These deprecated services will be removed in a future release of macOS Server, so those depending on them should consider alternatives, including hosted services. Deprecated services are listed below. Links to potential replacements are provided underneath each deprecated service.
Source: Prepare for changes to macOS Server – Apple Support
in otherwords don’t depend on macOS for server
- Basic identity information such as name, address and ID numbers
- Web data such as location, IP address, cookie data and RFID tags
- Health and genetic data
- Biometric data
- Racial or ethnic data
- Political opinions
- Sexual orientation
The GDPR requirements will force U.S. companies to change the way they process, store, and protect customers’ personal data. For example, companies will be allowed to store and process personal data only when the individual consents and for “no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which the personal data are processed.” Personal data must also be portable from one company to another, and companies must erase personal data upon request.
That last item is also known as the right to be forgotten. There are some exceptions. For example, GDPR does not supersede any legal requirement that an organization maintain certain data. This would include HIPAA health record requirements.
What could be a challenging requirement is that companies must report data breaches to supervisory authorities and individuals affected by a breach within 72 hours of when the breach was detected. Another requirement, performing impact assessments, is intended to help mitigate the risk of breaches by identifying vulnerabilities and how to address them.
For a more complete description of GDPR requirements, see “What are the GDPR requirements?”.
Source: What is the GDPR, its requirements and deadlines? | CSO Online
the F-Droid community has been working to provide only 100% verified Free Software, and to make apparent all forms of tracking, advertising, and “anti-features” commonly found in apps. F-Droid provides a complete app ecosystem where users are actively notified of tracking and advertising in the apps, and can make informed choices. We have achieved this through the work of many dedicated volunteers reviewing apps as they are submitted, and marking the things that they find.
Source: New Collaborations on Exposing Tracking | F-Droid – Free and Open Source Android App Repository
By the design of social media, likely no one has noticed. The algorithm abhors a vacuum.
Source: Twitter & Trump Are Trash – what consumes me, bud caddell
- Age of your Mac, iOS device and battery
- How often the battery was charged
- Your battery health (capacity in relation to the original capacity your battery had when it left the factory)
- and much more…
Source: coconutBattery 3.6.5 – by coconut-flavour.com