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When a “Right to Repair” argument makes itself

Photo by 1lenore Apple paid millions after iPhone repair techs posted a customer’s nude photos to Facebook --The Verge I wish the best for the affected person(s) in this situation, as personal (nude) photos were viewed and then uploaded to their very own Facebook by "repair technicians." Apple and a few other companies usually stand against Right to Repair, but in this fine example it's obvious there is little or no safety around restricting consumer repairs. On the FB thread via The Verge someone replied: Shouldn't the phone be wiped before someone repairs it? Sprint used to do that before T Mobile bought them --Andrew Some clarification is warranted to understand how a typical repair works (desktop, laptop, et al.). Starting with the customer

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Get information on cryptocurrency rank

Boring alert! Be informed on cryptocurrency prices and emerging markets with Coin Gecko. No, this is not a sponsored post - Only informing you of a decent place. Site: https://coingecko.com/ And if you're into self-hosted, hackery type projects, you may try my Cryptocurrency Market Indexer here, https://github.com/snick512/cryptomarketindexer. Cryptocurrency Market Indexer is an old-fashioned crawler which asks services about their data and then stores it. From there, any application can access the SQL data and even update it. Good luck out there.

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