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Überwachung in China: Der digitale Diktator #KPChina #China #App #KommunistischePartei #Überwachung #Asien #Politik #Schwerpunkt
 
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Wer möchte nicht gern überall ins Netz?


"Wi-Fi-Finder" App sammelte private Zugangsdaten

Kürzlich wurde auf einem Server eine ungeschützte Datenbank mit mehr als zwei Millionen WLAN-Zugangsdaten gefunden. Die Daten stammen aus der Android-App "WiFi Finder" des Entwicklers "Proofusion". Diese App wurde bereits mehr als 100.000 installiert. Mach ihrer Beschreibung sollte sie Nutzern die Suche nach und das Verbinden mit öffentlichen WLAN-Hotspots – etwa in Cafés und Restaurants oder auf Flughäfen – in "über 100.000 Städten weltweit" erleichtern.

Allerdings sammelte sie auch Zugangsdaten zu privaten Heimnetzwerken in ihrer Datenbank. In der Datenbank finden sich Netzwerkname, die Geokoordinaten, der Basic Service Set Identifier (BSSID)und das Netzwerk-Passwort im Klartext.

Schlimmer geht es eigentlich nicht,
  • wer ist für solchen Unsinn verantwortlich?
  • nur der App-Entwickler oder auch Google, die diese App in ihren Play Store aufgenommen hatten?
  • warum wurden die Nutzer nicht gefragt, welche Zugangsdaten sie speichern wollen?
  • wie kann der App-Entwickler so eine Datenbank ungeschützt im Netz ablegen?
Wir können die "Notwendigkeit" einer solchen App für einen "offenen" Netzzugang angesichts von Störerhaftung und Privatisierungswahn mit sogenannten Hotspots noch in Grenzen (nämlich auch rechtlichen Grenzen) verstehen. Viel besser wäre aber eine gesellschaftliche Diskussion über ein allgemeines Recht zum freien Netzzugang, z.B. als Ausprägung des Menschenrechts auf Informations- und Meinungsfreiheit - also in beide Richtungen - lesen und schreiben. Dann wären solche gefährlichen Apps einfach überflüssig.

Mehr dazu bei https://www.heise.de/security/meldung/Android-App-WiFi-Finder-leakte-private-WLAN-Passwoerter-4405783.html
und https://www.aktion-freiheitstattangst.org/de/articles/6864-20190428-wer-moechte-nicht-gern-ueberall-ins-netz.htm

#App #Smartphone #Handy #Passwörter #Klartext #Verschlüsselung #Verbraucherdatenschutz #Datenschutz #Datensicherheit #Ergonomie #Datenpannen #Ueberwachung #Rasterfahndung #Datenbanken
 
iOS: Apple soll gegen alternative Screen-Time-Apps vorgehen #Apple #App #EU #Kaspersky #Software #iOS #Internet #PolitikRecht
 

Apple prepares fix for crippling App Store bug


#app #apple #bug #crippling #fix #prepares #store
 
Hack: Die Motoren am anderen Ende der Welt stoppen #GPS #Auto #Android #App #Datensicherheit #GooglePlay #Hacker #Sicherheitslücke #Tracking #Security
 

#security #problem matrix.org

During the security incident on Matrix.org’s production infrastructure, the attacker may have had access to the key we use to sign the #Riot #Android #app. Unfortunately, it is impossible to replace this #key without replacing the application.
...
In future, we will be storing the signing key offline for maximum security.

#SecurityByDefault without any incident is too much for a #software project?


Source: https://medium.com/@RiotChat/riot-im-android-security-update-2b3f655ad73
F-Droid will follow the name change but will do it at a later point the f-droid signing key wasn't exposed so technically there's no need to switch the appid but it would create some confusion and maintenance overhead to not follow, so this is our best option.
source: https://riot.im/app/#/room/!GnEEPYXUhoaHbkFBNX:matrix.org/$155604992558eWCFV:bubu1.eu?via=matrix.org&via=chat.weho.st&via=tchncs.de

#chat #change #matrix #name #fdroid #statement #news
 
Tinder Meistern: Mit der Online Dating App erfolgreich . von David Neumann! via @blickwinkel1 @verona_pooth1 @blickwinkel24 @gedankensplitte @DeineIdee @ericolinchen @faechersport #beziehung #date #datingapp #app #glueck
 

Leisure Is Our Killer App


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19728544
Posted by sarapeyton (karma: 86)
Post stats: Points: 158 - Comments: 67 - 2019-04-23T13:53:11Z

#HackerNews #app #killer #leisure #our
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Show HN: Mockit – Open-source app to create and configure HTTP mocked endpoints


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19705511
Posted by boyneyy123 (karma: 73)
Post stats: Points: 138 - Comments: 25 - 2019-04-20T09:06:08Z

#HackerNews #and #app #configure #create #endpoints #http #mocked #mockit #open-source #show
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#JubelTrubelHeiterkeit

Die taz App jetzt auch in F-Droid!


#taz #f-droid #app #android

In der F-Droid-Websuche kommt noch ein 404, aber das ist bestimmt nur eine temporäre Störung:
https://f-droid.org/de/packages/de.thecode.android.tazreader
 
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#JubelTrubelHeiterkeit

Die taz App jetzt auch in F-Droid!


#taz #f-droid #app #android

In der F-Droid-Websuche kommt noch ein 404, aber das ist bestimmt nur eine temporäre Störung:
https://f-droid.org/de/packages/de.thecode.android.tazreader
 
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#JubelTrubelHeiterkeit

Die taz App jetzt auch in F-Droid!


#taz #f-droid #app #android

In der F-Droid-Websuche kommt noch ein 404, aber das ist bestimmt nur eine temporäre Störung:
https://f-droid.org/de/packages/de.thecode.android.tazreader
 
Google: Play Store führt monatliche Budget-Verwaltung ein #GooglePlay #Android #App #Verbraucherschutz #Google #Internet
 
Gesund ernähren, lecker essen, kulinarisch verwöhnen – um etwas Schmackhaftes und Gutes auf den Tisch zu bringen gibt's eine Menge Koch-Apps fürs Smartphone. #WDR4 #Kuttlerdigital #App #Koch-Apps #Rezepte #17042019 #NRW
 
Gesund ernähren, lecker essen, kulinarisch verwöhnen – um etwas Schmackhaftes und Gutes auf den Tisch zu bringen gibt's eine Menge Koch-Apps fürs Smartphone. #WDR4 #Kuttlerdigital #App #Koch-Apps #Rezepte #17042019
 
Leben retten mit dem Smartphone - Berliner erfindet App

Ein Berliner Kardiologe hat eine App erfunden, die bei Herzstillstand helfen kann. Ersthelfer sollen mit ihr Leben retten.

https://www.morgenpost.de/berlin/article216973255/Leben-retten-mit-dem-Smartphone-Berliner-erfindet-App.html
#Berlin #App #Smartphone #Gesundheit
Indiana/Vevay 
Apps beim Sport sind wahre Alleskönner bei der Messung von Puls, Kalorien und Spitzengeschwindigkeit. Doch laut einer neuen Studie können sie auch demotivieren.
Motivationskiller Sport-App | Wissen | SWR2
#Fitness #Motivation #App #Daten #Sport #Tracking
 

Android


Ich suche eine App mit der ich einstellen kann, welche Apps nach einem neustart gestartet werden und welche nicht.
So eine Art Autostart Manager

#Android #App
 

MOIA

MOIA ist der neue Ridesharing-Service.
#taxi #ridesharing #hamburg #hannover #app #mobilität
 

Neue Postident-App: Sichere Identifikation jetzt mobil möglich


#app #identifikation #jetzt #mobil #möglich #nachrichten #neue #news #pbs #postident #sichere
 
Microsoft: Skype ermöglicht Konferenzen mit 50 Teilnehmern #Skype #App #InstantMessenger #Videotelefonie #VoIP #Whatsapp #Windows #Microsoft #Internet
 

In China, an App About Xi Is Impossible to Ignore – Even If You Try


Millions of Chinese are using the app as part of President Xi’s efforts to strengthen ideological control in the digital age. Critics say it fuels a personality cult.
Article word count: 1551

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19601091
Posted by woodandsteel (karma: 1547)
Post stats: Points: 121 - Comments: 89 - 2019-04-08T01:01:42Z

#HackerNews #about #app #china #even #ignore #impossible #try #you
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Communist Party members using the Study the Great Nation app during a weekly meeting in Beijing in February. Tens of millions of Chinese are now using the app, often under pressure from the government.CreditCreditJason Lee/Reuters

CHANGSHA, China — Inside a fishing gear store on a busy city street, the owner sits behind a counter, furiously tapping a smartphone to improve his score on an app that has nothing to do with rods, reels and bait.

The owner, Jiang Shuiqiu, a 35-year-old army veteran, has a different obsession: earning points on [1]Study the Great Nation, a new app devoted to promoting President Xi Jinping and the ruling Communist Party — a kind of high-tech equivalent of Mao’s Little Red Book. Mr. Jiang spends several hours daily on the [2]app, checking news about Mr. Xi and brushing up on socialist theories.

Tens of millions of Chinese workers, students and civil servants are now using Study the Great Nation, often under pressure from the government. It is part of a sweeping effort by Mr. Xi to strengthen ideological control in the digital age and reassert the party’s primacy, as Mao once did, as the center of Chinese life.

“We must love our country,” said Mr. Jiang, one of the top scorers on the app in Changsha, the capital of the southern province of Hunan. “We are getting stronger and stronger.”

While many people have embraced the app as a form of patriotism, others see it as a burden imposed by overzealous officials and another sign of a growing personality cult around Mr. Xi, perhaps China’s most powerful leader since Mao’s time.

“He is using new media to fortify loyalty toward him,” said Wu Qiang, a political analyst in Beijing. He likened Study the Great Nation to the little booklet of Mao quotations that was widely circulated during the chaotic and violent Cultural Revolution.

Since its debut this year, Study the Great Nation has become the most downloaded app on Apple’s digital storefront in China, with the state news media saying it has [3]more than 100 million registered users — a reach that would be the envy of any new app’s creators.

But those numbers are driven largely by the party, which ordered thousands of officials across China to ensure that the app penetrates the daily routines of as many citizens as possible, whether they like it or not.

Schools are shaming students with low app scores. Government offices are holding study sessions and forcing workers who fall behind to write reports criticizing themselves. Private companies, hoping to curry favor with party officials, are ranking employees based on their use of the app and awarding top performers the title of “star learner.”

Many employers now require workers to submit daily screenshots documenting how many points they have earned.

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Jiang Shuiqiu, who runs a fishing store in the city of Changsha in Hunan Province, has been lauded in the local news media for his high score on the app.CreditJavier Hernandez/The New York Times

Propaganda is [4]ubiquitous in China, but experts say Study the Great Nation is different because the government is forcing people to use it and punishing those who cheat or fall behind.

The app allows users to earn points for staying on top of news about Mr. Xi. Watching a video about his [5]recent visit to France, for example, earns one point. Getting a perfect score on a quiz about his economic policies earns 10.

The app comes as Mr. Xi, who rose to power in 2012, is leading a broader crackdown on free speech in China, imprisoning scores of [6]activists, [7]lawyers and [8]intellectuals, and imposing new restrictions on the [9]news media. Mr. Xi has spoken frequently about what he calls the need to guard against online threats. He has warned that the party could lose its grip on power if it does not master digital media.

“There is no national security without internet security,” Mr. Xi said in a [10]speech this year. “If we cannot succeed on the internet, we will not be able to maintain power in the long run.”

David Bandurski, co-director of the China Media Project, said the app was a way for Mr. Xi to ensure that Chinese families are invested in the life of the party at a time when many dismiss propaganda as stilted and irrelevant.

“Loyalty to the party,” Mr. Bandurski said, “means loyalty to Xi Jinping.”

Study the Great Nation in some ways harkens back to the Mao era, when the chairman’s portrait hung in living rooms and families studied his words feverishly. While Mr. Xi cannot yet match Mao’s grandeur, he has borrowed from [11]Mao’s playbook in his quest to be seen as a singular, transformative force.

The app features a television series called “[12]Xi Time” and Mr. Xi’s quotations on topics like building a strong military and achieving a “Chinese dream” of prosperity and strength. The app recommends stories about Mr. Xi on its home screen and sends push notifications highlighting “golden sentences” from his latest speeches. Even the Chinese name for the app is a play on Mr. Xi’s name.

The app, which also offers lighter fare about traditional Chinese culture, history and geography, presents a censored version of current events. Topics such as China’s [13]mass detention of Muslims are not included.

At [14]Hulunbuir University in northern China, school officials monitor the scores of more than 1,100 teachers and students who use the app as part of the school’s efforts to spread Mr. Xi’s ideas, known in China as [15]Xi Jinping Thought.

“Everyone studies voluntarily and has very high scores,” said Bai Mei, an ideology instructor at the university.

Not everyone is as enthusiastic. In interviews, students and workers complained that superiors publicly chastised them for low scores. Others said bosses threatened to deduct pay or withhold bonuses if they did not use the app more frequently. They did not want to provide their names for fear of punishment, but some have complained online.

“What kind of phenomenon is this?” one user wrote on Weibo, a popular social media site, complaining of a salary deduction. “My God, what has happened to the party now?”

A screen grab from the Study the Great Nation app. Since its introduction this year, it has become the most downloaded app on Apple’s digital storefront in China.

Critics say Mr. Xi is intruding into the private lives of Chinese citizens in a way the party has typically avoided since the Mao era. The app makes the party’s messages difficult to ignore, awarding points only when an article has been read completely and a video has been watched for at least three minutes.

“You cannot divert attention away from it,” said Haiqing Yu, a professor who studies Chinese media at RMIT University in Australia. “It’s a kind of digital surveillance. It brings the digital dictatorship to a new level.”

The app, which was developed by the party’s Propaganda Department and the technology giant Alibaba, is available on the Apple app store as well as Android app stores in China. The Propaganda Department keeps user data.

It is unclear how closely the government tracks users of Study the Great Nation, but the app requires people to provide a mobile number to register and a national identification number to access videoconference and chat features.

The Propaganda Department declined to comment, as did Alibaba, which is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

Given the pressures to use the app, a cheating industry involving at least a dozen products has flourished. A man who listed his contact information in an online advertisement for cheating software said in an interview that many of his more than 1,000 customers saw the app as a burden imposed by bosses. He declined to provide his name for fear of retribution.

The government has moved swiftly to prosecute cheating and limit criticism of the app. The police in the southeastern province of Jiangxi last month detained a man who sold cheating software for about $13. The police said the man was running an illegal business.

The state-run news media teems with glowing reviews of the app, including stories about diligent hospital workers and kindergarten teachers who open Study the Great Nation as soon as they awaken, even before they drink water or go to the bathroom.

The app has inspired [16]videos by prison guards, raps by children and adulatory [17]song-and-dance routines by power plant workers. Some party members have suggested the app can be used as a dating tool to screen potential mates (“If you see a guy on the subway using the app,” says one cartoon, “you should marry him”).

In Changsha, which coincidentally is an hour’s drive from Mao’s childhood home, the local news media has [18]lauded Mr. Jiang, the owner of the fishing gear store, for his high scores. He and his wife sometimes answer questions on the app together at dinner, alongside their 9-year-old son.

Mr. Jiang said his military training had inspired him to devote himself fully to Study the Great Nation. By using the app, he said, he has grown even more patriotic.

“President Xi has a dream of great renaissance,” he said. “When young people are strong, the nation is strong.”

Follow Javier C. Hernández on Twitter: [19]@HernandezJavier.

Albee Zhang contributed research from Changsha and Beijing, and Elsie Chen contributed research from Beijing.

A version of this article appears in print on , on Page A1 of the New York edition with the headline: Phones Aglow, People of China Declare Loyalty. [20]Order Reprints | [21]Today’s Paper | [22]Subscribe

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The New York Times: In China, an App About Xi Is Impossible to Ignore — Even if You Try (By JAVIER C. HERNÁNDEZ)

 

App hilft beim Erfassen von Schmetterlings-Vorkommen

Viele heimische Schmetterlingsarten sind vom Aussterben bedroht oder gefährdet. Interessierte können nun mit einer App Daten für die Rote Liste zusammentragen.
#schmetterlinge #artenschutz #app #android #vorkommen #software #smartphone
 

Danke heise, für diese interessante App Empfehlung!!

Viele heimische Schmetterlinge sind inzwischen schon ausgestorben oder vom Aussterben bedroht.
Mit dieser App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kbs.taxonfinder.lepide
kann nun jede/r, gesichtete Schmetterlinge melden und so bei der Erstellung, der Roten Liste für Schmetterlinge, helfen.
Also los jetzt und das eigene Smartphone für den Artenschutz verwenden! Beste Grüße 
https://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/App-hilft-beim-Erfassen-von-Schmetterlings-Vorkommen-4365550.html
#Schmetterling #SchmetterlingeDeutschland #ArtenSterben #RoteListe #App #AppDaten #Naturschutz
 
#tazlab #2019

tazlab Android App


Hallo, zum morgigen tazlab gibt es eine #Andoid #App! Nicht nur für unsere beiden glücklichen Gästelistenplatzgewinner. Keine Ahnung, warum es die nur im Google Playstore gibt und nicht in F-Droid / als Download. Sollte ich diesbzgl. noch etwas herausfinden, schreibe ich es in die Kommentare. Aber Notfalls bekommt man die App sicher auch über Yalp.

Zur App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=info.metadude.android.tazlab.schedule

zum taz lab: https://taz.de/tazlab

#taz #app #android #berlin @murdeRED dreams GrandWizardOfZOG @Jaspers Buchblog
 
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Vidimensio-Smartwatches: Der Sicherheits-Alptraum geht weiter
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Klingt als hättest Du nicht die Rechte dafür erteilt.
Welcher verlag macht nun mit dem Buch Gewinn?
Wie war das noch mit Urheberrecht und Verwertung?

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EU-Parlament beschließt Speicherpflicht für Fingerabdrücke im Personalausweis

EU-Parlament beschließt Speicherpflicht für Fingerabdrücke im Personalausweis
In der gesamten EU müssen künftig neben einem digitalen Gesichtsbild auf Ausweisen künftig auch zwei Fingerabdrücke auf einem RFID-Chip gespeichert werden.
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IT-Sicherheitsgesetz 2.0: Wir veröffentlichen den Entwurf, der das BSI zur Hackerbehörde machen soll
https://netzpolitik.org/2019/it-sicherheitsgesetz-2-0-wir-veroeffentlichen-den-entwurf-der-das-bsi-zur-hackerbehoerde-machen-soll/
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IT-Sicherheitsgesetz 2.0: Wir veröffentlichen den Entwurf, der das BSI zur Hackerbehörde machen soll
Das Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik soll neue Befugnisse bekommen und immer mehr zur Hackerbehörde werden. Das steht in einem Gesetzentwurf des Innenministeriums, den wir veröffentlichen. Die Behörde soll unsichere Systeme hacken ...
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Two More Cases of Third-Party Facebook App Data Exposure


Third-party Facebook apps gather Facebook data about the people who use them. While Facebook struggles to contain these exposures, insecure third-party data practices & misconfigured cloud systems…
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The UpGuard Cyber Risk team can now report that two more third-party developed Facebook app datasets have been found exposed to the public internet. One, originating from the Mexico-based media company [1]Cultura Colectiva, weighs in at 146 gigabytes and contains over 540 million records detailing comments, likes, reactions, account names, FB IDs and more. This same type of collection, in similarly concentrated form, [2]has been cause for concern in the recent past, given the potential uses of such data.

A separate backup from a Facebook-integrated app titled “At the Pool” was also found exposed to the public internet via an Amazon S3 bucket. This database backup contained columns for fk_user_id, fb_user, fb_friends, fb_likes, fb_music, fb_movies, fb_books, fb_photos, fb_events, fb_groups, fb+checkins, fb_interests, password, and more. The passwords are presumably for the “At the Pool” app rather than for the user’s Facebook account, but would put users at risk who have reused the same password across accounts.

[3]Redacted example of Facebook data from the exposed At the Pool dataset.

Redacted example of Facebook data from the exposed At the Pool dataset.

The At the Pool discovery is not as large as the Cultura Colectiva dataset, but it contains plaintext (i.e. unprotected) passwords for 22,000 users. At the Pool ceased operation in 2014 (last non-redirect web archived capture [4]here), and even the parent company’s website is currently returning a 404 error notice. This should offer little consolation to the app’s end users whose names, passwords, email addresses, Facebook IDs, and other details were openly exposed for an unknown period of time.

[5]Data contained in the exposed Cultura Colectiva dataset.

Data contained in the exposed Cultura Colectiva dataset.

Each of the data sets was stored in its own [6]Amazon S3 bucket configured to allow public download of files.

The data sets vary in when they were last updated, the data points present, and the number of unique individuals in each. What ties them together is that they both contain data about Facebook users, describing their interests, relationships, and interactions, that were available to third party developers. As Facebook faces scrutiny over its data stewardship practices, they have made efforts to reduce third party access. But as these exposures show, the data genie cannot be put back in the bottle. Data about Facebook users has been spread far beyond the bounds of what Facebook can control today. Combine that plenitude of personal data with storage technologies that are often misconfigured for public access, and the result is a long tail of data about Facebook users that continues to leak.

[7]Redacted example of Facebook data from the exposed Cultura Colectiva dataset.

Redacted example of Facebook data from the exposed Cultura Colectiva dataset.

Incident Response

These two separate discoveries demonstrated two polar opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to the ease, or difficulty, of seeing them secured. With regard to the Cultura Colectiva data, our first notification email went out to Cultura Colectiva on January 10th, 2019. The second email to them went out on January 14th. To this day there has been no response.

Due to the data being stored in Amazon’s S3 cloud storage, we then notified Amazon Web Services of the situation on January 28th. AWS sent a response on February 1st informing us that the bucket’s owner was made aware of the exposure.

When February 21st rolled around and the data was still not secured, we again sent an email to Amazon Web Services. AWS again responded on that same day stating they would look into further potential ways to handle the situation.

It was not until the morning of April 3rd, 2019, after Facebook was contacted by Bloomberg for comment, that the database backup, inside an AWS S3 storage bucket titled “cc-datalake,” was finally secured.

On the flip side of the coin, the data stemming from “At the Pool” had been taken offline during the time UpGuard was looking into the likely data origin, and prior to a formal notification email being sent. It is unknown if this is a coincidence, if there was a hosting period lapse, or if a responsible party became aware of the exposure at that time. Regardless, the application is no longer active and all signs point to its parent company having shut down.

Conclusion

These two situations speak to the inherent problem of mass information collection: the data doesn’t naturally go away, and a derelict storage location may or may not be given the attention it requires.

For app developers on Facebook, part of the platform’s appeal is access to some slice of the data generated by and about Facebook users. For Cultura Colectiva, data on responses to each post allows them to tune an algorithm for predicting which future content will generate the most traffic. The data exposed in each of these sets would not exist without Facebook, yet these data sets are no longer under Facebook’s control. In each case, the Facebook platform facilitated the collection of data about individuals and its transfer to third parties, who became responsible for its security. The surface area for protecting the data of Facebook users is thus vast and heterogenous, and the responsibility for securing it lies with [8]millions of app developers who have built on its platform.

References

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1. https://culturacolectiva.com/en/
2. https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/mar/17/facebook-cambridge-analytica-kogan-data-algorithm
4. https://web.archive.org/web/20140517020839/http:/atthepool.com/
6. https://www.upguard.com/blog/check-your-amazon-s3-permissions-someone-will
8. https://www.adweek.com/digital/facebook-platform-supports-more-than-42-million-pages-and-9-million-apps/

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Appeal accepted: Google removed my ads-free app for “deceptive ads”


(UPDATE: Mommy Saver Plus has been reinstated! This after I posted this on HN, tweeted at them, and sent a slightly-too-passive-aggressive ...
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(UPDATE: Mommy Saver Plus has been reinstated! This after I posted this on HN, tweeted at them, and sent a slightly-too-passive-aggressive email response.) Yesterday, the Google Play team mistook Mommy Saver Plus for another app and removed it from the app store. (http://www.purpleleafsoftware.com/2019/03/google-removed-mommy-saver-plus-for.html) I filled in the little textbox to make an appeal. Today, I got an update:
[1]
[IMG]Clearly, the reviewer either did not read or did not understand my two-sentence appeal. Itʼs possible my words werenʼt clear enough and the reviewer didnʼt have enough time to understand them. I wrote something very close to "Mommy Saver Plus was removed for ʼdeceptive adsʼ which is a little silly because there is no ads in the app. The attached screenshots have nothing to do with Mommy Saver Plus." This part scares me:
"... repeated violations can result in the suspension of this app or your Google Play Developer account."

I donʼt dare re-submit the same app, at least not with the same package. Iʼll probably tweak it a little bit and then re-submit it under a different package... after I back up all my google data, just in case.

Until then, the links to upgrade from the free version will continue to 404.

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Google removed my ads-free app for “deceptive ads”


HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19487506
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Neuigkeiten von der #Openbook Alpha-Tester Front

Das Wichtigste zuerst: Openbook hat jetzt eine #DancingBanana Reaction ;-)

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Spaß Beiseite - Es tut sich einiges und das Team scheint sich tatsächlich ordentlich rein zu knien. Heute kam ein heiß ersehntes Update das uns nicht nur drei neue Themes (ich weiß eher unwichtig - aber nice to have) sondern auch einige "lang" (läuft ja erst 7 Tage) erwartete Funktionen beschert hat. Beispielsweise wird man nun benachrichtigt, wenn man in einem Beitrag eines Users kommentiert hat und daraufhin neue Kommentar zu diesem Beitrag verfasst wurden.
Weiterhin sieht man bei Kommentaren nun endlich!!! zu welchem Beitrag der Kommentar gehört. Das war ein sehr übler Bug!

Hier geht's jetzt weiter mit ein bisschen Bildersalat, also Screenshots vom derzeitigen Alpha-Stand der #App und ein bisschen Text dazu.

Der derzeitige "Home" Stream, gezeigt in drei Theme-Varianten
Hier landen momentan die Beiträge sämtlicher Communities, denen man beigetreten ist sowie aller Leute denen man folgt oder mit denen man sich verbunden hat.

Helles Theme
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Dunkles Theme
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OLED-Freundliches Theme mit hohem Schwarzanteil
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Wie ihr seht, gibt es neben der Möglichkeit zu kommentieren auch noch sog. "Reactons", die sicherlich einige bereits von Facebook kennen. Quasi Emojis um eine Gefühlsreaktion auszudrücken. Es wird vermutlich Standard-Reactions geben, für alle Nutzer zugänglich sind und "Premium-Reactions" die nur über ein Bezahlmodell verfügbar sein werden. Gleiches gilt vermutlich auch für gewisse Themes.

Das erste Bild ganz oben in diesem Beitrag zeigt übrigens den "Suche" Bereich der App, in dem sich auch die "Trending Posts" finden.

Hier ist der "#Communities" Tab zu sehen
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Oben gibt es vorgefertigte Kategorien zum Entdecken. Beispielsweise Fun, Education, Technology etc...
Darunter werden die eigenen Communites aufgelistet und darunter alle weiteren Communities denen man beigetreten ist. Alles wie gewohnt.

Die Profilseite sieht folgendermaßen aus
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Auch hier gibt es keine Überraschungen. Derzeit werden hier nur Beiträge angezeigt, die man mit seinen Kreisen geteilt hat. Beiträge aus Communities tauchen bisher nicht dort auf. Soll sich allerdings ändern.

Zu guter Letzt noch ein kurzer Blick in's Menü mit allen bisher verfügbaren #Themes. Es sind momentan 8 an der Zahl
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So, genug gescrollt für heute. Das war's erst mal von der Alpha-Tester Front. Ich wünsche eine gute Nacht!

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Why Mailchimp is no longer in the Shopify App Store


Effective today, the Mailchimp app is no longer available in the Shopify App Store. There are no immediate changes for merchants currently using Mailchimp, and we offer many other incredible email…
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Over the past 18 months, Shopify has had growing concerns about Mailchimp’s app because of the poor merchant experience and their refusal to respect our Partner Program Agreement. Our terms require app partners to share all important data back to the merchant using Shopify’s API to help them run their businesses.

It’s critical for our merchants to have accurate, complete insight into their businesses and customers, and this isn’t possible when Mailchimp locks in their data. Specifically, Mailchimp refuses to synchronize customer information captured on merchants’ online stores and email opt-out preferences. As a result, our merchants, other apps, and partner ecosystem can’t reliably serve their customers or comply with privacy legislation.

We will never put our merchants’ trust on the line like that. The data captured on behalf of our merchants belongs to those merchants, it’s as simple as that. Mailchimp was not willing to agree to these terms. That’s why Mailchimp has been removed from the Shopify App Store.

Our app store is a carefully curated space with an incredibly high standard of quality, designed to provide the most value possible to our merchants. We will always preserve this, and we wonʼt shy away from making tough decisions to do so. The vast majority of our partners respect that standard, and are great contributors to making commerce better for everyone.

We’re here to help you find the apps that best suit your needs and goals. Get in touch with us any time for more support or to answer questions about your store and the apps you use.

Thanks for reading.

TyW | Community Manager @ Shopify
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So you want your app/website to work in China


Wait, what do you mean make my app/site work in China? I don’t have to do anything to make my app work in the US or Singapore or Kenya or anywhere else, and I didn’t make the Chinese government angry,…
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Wait, what do you mean make my app/site work in China? I don’t have to do anything to make my app work in the US or Singapore or Kenya or anywhere else, and I didn’t make the Chinese government angry, so it should just work in China, right? Sadly, it’s not so simple. If your app/website servers aren’t hosted from within China, then, for all intents and purposes, it’s blocked. I mean, it will probably technically load, but will be excruciatingly, unusably slow. And sometimes it will just not load at all for hours at a time. This is true for all services hosted outside of the firewall, even in Hong Kong.

The Firewall

Any time a request needs to go from within China to the outside world, or from the outside world into China, the request crosses the Chinese Great Firewall. When this happens, there’s a lot of latency that gets added, and there’s a high chance the request will randomly fail. Requests through the firewall may appear to work most of the time, but then suddenly get fully blocked for several hours. The firewall doesn’t seem like it’s implemented uniformly across China either, so it’s possible that if you test in Shanghai your request may go through but a user in Changsha will have their requests blocked.

Basically, if requests need to pass through the firewall to reach your servers outside of China you’re in for a bad time.

ICP License

If you want to have any infrastructure working in China, you need to apply for an [1]ICP license from the Chinese government. All the techniques below require that you have this license. It’s quite a pain to apply for, and takes several months, but there’s no way around it. You can find more info about registering for an ICP license [2]here. Alicloud also has a lot of info on registering for an ICP [3]here.

Option 1: Cloudflare China Acceleration

The easiest option to get your services working in China is to go use [4]Cloudflare’s China acceleration. Cloudflare partnered with Baidu to extend their acceleration network with points inside of China itself. Going through this method allows requests into and out of China to bypass the firewall, so your service will be fast. Cloudflare China acceleration requires an enterprise account though, so it’s going to be pricey.

Using Cloudflare does effectively allow you to host your infrastructure outside of China, but depending on your business it might not be entirely legal. That’s because China has strict [5]data protection laws, and in many cases you must store Chinese users’ data inside of China. If you’re not a huge company or don’t have much sensitive data on Chinese users this may not be an issue, but it’s something to be aware of.

If most of your customers are outside of China and you just want to make sure your app/website loads quickly in China, then this is likely the best option for you.

Option 2: Make a Separate Chinese Version of your App/Website

The most direct way to make your app/website work in China is, of course, to host your servers themselves in China. You can do that using a Chinese cloud provider like [6]Alicloud or [7]Tencent cloud, or using the [8]AWS China region. If you use AWS, you should be aware that the China region requires setting up a different account, and isn’t even run by Amazon!

The most technically correct way to be in compliance with the Chinese government’s [9]data protection laws is to have a separate Chinese version of your app/website and run a separate version of your infrastructure in China. This allows all data for your Chinese users to stay in China and not be transferred abroad. No requests ever have to cross the firewall, so everything remains fast. Of course, it’s practically quite annoying to run 2 separate but identical versions of your infrastructure and apps.

Option 3: Proxy Requests on a Chinese Cloud Provider

Chinese cloud providers like [10]Alicloud and [11]Tencent cloud have fast connections between their datacenters through the firewall that you can make use of. You can create a VPC inside of China and a VPC outside of China and then connect them using a form of VPC peering. This gives you a high-speed connection through the firewall which you can use to proxy requests. If you host your main infrastructure in a Chinese region then you’ll be in compliance with China’s [12]data protection laws, while still being able to serve requests outside of China via the proxied connection.

Option 4: Use a Chinese Cloud Provider Acceleration Service

If you’re hosting your infrastructure on [13]Alicloud or [14]Tencent cloud in China, you can accelerate requests to your infrastructure globally using their acceleration services. These work similarly to the Cloudflare option above, but in reverse. Alicloud calls their service [15]Global Acceleration, and Tencent cloud calls their [16]GAAP. This allows users globally to make requests to your servers in China and still have them be fast.

3rd Party Services

No matter which option you go with, you still need to test that your service is working in China. Even if you’re running on Chinese infrastructure or using Cloudflare China acceleration you may still be relying on APIs that aren’t supported in China, like Facebook Login or Google Recaptcha. If your server in China needs to make API calls to services that aren’t optimized in China you may find that a lot of those requests fail as well.

Good luck!

References

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1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ICP_license
2. https://webdesign.tutsplus.com/articles/chinese-icp-licensing-what-why-and-how-to-get-hosted-in-china--cms-23193
3. https://www.alibabacloud.com/icp
4. https://www.cloudflare.com/network/china/
5. https://www.chinalawblog.com/2018/05/china-data-protection-regulations-cdpr.html
6. https://alibabacloud.com/
7. https://cloud.tencent.com/
8. https://www.amazonaws.cn/en/
9. https://www.chinalawblog.com/2018/05/china-data-protection-regulations-cdpr.html
10. https://alibabacloud.com/
11. https://cloud.tencent.com/
12. https://www.chinalawblog.com/2018/05/china-data-protection-regulations-cdpr.html
13. https://alibabacloud.com/
14. https://cloud.tencent.com/
15. https://www.alibabacloud.com/help/product/55629.htm
16. https://intl.cloud.tencent.com/product/gaap

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