Reply to post: I wonder at what point I became a Luddite?

We give up, Progressive Web Apps can track you, says W3C: After 5 years, it decides privacy is too much bother


I wonder at what point I became a Luddite?

Can't think how I got along all these years without PWA's. Or mobile phone apps, come to think of it. Or anti-social media sites </sarcasm> Yeah, I know, just because I've never felt any inclination to use such doesn't mean that others don't find 'em useful, and good luck to them! But I feel sad that my one-time wonder at the fact that markup-languages made things like web pages possible has changed over the years to a combination of frustration and anger at the multiple invasive assaults on privacy that have resulted since. The future just isn't what it used to be! Sigh. OK, here's me shuffling back to my flat in the local home for mildly bewildered old biddies (Flat 1980, Vulture Eyrie Tower, Sodoff Street, Birminster, Barchestershire, UK)

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