Reorganize energy systems.
The transition from fossil fuels needs new ways of working together.
Phi will be the first DAO dedicated to developing and managing renewable energy systems in a collaborative way.
Phi Coin, our core token, will be used in all aspects of governing the network.
An organizational structure based on active P2P connections will make it easy for everyone to take part.
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"À toutes et tous : s’il y a un combat, ce n’est bien sûr pas celui des femmes contre les hommes, c’est celui des femmes et des hommes contre le modèle patriarcal."
In a nutshell, to make your WordPress GDPR compliant, you should (1) look into all the different ways in which you’re collecting visitor data. Next, (2) put mechanisms in place to make sure that users can control their data. Additionally, (3) it’s probably a good idea to avoid collecting user data where it’s not necessary (like the contact form example from above). And most importantly of all, (4) even if you’re using third-party tools and solutions, you still need to make sure that those are GDPR compliant as well.
If you don’t have all of the above taken care of by May 2018, trouble.
TL;DR: The GDPR is a new regulation by the EU. It changes a lot regarding how each and every WordPress site goes about doing their business. Even non EU-based sites and businesses are affected. You have less than a year to make your WordPress GDPR compliant. Else you’re facing serious fines – up to €20 million.
So I have been experimenting alternative Facebook clients app for a while, tried a few apps on the play store but never liked the experience, also tried the Lite version of both Facebook app and Messenger app and also disliked the experience even though it was better than a few of the webapps around. But yesterday I heard about Frost from my geeky friend Rui and after using it for a day I bought the pro version to get ride of Facebook ads, friends & group suggestions. The most useful feature to me is that I can see by default the most recent post from my contacts, I can finetune notifications to only bother me every 6h or 3h or once a day and the better : it's like a mobile first Facebook experience without the permanent certainty that Facebook algorithm is first tweaked to make you see what Facebook wants you to see instead of what you choose to see first, recently and so on... And the results is pretty neat : feels like Facebook in the old days when the chronological time-line was still the default. Another bonus is frost is open source & by using it and remove Facebook app altogether you win quite a bunch of space in your phone and its fast, even in low end devices. Anyway give it a try and reply with your comment about your experience.