In 2016 someone showed up in the team’s chat room with a carrier pigeon avatar, a number of sophisticated technical suggestions, and what sounded like inside information. “He was like, ‘You know, this isn’t going unnoticed,’ ” Drobnak says. “Or, ‘The advertising business, this is something that concerns them.’ ” The carrier pigeon was active for about two to three months, then disappeared.
Was just wondering why offices don’t use pi-hole.
I’ve got it setup at home, while out and about I use openVPN to connect to my home network and… oh boy… heaven. Surfers heaven.
Found the above article. Looks like pi-hole is creating worry for the advertisement business.
SAFEnetwork is also going to be an issue for them, and issue they won’t be able to code around ingrained privacy.
For now… I think I’ll be treating people to raspberryPi with openVPN sauce.
I think if you can afford it, pay this forward to your friends and relatives. For us technology guys it’s easy, the entry barrier to our friends and relatives is the tech, but we can help them.