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The way you log into Minecraft: Java Edition will soon change forever. As you know, Microsoft is the primary company behind Mojang and Minecraft. Up till now, you have been able to log into your Minecraft account and play the game, with either a Mojang Account, or one of the original Premium/Legacy accounts. Sometime in […]
You are reading this post, so you already know mass surveillance is a big thing that happens all the time. I want to make it clear, that this post will not stop the surveillance from happening, but will hopefully deter anyone from wanting to read your private and important emails. The number one tip is […]
Up till now, Switzerland has been known for their strong privacy laws, but more recently, a new law could put your privacy at risk, unless the proper precautions are taken. It is now required for Internet Service Providers, who are based in Switzerland and who store customer data in Switzerland, to keep a record of […]
What is Tutanota? Tutanota is an encrypted email provider based in Germany. Servers are also located in Germany and are powered by Green Renewable Energy. What’s good about Tutanota, and why would you want to use it? The encryption happens on the user’s device in a way where the user is the only one to […]
Important information about the privacy of emails and how to choose the right one. Some of it will shock you. Read more to find out.
Okay, I get it. Going straight to the provider of the service the crime was committed on and asking for access to their data will give law enforcers a quick resolution to fighting a particular crime case. It will also enable the discovery of other ongoing crimes, and allow them to be resolved too. This […]
When starting your own website, there are many questions you need to think about. One of these questions relates to having all your eggs in one basket, and why it would be best not to, especially from a business perspective.
Today I would like to announce a refresh to my website’s design and content, bringing it to use the all-new DCG.CSS project I have been working on.
This update is a small one, but has a big impact on the future of DCG.
Replay of livestream from 15 May 2020 playing Scrap Mechanic.
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