> DoorDash has no mention of its massive data breach on its homepage. There's nothing on its Twitter or Facebook page, either.

> What's also weird is DoorDash's robots file (doordash.com/robots.txt) hides "/securitynotice" from Google, so people can't even search it.

- nitter.net/zackwhittaker/statu

Nice. So Equifax's data breach claim page has Twitter, Facebook, Microsoft, and Google trackers.

secure.equifaxbreachsettlement

Web Request and Declarative Net Request: Explaining the impact on Extensions in Manifest V3
blog.chromium.org/2019/06/web-

> One of these changes is to move away from the blocking version of the Web Request API towards a new API... this change is meant to give developers a way to create safer and more performant ad blockers...we are currently planning to change the rule limit from maximum of 30k rules per extension to a global maximum of 150k rules.

This is really helpful: a shell script to test the performance of the most popular DNS resolvers from your location. By cleanbrowsing.org

github.com/cleanbrowsing/dnspe

"...when I disabled uBlock Origin, [thedailybeast.com] reported connections to 132 distinct base domains, and 200 MB for one single 12-short-paragraph article." - gorhill, creator of uBlock Origin

twitter.com/gorhill/status/113

Learn more: github.com/gorhill/uBlock/blob

“Thousands of education workers from all around the commonwealth of Virginia descended on the capitol city of Richmond [on 1/28/19 to demand better working conditions and pay] in what was the largest single demonstration on the Capitol since 1916.”

wobsouth.info/richmond-va-educ

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