Guía para principiantes de UX research | Agencia de Innovación Digital | Nubertia Lab
En una industria dedicada a las personas que utilizan nuestros productos, servicios y aplicaciones, el UX research… #internet
Como um jogo da NFL foi transmitido com visual do Toy Story?
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anyway, just got the first two pieces of the Shadow’s Mantle & so rightly was able to jump from expert difficulty straight up to torment VIII; the very serious & important matter of “game” “balance” has finally been fully resolved then, I see
not going to get weird about it; I'm just going to keep it light & normal 😎 on the internet
As social media companies rise and fall, a number of books exploring the internet revolution have been published. Add “Extremely Online: The Untold Story of Fame, Influence and Power on the Internet” to the list. “Tech founders may control source code, but users shape the product,” author Taylor Lorenz writes. Here’s more from the AP: https://flip.it/lWa3Br
#Culture #Reading #Internet #Books #Bookstodon
Okay, corrected that Word thing. That was the easy part. I need to add a lot more activities to the Internet course. A lot more Google fetch quests. But how would I get the students to get the document to me? Oh wait, they've not even done word yet. Hmm. They've not done email yet either. Just Windows basics and their screen reader course. I mean you'd think that'd be enough but I'm trying to be fair here. I thought about maybe a flash drive, but that'd be like, a lot of work to just transfer a file. Hmm. Maybe we can get a network drive up and going or something. The students need more practice with File Explorer, the monster that it is, and copying and pasting files anyway. Ugh I so wish it were as simple as Mac or Linux. Just land in the home folder and move out from there. But oh no there's like expandable sections and the filesystem isn't laid out simply. Anyway, yeah maybe have them open notepad and write in that, save it and transfer it through the network or something. Or, *sigh* I could have them start uploading their work to Moodle earlier. Ugh I'm gonna hate having to go into Moodle, and push my hand all the way up to my shoulder in Moodle junk just to grab a file upload. Yeah maybe the network drive would be good enough.
Desarrollo de aplicaciones: Thunkable en el ecosistema No Code 2023 - Agencia de Innovación Digital | Lab…
En este artículo, me enfocaré en Thunkable, una herramienta de creación de aplicaciones sin… #internet
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Інтернет без світла: які провайдери готові до нових відключень електроенергії | Економічна правда https://www.epravda.com.ua/publications/2023/10/2/704965/
Okay, so. https://kagi.com I really feel this is like the next thing. If you have not yet tried it, do it. The idea of a private, paid for search, aligns much better (in my book) with incentives for actually providing valuable results rather than profitable results.
The #FCC Restores Its Responsibility to Oversee #Corporate Control of #Internet
"Grandma Scammed By Every Piece Of Technology In House"
Cómo construir una aplicación móvil con Glide: todo lo que necesitas saber 2023 - Agencia No Code | Nubertia…
Si estás buscando una forma fácil y sencilla de crear aplicaciones móviles sin tener que… #internet
Ich mag keine erhobenen Zeigefinger nach dem Motto: Ich weiß es eh besser als du. Ich beobachte derzeit die sozialen Netzwerke genau und probiere etwas herum. Denn was ich nicht leiden kann, sind so Situationen, in denen man denkt, man muss mich anpinkeln. Das hat mich immer schon auf anderen Plattformen gestört, vor allem, wenn es nicht wirklich einen stichhaltigen […]
European Telecom Groups Ask Brussels To Make Big Tech Pay More For Networks - Europe's biggest telecoms companies have called on the EU to compel Big Tech to pa... - https://tech.slashdot.org/story/23/10/02/1350249/european-telecom-groups-ask-brussels-to-make-big-tech-pay-more-for-networks?utm_source=rss1.0mainlinkanon&utm_medium=feed #internet
Slashdot: European Telecom Groups Ask Brussels To Make Big Tech Pay More For Networks https://tech.slashdot.org/story/23/10/02/1350249/european-telecom-groups-ask-brussels-to-make-big-tech-pay-more-for-networks?utm_source=rss1.0mainlinkanon&utm_medium=feed #Tech #slashdot #Technology #internet
Bleibt im Zuge der Verbreitung von Online-Diensten und „Smart Devices“ ein Anbieter in seinem Segment übrig, der eine reine Offline-Lösung anbietet, so verfügt dieser über ein (technologisches) Alleinstellungsmerkmal mit guten Erfolgsaussichten.
Gamificación en UX Design: mejora la experiencia y el compromiso de tus usuarios | Agencia No Code | Nubertia Lab
La gamificación se ha convertido en una de las tendencias más sorprendentes en el diseño… #internet
You ever get that feeling where something is just so monumentally fucked up that it’s easier to just start from scratch than trying to fix all the problems with it?
That’s how I’ve felt about the #internet for the past ten years or so.
More whining from European telcos about the need for large tech companies to pay their “fair share” … even though the telcos are all making profits already!
And… all of the large tech companies are *already* paying significantly for network infrastructure.
And… it is the *customers* of the telcos who are wanting to access these services.
But the telcos just want MORE money! 🤦♂️
The antitrust suit against Google isn’t the DOJ-Microsoft fight redux - For longtime tech industry watchers, the US Department of Justice’s antitrust suit aga... - https://www.computerworld.com/article/3707309/the-antitrust-suit-against-google-isn-t-the-doj-microsoft-fight-redux.html#tk.rss_all #technologyindustry #government #microsoft #internet #google
Will the FTC's Lina Khan succeed in breaking up Amazon? - The FTC’s latest antitrust lawsuit accuses Amazon of using a web of anticompetitive st... - https://www.computerworld.com/article/3707811/will-the-ftcs-lina-khan-succeed-in-breaking-up-amazon.html#tk.rss_all #technologyindustry #retailindustry #regulation #internet #legal
Warum Cookie Banner doof sind
No se puede diseñar sin una mentalidad de crecimiento | Agencia No Code | Nubertia Lab
Una mentalidad de crecimiento impulsa a tu equipo a experimentar con nuevas formas de pensar. El diseño es la… #internet
Ich bin kein Netzwerker doch irgendwie wundert mich dies nicht…
»DDoS-Schutz unwirksam – Hacker können Cloudflare-Kunden via Cloudflare angreifen:
Je nach Konfiguration können Hacker die Infrastruktur von Cloudflare selbst missbrauchen, um Webseiten von Cloudflare-Kunden anzugreifen.«
Eish, I just can't get used to #Chrome popping up new #downloads at the top-right, in a balloon which disappears after a few seconds. I miss them showing up in a bar at the bottom and staying there permanently.
Else I forget what I have downloading, or I miss the little balloon in the top right (#RetinitisPigmentosa, you know, so no peripheral vision: #accessibility is important), and then I click the "Download" link multiple times because I think it hasn't worked.
Mind you, once I do know there's a download happening, I always press CTRL+J to see all the details, because I still feel lost if I don't know what the transfer rate in Kb/s or Mb/s is (#geek alert). I'm still miffed that OSes started hiding that info from users, because in my mind it's critical for computer users to have an intrinsic understanding of that stuff. :/
Hypocritical, self-righteous, reprobate politicians make for lousy moral police.
‟The Transphobia Hidden Inside the Latest Online Safety Bills”
‟What looks to some like a rare form of bipartisan agreement to rein in Big Tech is also a method of scrambling actual accountability—with a broad, dangerous 'save the children' crusade.”
@feb Eine Entwicklung, die mich nicht erstaunt. Die #Kommerzialisierung des #Internet begann mit Werbung und Suchmaschinen, zerstörte alles was man anfangs mal als #socialmedia verstand und wird sich nun die freie Internetnutzung einverleiben.
So, wie das #Fediverse heute ein freies alternatives
Soziales-Netzwerk zu den kommerzialisierten + zentralistischen SocialMedia ist, so wird es wohl leider in 1-2 Jahrzehnten ein alternatives Internet geben müssen, um weiterhin frei surfen zu können.
#abstract Nowadays there is vast information publicly available on the #internet and it is ever-expanding.
#TheOnionRouter (TOR) network aims to grant people in such abusive areas anonymity on the internet, but with the emerge of quantum computers this anonymity is threatened.
In this work, we give insight into a quantum-safe #TOR network that grants anonymity in the quantum world…
Supprimer les #VPN, lever l'#anonymat sur #Internet... Pourquoi nos #politiques proposent-ils des idées irréalistes ? https://www.01net.com/actualites/supprimer-les-vpn-lever-lanonymat-sur-internet-pourquoi-nos-politiques-proposent-ils-des-idees-irrealistes.html
“Things Every Hacker Once Knew” , Eric S Raymond (http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/things-every-hacker-once-knew/).
The world’s oldest active Torrent turns 20 years old
Twenty years ago, a group of friends shot a Matrix fan film on a limited budget. Sharing their creation with the rest of the word initially appeared to be too expensive, but then they discovered a new technology called BitTorrent. Fast forward two decades and their “Fanimatrix" release is the oldest active torrent that's still wi
Backdoored firmware lets #China state hackers control routers with “magic packets”
The modified firmware used by BlackTech is hard to detect.
The Fair Trade Commission warned Google and other tech giants on Thursday that using news content from news media on their online platforms without proper compensation could potentially violate antimonopoly laws. https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2023/09/22/japan/fair-trade-commission-online-news-platforms-antimonopoly-law/?utm_content=bufferfbe43&utm_medium=social&utm_source=mastodon&utm_campaign=bffmstdn #japan #google #yahoo #internet #media
Ich glaube kein Maulkorb (also nicht über das übliche Maß hinaus wenn der Verleger die Richtung vorgibt). Beim Öffentlichen Rundfunk dann halt Politik und Rundfunkrat der ja nun nicht wirklich die Bevölkerung darstellt, beim Rest wirkt dann halt das KiPo / Terror-Märchen.
Ich vermute eher grundsätzlich:
Das #Internet (und davon eine Funktion die Chatprogramme) haben zum Bedeutungsverlust von Rundfunk und Presse geführt. Die Gatekeeper Funktion für den gesellschaftlichen Diskurs ist seit ein 1...2 Jahrzehnten verloren gegangen. Dem trauert man hinterher. Alles was dem Internet und dem direkten Austausch in größeren Gruppen der Bevölkerung schadet ist erwünscht.
»Digitale Archive: Wie weitersuchen, wenn Google nicht weiterweiss?
Auch nach 25 Jahren kennt Google nicht auf alles eine Antwort. Unser Autor nennt tolle, kaum bekannte Archive für vergessene Websites, historische Medien und Foto-Zeitreisen.«
– von @MrClicko
The FCC Restores Its Responsibility to Oversee Corporate Control of Internet
Net neutrality is the ability to monitor and regulate hugely powerful companies’ control over an essential element of public life.
Happy to find out @rms is on mastodon. I wonder if you're open to debate or conversation, mr Stallman. I was at one of your talks in Monza around 2015. I was only 15. I'm now a happy developer and pirate. #rms #stallman #gnu #linux #gnupluslinux #foss #fsf #freesoftware #software #pirate #steal #share #free #freedom #freedoms #democracy #anarchy #anarchism #anarchist #libertarian #libertarianism #decentralized #open #opensource #science #research #computer #network #rust #rustlang #web #internet
Oha, da muss auch ich wohl meine Server ändern. Gut das ich diesen Artikel noch unter meinen Augen kriegte, denn ich bin eigentlich nicht der Server Admin.
»Verschlimmbessertes VPN: Ein Wort der Warnung zu OPNsense/DECISO«
#Women #Transgender #LGBTQ #LGBTQIA #Oklahoma #Education #Allies #RoleModels #Conservatives #Extremism #Fascism #Censorship #RepublicanParty #Hate #Bigotry #Violence #Genocide #Discrimination #Homophobia #Transphobia #ThePartyOfHate
Exactly 14 years ago yesterday we formed the small, not-for-profit company #DotScotRegistry that would eventually apply @ICANN & acquire the .scot domain enabling #Scotland to finally take its place on #internet Wee reminder of how it all worked #birth #heritage #affinity #business #charity #culture https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/scot-worldwide-family-scots-harry-mcgrath?utm_source=share&utm_medium=member_ios&utm_campaign=share_via
D'ailleurs il n'y a aucune garantie sur :
- ce que fait ce script
- ce qu'est censé faire ce script
- l'usage fait de ce script
Ne me faites pas dire ce que j'ai pas dit, d'ailleurs j'ai rien dit du tout ou alors pas du tout ça.
you forget that Facebook and WordPress run on PHP
Au final, j'ai fait ma vraie arrivée dans la sphère #francophone il n'y a quelques semaines vraiment mais vu que je m'adapte bien et que j'aimais beaucoup #tumblr (on remarquera un système d'abonnement similaire, tumblr qui a indiqué vouloir se fédérer d'ailleurs, j'ai hâte, avec #wordpress), je n'ai eu qu'une expérience positive ici, avec à la fois des discussions techniques et poussées, et du bavardage agréable et tranquille, sans trolls.
»Datenschutz: Sachsens Staatskanzlei soll Mastodon statt Facebook nutzen«
Weshalb ist dieses Thema in der Schweiz immer noch nicht vorhanden? Da wird X/Twitter & Facebook fast ausschliesslich genutzt, weil die BürgerInnen anscheinend "nur" dort online sind. Ach ja, es gibt mehr als nur Mastodon um das Fediverse zu nutzen & zu kommunizieren!
The idea being here that apps – #mobile, #desktop, #web, and headless – can find and talk to each other across the #internet privately and securely without having to go through centralized and often corporate-owned systems. Veilid provides code for app developers to drop into their #software so that their clients can join and communicate in a peer-to-peer #community.
#p2p #security #privacy #framework #communication #freedom #opensource #decentralization #hacker
“Most tech workers report working from around 10 a.m. to around 9 p.m., five days a week.
Many take a generous couple of hours off for lunch or dinner.
Plenty of people report overtime and working six days a week is not rare.”
Indian Country faces the biggest #Internet connectivity challenges in the U.S.
At last the fed gov is starting to make needed infrastructure investments as Tribal Nations are building & operating their own broadband networks
Link below to our story on NTIA's Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program and how a number of Tribal Nations are getting down to business in creating digital sovereignty
Today, 9 Internet innovators were inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame.
Celebrating their achievements is a reminder of why we do the work we do—to grow and protect the Internet.
Please consider donating today to safeguard the Internet for future innovators! https://donate.internetsociety.org/ihof/
WATCH LIVE NOW - the 2023 Induction Ceremony for the Internet Hall of Fame: https://www.internethalloffame.org/2023-induction-ceremony/
Join us in celebrating the induction of 9 Internet Pioneers into the IHOF: https://www.internethalloffame.org/2023/09/05/nine-internet-pioneers-will-join-the-internet-hall-of-fame-on-26-september/
FCC to reintroduce rules protecting net neutrality | CNN Business
It's called "Dead Internet" and starts as a peaceful #Vaporwave tune inspired by computery sounds of the late 90s, but as it progresses it distorts and becomes a creepier husk of itself, symbolising the Internet's mutation into the #SEO-#spam-filled, #algorithm-driven, #AI-generated race to the bottom we know it today! 🌐
Pre-save link is https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/moule/dead-internet and it's out in October on #FridayThe13th! Spooky... 👻
@pluralistic talks about everything that threatens to make the internet “a toxic waste dump”—and the ways you can regain control of your choices online.
DEF CON 31 - An Audacious Plan to Halt the Internet's Enshittification
I’ve been using @protonmail for nearly 7 years now and using it successfully with my custom #domains too. Such a great evolution of the product and still growing product family. Now it’s time to #share. Using my referral link gives you a #free month of #Proton #Mail Plus to get in touch a personal impression of the look and feel.
That ruling was narrower than a district court’s finding that also barred #government ofcls from working w/ #academic groups, including the #Stanford #Internet Observatory. But the #DOJ argues the injunction still contradicts certain First Amendment principles, including that the president is entitled to use his bully pulpit to persuade American companies “to act in ways that the President believes would advance the #PublicInterest.”
LThat ruling was narrower than a district court’s finding that also barred #government ofcls from working w/ #academic groups, including the #Stanford #Internet Observatory. But the #DOJ argues the injunction still contradicts certain First Amendment principles, including that the president is entitled to use his bully pulpit to persuade American companies “to act in ways that the President believes would advance the #PublicInterest.”
This week was one where I actually *wrote* articles/posts for a change! 🎉
For my work at @internetsociety , I wrote:
- about the reports we were seeing (but were unable to verify) of #Internet shutdowns in #Libya : https://pulse.internetsociety.org/blog/monitoring-reports-of-internet-shutdown-in-libya
- About #Techxit, the collateral damage of the UK's #OnlineSafetyBill - https://www.internetsociety.org/blog/2023/09/techxit-the-uk-declares-its-exit-from-the-high-tech-startup-world/
For my personal sites:
- About Facebook's multiple account support:
Only 3 posts... but that's 3 more than I wrote the week before!!
The #Economics of Open Source talk by @evancz was really great, insightful and funny - and also a bit depressing. When someone like Evan can't release a feature because of fear of being "Jeff-ed" (outcompeted in trying to monetize by providing hosting by AWS and other large players) ...
Techxit: The UK Declares Its Exit from the High-Tech Startup World
"With this one act, the UK has declared its exit from the high-tech startup world and doomed the UK to be a follower of Europe, the USA, India, and everywhere else that encourages innovation."
July 18, 1992: The First Photo Uploaded to the Web, of CERN’s All-Girl Science Rock Band "Les Horribles Cernettes" ("The Horrible CERN Girls" in English)
The group sang love songs about colliders, quarks, liquid nitrogen, microwaves, and antimatter in ’60s-inspired outfits.
(the article contains the songs and funny lyrics, it's not that bad! 😀 )
Übermedien: Kommentar: Der Link, das ewige Tabu
Vermeintliche Qualitätsmedien ignorieren immer noch Mindeststandards des Online-Journalismus. Bei „T-Online“ ist es besonders absurd.
Der Link, das ewige Tabu | Übermedien
One of the local Wireless #Internet Service Providers, #WISP, is overstating their service as 100/20. This is really annoying as it messes up all the #FCC and state #broadband maps. In reality, everyone is lucky to get 25/3 with them and given the terrain in #Colorado, like where I live, service is not even possible due to line of sight.
I want #fiber!
Champions League und iOS 17: Neuer Datenrekord am DE-CIX erreicht
Der Traffic an Europas größtem Internetknoten wächst und wächst. Nun wurde erstmals ein Spitzenwert beim Datendurchsatz von mehr als 15 Tbit/s erreicht.
The #UK Parliament Undermined The #Privacy, #Security, And #Freedom Of All Internet Users Worldwide
"The U.K. Parliament has passed the #OnlineSafetyBill (OSB), which says it will make the U.K. “the safest place” in the world to be online. In reality, the OSB will lead to a much more censored, locked-down internet for British users. The bill could empower the government to undermine not just the privacy and security of U.K. residents, but #internet users worldwide."
#encryption #Privacy #Data #freespeech #ukpolitics
A New Chapter for Waterfox, > I am happy to say that Waterfox is independent again. This change allows the community and myself to shape the browser’s future direction. https://www.waterfox.net/en-US/blog/a-new-chapter-for-waterfox/ #Firefox #Privacy #Internet
I realize that I haven't shared much in the past few years about my previous work at the UVM Comp. Story Lab, where we studied phenomena like incels, k-pop, and linguistic turbulence on platforms like #Reddit and #Twitter. Explains why I know so much obscure internet lore 😅 Enjoy:
🆕 blog! “False Friends - HTML Elements which are also Top Level Domains”
In linguistics, a "False Friend" is a word which looks similar in multiple languages, but means something different in each of them. For example the word "gift" in English means "a present", in German means "poison", and in Norwegian it means "married". The Internet uses Top Level …
False Friends - HTML Elements which are also Top Level Domains
In linguistics, a "False Friend" is a word which looks similar in multiple languages, but means something different in each of them. For example the word "gift" in English means "a present", in German means "poison", and in Norwegian it means "married".
The Internet uses Top Level Domains (TLD) to organise information into hierarchies. This website uses .mobi - you may also be familiar with .com for commercial entities, or .de for German pages.
The World Wide Web uses HyperText Markup Language (HTML) to structure web pages. For example
<footer> to display a footer, or
<ol> for an ordered list.
There is absolutely no relationship between the two sets of entities. But, just for fun, are there any HTML elements which happen to be false friends of the TLDs?
Before we go any further, have a quick think. How many do you reckon there are? Are there some which spring to mind immediately?
Obviously, the first port of call is AI. Its mastery of all things means that we can get an accurate answer in a nanosecond.
There are fifteen current HTML elements which have a match with a TLD. And a couple which are deprecated. Here they are:
<br> .br - Brazil
<hr> .hr - Croatia
<li> .li - Liechtenstein
<td> .td - Chad
<th> .th - Thailand
<tr> .tr - Türkiye
And the ones which are no longer valid HTML:
Is that more than you expected? Less? Are there others which you think should be TLDs? Should HTML get a
<uk> element post-Brexit? Have I missed any?
Comments in the usual box.
🆕 blog! “Book Review: The Internet Con - How to Seize the Means of Computation by Cory Doctorow”
This is beloved firebrand Cory doing what he does best. Rallying the rebellion with righteous indignation and a no-nonsense approach to fixing technology's ills. If you've read any of his fiction, or liste…
Book Review: The Internet Con - How to Seize the Means of Computation by Cory Doctorow
This is beloved firebrand Cory doing what he does best. Rallying the rebellion with righteous indignation and a no-nonsense approach to fixing technology's ills.
If you've read any of his fiction, or listened to him talk, you'll know what to expect. An overview of how big tech has screwed us over and the consequences of those machinations. Unlike other writers, Doctorow provides eminently practical solutions.
Now, some of the solutions you'll be unable to implement unless you're an elected official. So now's a great time to write to your representative and ask them to take action.
He is relentless at pointing out the hypocrisy of big tech - fighting to carve out exceptions for themselves which they then deny to others. We get a full-on historical lesson about the VCR and how the fight for the right to party infringe copyright was won and lost several times.
I spent many years working inside the UK Government pushing the agenda of open standards and interoperability. So it was particularly gratifying to read:
Governments can—and should—have rules about interoperability in their procurement policies. They should require companies hoping to receive public money to supply the schematics, error codes, keys and other technical matter needed to maintain and improve the things they sell and provide to our public institutions.
That's what I did! It is getting better - but it is work that will never be finished.
Similarly, he accurately describes the problems with Standards Development Organisations:
standardization meetings and forensic examinations of firewall errors—is supremely dull. It combines the thrill of bookkeeping with the excitement of Robert’s Rules of Order.
I've been a member of many and - yes - that's exactly what it is like. But, I take slight issue at some of his suggestions on this topic. The ideal SDO has to be a compromise. No one gets to walk away entirely happy. This is the eternal "Devil's Bargain" - we all exchange a little bit of what we want in order to get closer to what we need. I'm not sure there's any way around that without centrally mandating specific technical choices.
Indeed, he goes on to say:
We won’t fix anything by demanding the impossible and shouting “nerd harder!” when tech companies fail to produce it. Nor will we fix anything by taking the tech industry at its word when it tells us that effective policies are flat-out impossible.
I'm a boring practicalist. At some point we need to do what works, even if it is ideologically unpleasant.
One of the things that Cory does well is "steelman" his opponents' arguments. He's excellent at taking on some big topics (CSAM and Blockchain, for example) and giving their proponents the benefit of the doubt1. And then he forensically takes them apart.
Cory's writing style is like his spoken style. The poetic rhythm is almost palpable - as is his love for sarcastic asides. It makes this - admittedly short - book supremely quick to read. I feel greedy asking for more - but the book does end rather abruptly.
If you work in tech, or go anywhere near tech-policy, this is a must read. It gives you the history of how we got here, explains the problems happening now, and warns about an uncertain future.
- The eBook is currently on sale for £4.50 from the publishers.
- You can follow Cory Doctorow on Mastodon @pluralistic
- OK, he does say "It’s an established fact that 99.83 percent of all conversations about blockchain are nonconsensual." Which is a bit uncharitable. It's, like, 99.73% max! ↩
Oh, I'm seeing some mainstream coverage of the Internet Safety Bill and they're saying things like "It's a step forwards" and "We have to make young people safe" and "The internet is an addiction" and "children need to be protected by this bill" and "this bill will make the online world safer"
They have found space for nobody saying anything bad about this bill at all.
What a load of blatant crazy people talking crazy stuff.
The bill is a terrible awful law which will do nothing to protect anyone while being onerous on service providers. It it unenforceable, poorly defined, will drive internet business outside the UK where we have less control of it, and will expose people to more dangers online.
If you use the internet from the UK you better be prepared to be more spied upon by business and stalked by the state than ever before. Maybe get your ID out every time you wanna leave Facebook.
If you run an internet business in the UK you better be prepared to move abroad. Though not to the US or the EU, they have similar terrible awful plans.
But you would not get that impression watching the BBC this morning at all.