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About KHL

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  • Birthday October 30

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    Imaginary space
  • Interests
    Physics, technology, journalism, anime. J-Pop
  • Biography
    "Just a regular student"
    - Me, 2019
  • Occupation


  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 5 3550H
  • RAM
    4 GB DDR4 @ 2400 MHz
  • GPU
    AMD Radeon RX 560X Series
  • Storage
    HDD: 1TB @ 5400 RPM
  • Mouse
    HP USB Laser Mouse @ 1000 dpi
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 1909 (November 2019 Update)

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  1. About Microsoft PowerShell, its uses and difference from traditional Microsoft Command Prompt.
  2. Back after a month of inactivity

  3. Disabled Recent Profile Visitors so people can stalk me without getting found out by others 😉😉 jk

    1. LukeSavenije


      but now i can't stalk who's stalking you

  4. I see, thanks. So they do have a contract with an MCN. I thought LTT doesn't have one of them.
  5. Now I'm considering to buy an iPhone

    1. germgoatz


      ok "ken"

    2. TacoSenpai


      I've been considering it for my next phone either that or a dumb phone. 

  6. Nope. According to the policy: which you can find here https://play.google.com/about/monetization-ads/ads/ad-id/
  7. According to an article from CNET, around 17,000 Android apps have been tracking users even opted out of interest-based ads or Personalized Ads by linking Advertising ID to device's identifiers (i.e. MAC address, IMEI, and Android ID.) Which is a violation of Google's policy on the use of Advertising ID: It was also reported that these apps have already been installed on at least 100 million devices. According to the same article, Google responded saying: Sources: CNET: https://www.cnet.com/news/these-android-apps-have-been-tracking-you-even-when-you-say-stop/ Blog post of security researcher + list of some popular apps that violated Google's policy: https://blog.appcensus.mobi/2019/02/14/ad-ids-behaving-badly/ Google's Developer Ad Policy: https://play.google.com/about/monetization-ads/ads/ad-id/
  8. This is nothing new, to be honest The original post is correct: Microsoft has been linked of gathering data via aggressive telemetry But then again, that was Windows, and Windows is just one product of Microsoft; and as for politics: one lawsuit/complaint per product. Now, we're seeing Office, and according to the article: the Dutch regulators would "end all violations" if Microsoft complied with the "improvement plan" that the regulators provided - table on the PDF; or on above post (located under Column 3: "Possible Measure Microsoft) I'll see how this story develops.