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Cake day: Feb 29, 2020


"they have been threatening an anti-CCP Chinese software developer over his life with threats such as “deporting you to China”

This is ridiculous. Absolutely ridiculous.

You cannot muahahahaha

Being unable to change things is certainly depressing, having that said, putting all the weigh on you as an individual is in more than one way ignoring the diagnosis of communism. This is a collective problem, once the majority understands and want to change that, then we can start taking actions as individuals.

Also, let’s not forget that democracy is key.

Well i don’t know about that, fabricating microprocessors and designing them are two different things. Having that said, Globalfoundries doesn’t belong to China.

I’ve heard that intel wants to buy Globalfoundries for 30 billion dollars, so that move would potentially be used against Russia’s interests. I think at the end of the day Russia will gravitate towards the chinese sphere, regardless of what they want.

Maybe it’s not a mistake… remember, when windows developers find a bug, they first report it to the american agencies before patching it.


This definetly happened somewere somehow.

Your argument is based on the premise of philantropy, but that doesn’t seem to be the case here.

Same thing goes for google on Linux, they have fucsia right?

Now that is impressive, Russia is already a militar powerhouse, so they actually need sophisticated hardware in order to control all that armament, a modern RISC-V microprocessor aimed for the laptop market could secretly be meant to be used for other activities.

It is a mix of previous FLOSS projects with right wing politics, mostly only trump supporters will buy it.

It is like a company selling ads, but the ads here is more about cheap patriotism.

Having that said, you’re not gonna be spied on with this particular virus/service, because it’s quite expensive, it’s a couple of millions per victim.

In that sense, GAFAM and legal surveillance capitalism are more concerning.

Yeah, Pegasus. In my country it was constantly used to spy on political oppositors and journalists. It is not a cheap service.

Comunism is surprisingly benefitial to the economy.

More money to the workers, more money to spend. More people spending, more business.

AMD’s support of free software keeps surprising me, it’s not perfect granted, but at the beggining most people thought it was another strategy to attract more users, now it looks like they see it as a business model.

I bet it is the electron app… sounds ugly but hey, at least we have that.

I truly wonder if the APU of this handheld is actually the Xbox one series S chip with some nonfunctional cores deactivated, since there is a worldwide chip scarcity i highly doubt AMD just decided to give part of its CPU production to Valve’s new project.

Regardless of that, this sounds nice, all respect to KDE users, i would personally install Fedora on it, GNOME is designed with this kind of device in mind.

It could, but here people take their privacy more seriously than say, discord, so not many of us would participate.

Also mi voice is annoying lol.

Well, i embrace the idea of promoting lemmy, so that’s good. At the same time, if you force the situation too much, some people might see it as an annoyance. There has to be a middle ground. At the same time, the Fediverse needs to be more than just a political statement.

But hey, the platform is young, there will be a lot of opportunities to grow the community in the future.

Yep, sounds like it. Backfire theory. Learn about imperialism, capitalism and socialism first before making such uneducated comments.

I wonder how downplaying my figure makes my points less valid.

Buddy, Taiwan is a separatist region, not a country. For a state to be a country, it has to be a de jure sovereignty. Taiwan is a de facto state.

You really have to check again what “de jure” and what “de facto” means. Taiwan pretty much enters in the category of a “de jure” state, since it doesn’t force it’s citizens to recognize the Taiwanese law by authoritarian means. Furthermore elections are a given and so far there are no fraud concerns.

Ever heard Taiwan declaring independence, or being recognised as a country by a majority of countries in UN, let alone just 15 countries?

This is so close to be a compelling argument to use against the existence of Palestina as an estate, it’s funny how inconsistent some people can get just to justify Chinese expansionist policy over Taiwan.

Not gonna watch the video right now, but China fulfills every category to be an imperialist country.

They are expansionist by nature, claiming Taiwan, they use their money to extend their influence, the so called soft power, they lend money to weak countries that want to develop infrastructure with the condition that if they don’t pay the money china gets the infrastructure. That is an aggressive expansionist activity.

Honestly, this bro was a little crazy, i am sad, but not surprised. McAfee sometimes just wanted problems, or that’s what i feel.

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