Re: long-term Windows users are used to this and will barely notice
You could do worse than an M1 Apple - Asahi Linux is coming along and will soon be a Fedora spin.
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> In that case I argue it would be undemocratic to hold an election, the Prime Minister should be voted for once and the next election held after they die.
It is the Will Of the People that that PM is PM, and by the new gods and the old, death will not disbar them. People knew they were voting for an eventually dead person all along.
In fairness, to mitigate signal issues you can use offline maps from various vendors. OSMAnd or Maps.me are particularly handy, but in a pinch there's HERE if you have the processing power.
Online maps are at best a so-so technology choice if you are going into the wilderness (as are electronic maps without a backup in general) but there are alternatives.
"Google created a product, in your mind better, that also doesn't let you do certain things, like disable google play services let alone delete it."
I'm perfectly free to install an AOSP build without GPS in any form. Unlocking that on any Pixel takes one line of code.
Literally nothing is ultra vires for Parliament under English law, that's the central concept of Parliamentary sovereignty. If you have no legal training (and you obviously do not) you should probably not attempt to use legal terminology in some kind of cargo cult impression of any understanding at all.
It's an email webmail client with a JS wrapper around GPG. It recently passed a security audit.
It's email, so you don't need the other parties to use it, although if you want encrypted comms they have to use GPG either via Protonmail or somewhere else (including their own desktop GPG install). So it's much more fitting into the gmail use case, just without scanning.
And yes, you can get plane tickets etc to it.
The press release regarding Chrome specifically states that "we intend to continue supporting the 32-bit build configurations on Linux to support building Chromium". Reading between the lines, you probably won't get more Pepper Flash releases and also no more Widevine, but will get a browser. Not such a big loss for most Chrome apps.
For the love of all that is holy, please don't have strobing animations in the sidebar like the one used to advertise this.
a) Some readers will be epileptic;
b) for those that aren't (such as me) rapidly flashing stuff is distracting and annoying in exactly the same way as spammy adverts that do that are.