And yet TikTok is a Chinese product
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Won't someone think of the kids? China's Cyberspace Admin steps up, orders massive cleanup to make the net safe for minors
The government today argued digital identities could help reduce cases of online fraud
Keyword in that is "could". Since it's a Government project all that is guaranteed is that it will be 5 years behind schedule, £££m over budget and the usual "suppliers" will be lining their pockets before finally being scrapped.
Treaty of Roam finally in ashes: O2 cracks, joins rivals, adds data roaming charges for heavy users in EU
Norton Antivirus is the same. Automatic subscription at £80 per year.
As soon as I entered the authorisation key I go onto their web site and cancel that auto-renewal.
When it's time to renew the "subscription", I go on Amazon and get a new one at £20ish
Rinse and repeat the process for another year.
Apple vs Epic Games trial kicks off featuring the same old arguments, hundreds of angry Zoombombing tweens
Facebook, it's cool to see you using Rust and joining the foundation, but please don't Zuck it up for all of us
Won't somebody please think of the children!!! UK to mount fresh assault on end-to-end encryption in Facebook
Microsoft customers locked out of Teams, Office, Xbox, Dynamics – and Azure Active Directory breakdown blamed
What happens when cancel culture meets Adolf Hitler pareidolia? Amazon decides it needs a new app icon
9 years after SpaceX strode into Texas village, Elon Musk floats name change for Boca Chica: 'Starbase'
Happy birthday, Python, you're 30 years old this week: Easy to learn, and the right tool at the right time
Re: Why do some people not like python's indentation=code block container
What would happen if I did CTRL-A and SHIFT-TAB a few times to remove all indentations?
How would Python reactive that?
How would you fix the code if it wasn't backed up in a repository?
I would genuinely like to know. I see this as a design flaw in the language if you don't have some sort of end block marker/statement to mitigate these kind of mistakes.
Big Tech workers prefer 3 days at home, 2 in the office. We ask Reg readers: What's your home-office balance?
UK Test and Trace chief Dido Harding tries to convince MPs that £14m for canned mobile app was money well spent
In wake of Apple privacy controls, Facebook mulls just begging its iOS app users to let it track them over the web
We've got some really bad news about Apple's privacy measures, Google tells iOS app devs: It'll hurt your Google ad revenue
Next, Apple needs to do something about the games on their platform popping up a full screen Ads everything you complete a level or something.
Some games are more like "Advert Apps" then an actual game since they pop up after every level and last longer than actually playing the level.
The "close button" needs to be a lot bigger and in the same location. They practically hiding the damn thing.
As well as stop the Ad from opening App Store to download the game when you press the close button.
Also reduce the time limit of the Ad being displayed from 30 seconds to something like 10 seconds then show the close button to cancel the Ad.
Reading El Reg while working from home? Here's a pleasant thought: Kaspersky says 1 in 10 of you are naked right now
I've kept my morning routine as normal as possible so it's less of a shock to the system when the day comes I have to go back into the office.
Get up, shower, get dressed, breakfast...
I also do a "fake" commute. Go for a 20/30 min walk (depending if it's not chucking it down) round the neighbourhood to clear the cobwebs, varying the route from time to time.