It’s “Google Chrome” so Google decides on your privacy. The new Firefox, especially with multi-account containers, offers a great alternative.

Trust is not a renewable resource

If you didn’t respect my lack of consent on the biggest user-facing privacy option in Chrome (and didn’t even notify me that you had stopped respecting it!) why should I trust any other consent option you give me? What stops you from changing your mind on that option in a few months, when we’ve all stopped paying attention?

Source: Why I’m done with Chrome


Nextcloud introduces public link editing with Collabora Online – Nextcloud

Until now, usage of Collabora Online, was restricted to users with a Nextcloud server account. Nextcloud 11 introduces viewing and editing of documents on a Nextcloud server by anonymous users.

Nextcloud users can create a public link to a document and recipients will be able to view the file and even see edits happening in real time! When a Nextcloud user shares a public link to a folder and enables editing the files in it, the documents in the folder can be edited by the anyone who has been given the public link!

Watch this video to see how it works:

Source: Nextcloud introduces public link editing with Collabora Online – Nextcloud