I just confirmed that yes, @firstname.lastname@example.org browser's Tor mode appears to leak all the .onion addresses you visit to your DNS provider
@rust Note that you can still add RUSTFLAGS="-D warnings" to your CI, and catch those warnings early ;)
`#[deny(warnings)]` will sooner or later break your code.
#Rust keeps adding new warnings and refining behavior of existing ones. If you're not prepared to deal with potential new compilation errors every 6 weeks, don't use #[deny(warnings)].
Rustc has a cap-lints feature to disable this footgun in dependencies, but it doesn't help macro-generated code and top-level crates.
Please remember: functional cookies (login session, shopping carts) do not need user consent. So every time you see one of this oversized cookie banners someone is trying (often through dark patterns) to make you accept the whole tracking and spying as well. Don't be mad at the legislative for creating the need for tracking consent. Be mad at the websites that are trying to stir you up against that law by annoying you with those banners.
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