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How to install Linux on a Chromebook (and why you should) | Ars Technica
Google tightly controls the hardware and software, and "does a great job of integrating security features (verified boot, immutable OS images, encrypted filesystems, etc) in default configuration." However, "if you include ‘privacy’ in the topic of security, then Chrome OS/Google presents a unique set of challenges." So there’s the choice in black and white: privacy, or security, but not both.
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june 2017 by douglevin
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