A place to discuss privacy and freedom in the digital world.
Privacy has become a very important issue in modern society, with companies and governments constantly abusing their power, more and more people are waking up to the importance of digital privacy.
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Good news, indeed. I was taking part in Google’s AMP workshop once and we made an AMP version of our mobile site and it was slower! They were not pleased by our presentation :D We never implemented AMP on the site.
I fucking hate amp so much.
Some good news coming out.
The question is now whether publisher will revert their migrations and stop using AMP, or if they will continue to use it just because they already support it. I guess only few will be the first ones to dare stop supporting AMP before there is significant evidence that non-amp pages are treated fairly.
I’m willing to bet in classic Google fashion, they will be “deprecating” AMP, causing a mad dash to get back off of it.
Github already block FloC so this will not be different people are waking
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at last, some good news 🥳🥳
it’s not exactly the end per se, but it’s likely the beginning of its downfall