[nonostantement #188] - whatsapp vs privacy / moma courses / superfest
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Welcome to nonostantement: a weekly newsletter with intense, pleasing and modest stuff found all over the Internet.
Hello everyone, I'm Joele, an online communication consultant, and this is the email I send to my friends every Sunday. In this newsletter I collect the best links to the most interesting things I find during the week while I am working on the Internet.
As a music company to this mail a bit of 90s nostalgia with an album that is the soundtrack of one of my favorite films: Until the end of the world.
Chinese Players Are Review Bombing Life is Strange: True Colors Over a Flag
In Haven Springs, there is a small shop that contains the Tibet Flag hanging overhead. On Steam, there appears to be an ongoing review bomb of the game. Out of 137 of the simplified Chinese reviews, 103 of them are negative.
A Single Laser Fired Through a Keyhole Can Expose Everything Inside a Room
If you're worried about privacy, it might be time to cover up your front door's peephole.
The Straight Line Between Zeitgeist: The Movie’s 9/11 Truth and the Modern Conspiracy Cult
The 2007 Peter Joseph film and the two movies that followed acted as the ball bearings that helped smooth the rise of anti-vaxxers and QAnon
Revealed: LAPD officers told to collect social media data on every civilian they stop
An internal police chief memo shows employees were directed to use ‘field interview cards’ which would then be reviewed
How Facebook Undermines Privacy Protections for Its 2 Billion WhatsApp Users
WhatsApp assures users that no one can see their messages — but the company has an extensive monitoring operation and regularly shares personal information with prosecutors.
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1000 Dreams seeks to change prevailing refugee narratives through a storytelling project that tells the stories of 1000 refugees across Europe.
Superfest – The (almost) unbreakable East German Glass
Despite their commercial success in East Germany, the production plant in Schewpnitz was shut down on the 1st of July, 1990. After German reunification, the plant was sold off and scrapped piece by piece – as no manufacturer had any interest in the technology, or in a product which would actually “slow down” sales.
"Ragazze Italiane" by Alessia Laudoni
If you are in Barcelona do not miss the "Ragazze Italiane" exhibition - free entry at Palau Robert until October 3rd!
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