services. Starting from using Firefox over Chrome to particular services for daily office use. At the end of the year, this little “Quitting Google” guide contains little news, but serves as a good starting point to maybe develop a new years resolution and be more sensitive about privacy in the upcoming year 2020.
Over the past six months, I have gone on a surprisingly tough, time-intensive, and enlightening quest — to quit using, entirely, the products of just one company — Google. What should be a simple task was, in reality, many hours of research and testing. But I did it. Today, I am Google-free, part of the […]
Update: Google also reports on their blog.
Nobody could see THAT coming!
Apparently it’s not just a cool new feature but a controversial discussion.
“Does the owner of a home need to disclose to a guest? I would and do when someone enters into my home, and it’s probably something that the products themselves should try to indicate.”
Well, d’uh. If Rick Osterloh, SVP of Devices and Services, says so. At least the BBC writes.