Nearly a couple of weeks ago now I decided it was about time to start making the AlltheInterweb Christmas account active again on twitter, ready to try build some momentum for the Christmas Season of 2023.
Government officials have been concerned about video sharing website TikTok because of it’s links to China since so long ago that Donald Trump was still US President (with his replacement President Biden having reversed efforts to curb the threats).
A former executive at ByteDance, TikTok’s parent company, says the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) had “supreme access” to all data held by the Chinese tech company, including on servers in the United States. https://t.co/DlysYOFrYZ
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) May 17, 2023
This week it was announced that Google are going to start deleting a bunch of idle, unused accounts at the end of 2023 to free up space.
Check your Gmail NOW: Google warns it will start deleting THOUSANDS of accounts this year – here’s how to make sure yours is safe https://t.co/NnOAMGJq46
— AlltheInterweb News (@AllInterwebNews) May 18, 2023
The move is also to tighten security, with accounts using compromised passwords and those who failed to do a security check for a significant length of time under threat. Continue reading “Google to Delete Idle Accounts at the end of 2023”
This morning the Daily Mail is reporting that Hewlett Packard (HP) has released a firmware update for it’s printers that disables them if they aren’t using Genuine HP Ink.
As you can imagine, this has got their customers pretty annoyed as it means they can’t use cheaper options than a Genuine cartridge from HP costing £15 to £30 or more.
It was apparently done via a remote update, and means users can’t print documents if the cartridge doesn’t have an HP chip for the printer to recognise.
HP sparks fury after disabling printers if customers use ink from cheaper suppliershttps://t.co/HY6Ukh961J
— AlltheInterweb News (@AllInterwebNews) May 12, 2023
Just seen Kim Kardashian getting nailed on Twitter, with an awkward question from Jack Posobiec of a news website called Human Events.
Hi @KimKardashian! Why did you drop the Rodney Reed case from your podcast after I exposed all your lies about you defending a pedophile rapist who kills teenagers?
Or did I just answer my own question
— The Posogeddon 🚀☢️ (@JackPosobiec) October 7, 2022
Can anyone think why she would do that? Continue reading “Kim Kardashian Getting Nailed”
BonginoReport has posted on Truth Social an article from TPostMillennial that Truth Social has become the first Publisher to use the new advertising platform offered by growing video sharing website Rumble.
Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG) announced in a press release on Tuesday that it has reached an agreement with video-sharing platform Rumble. Truth Social, TMTG’s social media platform, describes itself as a “Big Tech alternative that seeks to create a free-speech haven without viewpoint discrimination or oppressive censorship.”
ICYMI: Truth Social joins Rumble’s ad platform as first publisherhttps://t.co/AOW8cBtpV2
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) August 23, 2022
The service – which sometimes shows up as a response to direct questions asked of the search engine – has previously fallen foul of spreading false information.
These search terms include:
- When did Snoopy assassinate Abraham Lincoln?
- How to get in touch with the Illuminati
- Can I remove a tick with my teeth?
- Who is King of the United States?
- Is Obama planning a coup?
- Why are Firetrucks Red?
- Presidents in the Klan
- How to get a date
- Are women evil?
- What happened to the Dinosaurs?
The results given in the snippets tool were BS, hence the action taken by Google.
Lastnight while perusing my social media timelines I came across a news story from an online advertising trade publication stating that Google was to ban websites from their Google Ads platform for spreading “misinformation” denying climate change.
By this of course they mean people who correct popular beliefs about climate science after taking a closer look at the data to come to a more realistic conclusion.
— AlltheInterWeb (@AlltheInterweb) October 8, 2021
The NEW(ish) home of AlltheInterweb Answers + other community forums run by AlltheInterweb previously under a variety of other names.
Earlier in the year (about June), I promised I would start trying to do some website reviews here on the blogs in my quest to create content.
Some months later I’m in the mood to try get back to doing some blogging / content creation type stuff again, so here is the attempt at the first website review.
It probably won’t be as fiery as I originally had in mind, as many weeks have passed since they p*ssed me off, but lets try anyway.
It is an alternative social media website called Minds, for people frustrated with some of the more popular social media websites having developed a bit of an itchy trigger finger on the ban button in recent years on people wishing to exercise free speech on even the most mundane topics.