The Technology Zone

Technology. Something that affects all of our lives’ but is also something that many people mis-understand. The media (including the BBC) makes this ignorance of technology worse, as instead of educating people on the underlining details of the tech people use, they publish over-exaggerated falsehoods. Most of the surrounding the internet being “toxic“ without looking at themselves in the mirror.

The content in The Technology Zone looks at tech and the internet from the perceptive of someone who has experienced the real internet rather than just Normie-net. Basically, articles in this section mainly focus on more niche topics, from random drama to articles about privacy.

 
  • 10 Apr 2021

    The Rigged Game of 'Build Your Own DDOS Protection'

    Whenever you see a controversy website being 'cancelled' by its Anti-DDOS service provider. There will see many comments on social media, cheering on the company for censorship.
  • 21 Jan 2021

    A Paywall Is Not Acceptable to Revoke SSL - a Response to Pro-CF Comments

    Most communities rightly accept that for a CA, such as CloudFlare, it is not acceptable for them to ignore requests to revoke a SSL certificate.
  • 20 Jan 2021

    The Irrevocable SSL certificates of CloudFlare

    moved this website 'worldofmatthew.com' away from CloudFlare back in August 2020.That should have been the end of the relation with CloudFlare for my website.
  • 14 Dec 2020

    Don’t Give Your Content Away for Free to Tech Giants

    You will always hear of large media companies crying about how piracy is killing their industry, even if the evidence for these claims are uncertain with some studies claiming small positive, small negative or near-no affect to sales of media, depending on the type of that media.
  • 09 Dec 2020

    The Advantages of Piracy (for consumers)

    You will always hear of large media companies crying about how piracy is killing their industry, even if the evidence for these claims are uncertain with some studies claiming small positive, small negative or near-no affect to sales of media, depending on the type of that media.
  • 01 Aug 2020

    Use Tor for privacy and VPN for downloading Linux Iso's

    On the internet there appears to be a lot of confusion about when using a VPN or Tor is appropriate with many people being confused blatantly misleading VPN advertisements. That is not to say that a VPN is not useful as there are use cases that Tor sucks at..

 
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