It’s time to reclaim our rights from out-of-touch politicians All human rights come down to one: Choice. — Robert Breedlove Update Feb 11, 2022 12:20pm A State of Emergency has been declared in Ontario and the situation is evolving quickly. The announcement also included an imminent end to the provincial vaccine passports. So far we […]
Free services always come with a day of reckoning… It was the late great FOSS pioneer Atul Chitnis, one of the first 100 clients here at easyDNS, who acquainted me with the idiom: If you’re not paying for the product, you are the product. Nowhere could that be more true than with a company whose entire business […]
We’ve been proponents of the crypto-economy for a long time, from being the first ICANN registrar to accept Bitcoin as a payment, the first DNS provider to enable Ethereum Name Service (ENS) linking to .xyz domains, and we were keeping Bitcoin on our balance sheet before it was cool. We’re probably still the only tech […]
While walking the dog today I listened to Bankless, which is my new favourite podcast for following the Ethereum ecosystem and economy. My curiosity was piqued when I saw the item about Cloudflare’s rolling out support for Ethereum Name Service (ENS) and IPFS, especially the way it was worded: “Cloudflare and IPFS – Your ethereum […]
Bias and b/s would be baked-into the proposed scheme Recently NBC news came into a leaked demo, which was confirmed by Twitter, of a system to allow verified users to correct and flag misinformation, directly below the tweet. Any tweets flagged as misinformation will have their visibility reduced across the system.
For the second time in less than a month, Facebook has canceled a boosted post from easyDNS. The first occasion was on Feb 3rd when we posed the question on whether social media platforms should be the final arbiters of truth (response from Facebook: “yes”). Note the boost was originally approved and then canceled mid-run. […]