Spotify no longer streams music in Apple's Safari web browser

Spotify no longer streams music in Apple's Safari web browser

Spotify no longer streams music in Apple’s Safari web browser

If you use Safari to stream Spotify tunes, you’re going to need a plan B. Listeners have discovered that Spotify’s web player no longer works with Safari. Visit and you’ll be asked to either use an alternative browser or fire up the native Mac app. When asked about the abrupt change, the company’s customer support could only say that “recent updates” made Safari incompatible. It can’t say if or when the feature will come back. We’ve asked Spotify if it can elaborate, but there’s already some speculation as to the possible cause.Mac Generation suspects that the decision might have something to do with the Widevine copy protection plugin. Spotify wants to use that for web-based music streaming, but macOS may flag it over concerns that its security isn’t sufficiently airtight. And without reliable access to Widevine, Spotify can’t guarantee that Safari will play properly even if it’s technically possible.

Källa: Spotify no longer streams music in Apple’s Safari web browser

Spotify no longer streams music in Apple’s Safari web browser

Spotify no longer streams music in Apple's Safari web browser

Spotify no longer streams music in Apple’s Safari web browser

If you use Safari to stream Spotify tunes, you’re going to need a plan B. Listeners have discovered that Spotify’s web player no longer works with Safari. Visit and you’ll be asked to either use an alternative browser or fire up the native Mac app. When asked about the abrupt change, the company’s customer support could only say that “recent updates” made Safari incompatible. It can’t say if or when the feature will come back. We’ve asked Spotify if it can elaborate, but there’s already some speculation as to the possible cause.Mac Generation suspects that the decision might have something to do with the Widevine copy protection plugin. Spotify wants to use that for web-based music streaming, but macOS may flag it over concerns that its security isn’t sufficiently airtight. And without reliable access to Widevine, Spotify can’t guarantee that Safari will play properly even if it’s technically possible.

Källa: Spotify no longer streams music in Apple’s Safari web browser

Hacker Who Hacked US Spy Chief, FBI & CIA Director Gets 5-Year in Prison

Hacker Who Hacked US Spy Chief, FBI & CIA Director Gets 5-Year in Prison

Hacker Who Hacked US Spy Chief, FBI & CIA Director Gets 5-Year in Prison

The hacking group behind a series of embarrassing hacks that targeted personal email accounts of senior officials at the FBI, the CIA, and the White House, among other United States federal agencies in 2015.A member of Crackas With Attitude, who was arrested last year in September, has now been sentenced to five years in federal prison.Justin Liverman, a 25-year-old man from Morehead City, who was known under the online alias “D3F4ULT,” was arrested last year along with another member of the group—Andrew Otto Boggs, 23, of North Wilkesboro, who allegedly used the handle “INCURSIO.”The duo hacked into multiple government organizations between October 2015 and February 2016. Boggs was sentenced to two years in prison on June 30, 2017, for his role.Liverman pleaded guilty on January 6 this year to conspiracy to hack U.S. government computers and accounts and was sentenced to 5 years in prison on Friday. He will also be forced to pay $145,000 in restitution

Källa: Hacker Who Hacked US Spy Chief, FBI & CIA Director Gets 5-Year in Prison

Hacker Who Hacked US Spy Chief, FBI & CIA Director Gets 5-Year in Prison

Hacker Who Hacked US Spy Chief, FBI & CIA Director Gets 5-Year in Prison

Hacker Who Hacked US Spy Chief, FBI & CIA Director Gets 5-Year in Prison

The hacking group behind a series of embarrassing hacks that targeted personal email accounts of senior officials at the FBI, the CIA, and the White House, among other United States federal agencies in 2015.A member of Crackas With Attitude, who was arrested last year in September, has now been sentenced to five years in federal prison.Justin Liverman, a 25-year-old man from Morehead City, who was known under the online alias “D3F4ULT,” was arrested last year along with another member of the group—Andrew Otto Boggs, 23, of North Wilkesboro, who allegedly used the handle “INCURSIO.”The duo hacked into multiple government organizations between October 2015 and February 2016. Boggs was sentenced to two years in prison on June 30, 2017, for his role.Liverman pleaded guilty on January 6 this year to conspiracy to hack U.S. government computers and accounts and was sentenced to 5 years in prison on Friday. He will also be forced to pay $145,000 in restitution

Källa: Hacker Who Hacked US Spy Chief, FBI & CIA Director Gets 5-Year in Prison

The Rolling Mill

The Rolling Mill

The Rolling Mill

 

What does it mean to be self-determining in America? And what does achieving the American Dream really feel like? Not everyone gets to answer that question for themselves, and some who do may take it for granted.

In Cumberland, Maryland, disappearing industry over the last 30 years has left the city economically depressed and half-deserted. The city’s new mayor has taken it upon himself to inspire a revitalization, and his plan starts with buying up homes in The Rolling Mill, a once vibrant neighborhood stricken by the same ills as the city. With every willing seller who leaves The Rolling Mill behind, the mayor’s plan to change Cumberland’s fortunes by building a new chain restaurant progresses. But as the face of the neighborhood they love changes so drastically, a steadfast group of long-time Rolling Mill residents have refused to relent to the city.

Director: Dillon M. Hayes
Cinematographer: Hayden Mason
Editor: Nico Bovat
Additional Editing: Dillon M. Hayes
Aerial Photography: Joe Bagatti
Composer: Coupler as Ryan Norris
Sound Mix: Matt Whitson
Titles: Noah Atkinson
Colorist: Carol Camp

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