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Pardon the Intrusion #21: What does the privacy label say?
Jul 06 2020


Subscribe to this bi-weekly newsletter here! Welcome to the latest edition of Pardon The Intrusion, TNW’s bi-weekly newsletter in which we explore the wild world of security. It’s 2020 and Apple is stepping up its privacy game. At the WWDC developers conference held a few weeks ago, Apple highlighted a slew of new security and privacy features that have been added to the upcoming iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur operating systems. There’s a handy list here, but the one feature that caught my attention the most was the introduction of privacy summaries for third-party apps. There’s no denying that…

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Last chance to get these seven digital offers at huge discounts
Jul 06 2020


TLDR: Check out these seven digital offers to improve your productivity, your work quality and even you, all at up to $3.500 off. We could make some bad puns about independence and such, but you’d see right through that cheap writing ploy. The reality is this is a pre-July 4th collection of great digital offers, all with discounts of between $125 to $3,500. If those cold, hard numbers on some stellar productivity and protection products don’t do all the persuading that needs to be done, it’s doubtful some ridiculously stretched July 4th reference will save the day. Instead, we’ll just…

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The dev career ladder needs reassessing — not all senior developers should be managers
Jul 05 2020


This article was originally published on .cult by Nadya Primak. .cult is a media platform for untold developer stories, where developers can read content around the softer side of development and watch documentaries about the tech they love. You can read this original piece here. The career ladder for software engineers is often confusing and inconsistent.  Many people who go into software development tend to go in with tunnel vision – they don’t even think about the career ladder because they’re so focused on the next pay bump or the next feature release. Also, they know that there are at least…

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Paper receipts are choking the planet. With Foreceipt, you can ditch ‘em once and for all
Jul 05 2020


TLDR: Foreceipt Receipt Tracker eliminates the need for paper receipts, handling all your expense report and tax-filing receipt work automatically. The world is moving away from paper receipts. And while that’s good news, the bad news is that that transition isn’t happening fast enough. We already know 90 percent of those inconvenient printed receipts don’t usually find their way into someone’s records — they actually just get sorted into the circular file. Of course, that’s more than just a waste of time and effort. Paper receipts make up 1.5 billion pounds of environmental waste every year. That’s 10 million trees…

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These two deals on prime VPN services will make the rest of 2020 a safer year indeed
Jul 05 2020


TLDR: These two VPN deals will assure your 4th of July — not to mention the coming year are completely safe and secure online. Is there anything more obvious than writing a post about some huge VPN deals on July 4th and drawing the line about independence? Independence from online terrorists?  Independence from governmental oversight? Independence from throttled bandwidth and streaming service edicts?  Yeah, we thought so too. Anyway, none of that changes the fact that it is July 4th…and there is a big sale on two of the top VPN services around. And since they’re all over $50, you…

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