Aug 21 2023
T11139: Using Extension:Video, the height of the embedded mp4 player is incorrect
I mean it have incorrect resolution due to some sort of broken transcoding.
The bug affects EmbedVideo extension.
Aug 9 2023
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Jan 22 2023
I tried these things but didn't work:
- Cleared browser cache
- Purged pages
- Edited sidebar
More likely for fraud detection.
But again, as it is never reveal PII (personally identifiable information) in the first place, it does not require consent and is GDPR compliant
Jan 21 2023
From reputable law comparision between Chinese PIPL and EU GDPR: https://iapp.org/news/a/analyzing-chinas-pipl-and-how-it-compares-to-the-eus-gdpr/
Likely equivalent compliance or stronger but with few edits here and there to fit 1.4 billion people.
Chinese advertising profiles are very different than the "global" version one. I did test many years now and didn't see any non-Chinese ads on their Chinese platform.
They even block watching movies when not being Chinese users so it doesn't really make senses to them build advertising profiles for non-Chinese users.
And unless you can prove they did used your data for advertising purposes, GDPR can't help you to know if they ever sell your data to others. Chinese PIPL on the other hand requires company to prove themselves innocent so you can just sue them on the online court and they will spit out everything they do about your data.
Apparently Bilibili has 2 domains, bilibili.com, which is the Chinese version, and the worldwide bilibili.tv, according to Wikipedia. There seems to be an English version of the policy at https://web.archive.org/web/20230113020923/https://www.bilibili.com/blackboard/protocal/international_en_privacy.html, last updated September 29, 2021.
Interpreting it is not my work, but I just want to say 1 thing: In the fifth point of the 2nd section, "Who do we share your personal information with?", the third parties serving these targeted ads go unnamed, it says they exist, but doesn't say who they are. Article 13 of the GDPR requires disclosing to the data subject "the recipients or categories of recipients of the personal data, if any;".
The bilibili.tv website doesn't specifically target its services at individuals in the EU so it is not subject to the rules of the GDPR. Only bilibili.com which I'm request CSP here is subjected to the rules of GDPR.
This article 3 of gdpr.eu explains when GDPR applies to non-EU sites
And unlikely someone in MH would provide services using bilibili.tv anyway.
I can't for some reason. I've taken a look at the source: there's trivial inline scripts, open-source libraries like jQuery and an minified script with copyright Microsoft Corporation, Apache 2.0 license, without accompanying source code (it has a sourceMappingUrl comment, but it points nowhere). A quick look reveals that the script uses XMLHttpRequest, so it could very well pull in additional scripts, like the fingerprint script.
The last time you tested was some sort of "game event" website rather than watching videos so they might just collect WebGL data for fixing bug purposes.
The only one you can embed using bilibili.com website is their video player so that's why I'm request CSP for only that site.
Jan 20 2023
Be aware that this is not Google or something that is highly invasive in the west, Chinese companies like Bilibili mostly don't share data with third parties so it does comply with GDPR easily.
You can read about their statement in "我们如何共享、转让、公开披露您的个人信息".
Content: 你好，我可以问一下这个电子邮件是否有效吗？ (Hello, may I ask if this email is valid?)
Hello, seems like firstname.lastname@example.org isn't used anymore, contact through their customer support at email@example.com is much faster.
Jan 11 2023
Reopen as the houkai2nd.miraheze.org still point to houkai2.cyou
Jan 10 2023
Jan 1 2023
Updated CSP request to target specifically Chinese Bilibili, does not apply to global version of Bilibili.
Dec 28 2022
Nov 12 2022
This real-time chat is only accessible if you have a verified Chinese account (if you don't verify then all data are anonymized) and if you specifically request data that require high security access (ie personal information), the chat bot will instead switch to a real person to handle the issue.
Testing pulling my own user data using direct CS chat.
Nov 11 2022
Oct 2 2022
Aug 27 2022
Aug 16 2022
Aug 15 2022
Seems like not working as expected, can you replace the old one with this?
Aug 14 2022
and then run refreshLinks.php
I'm not even sure how to configure this extension unless testing it multiple times to get the expected result.
Jul 30 2022
Sorry for necro this task but seems to happened on custom domain: https://houkai2.cyou/
Tested clearing cache and cookie, used Edge and Chrome.
Jul 29 2022
I have pointed the domain to only miraheze but not sure if there's something wrong.
Checked whois and indeed only ns2.miraheze.org and ns1.miraheze.org
Jul 24 2022
already pointed to Miraheze, not sure if this is correct
Jul 21 2022
Jul 19 2022
Jul 3 2022
@Agent_Isai seems to work now.
Jun 22 2022
Are there anyway to handle that automatically with mediawiki?
The wikitext I used was
[[File:Who killed Cock Robin? 5 Stars.png|200px]]
I checked around and noticed that pages that never got edited after imported (or after updated MW) seems to have this kind of issue.
Edit: Alright, I can fix the issue myself since there are very few pages needs to be fixed.
This is UnusedFiles, not WantedFiles.
The file https://houkai2nd.miraheze.org/wiki/File:Infinite_ammo_during_combat.png is used in https://houkai2nd.miraheze.org/wiki/Category:Infinite_ammo but was listed as unused which is kind of weird.
Definitely not infobox bug, checked another file that got the same issue
Jun 19 2022
Jun 6 2022
May 31 2022
Seems like the wiki is working normal now
May 26 2022
! In T9252#187988, @Dmehus wrote:
Given the length of time such information was allowed to remain on the BiliBili platform, I'm not terribly confident in the responsiveness of the BiliBili's Data Protection Officer together with BiliBili's legal jurisdiction in which they operate.
Not sure when did you see those stuffs but recently, the Chinese's GDPR equivalent was launched and most of companies in CN are already comply the law.
And yes, the law doesn't have timescale required to process data but if the issue is big enough, the company's reputation will get ruined pretty fast (aka recorded in CN's Social Credit System and you may know how horrible it was).
It is also much faster to remove those by requesting to the gov in case of having serious issues (they do have pages to specifically handle these stuffs).
! In T9252#187988, @Dmehus wrote:
What's the specific need here, and, given my concern above, is there not a video sharing site the videos could be posted to and we could whitelist that? For example, YouTube, or, failing that, a site like Google Drive (if that is already whitelisted), the The Internet Archive, or similar.
There are stuffs that can't be posted outside of the requested page (both personal issues and since most videos on that site mostly have owner's signature embedded), attempting to post the video to other sites is basically breaking the ToS on both sides.
My best bet is to only whitelist player.bilibili.com (aka only video player) in case of security or privacy concerns.
May 25 2022
- About GDPR, it mostly goes through the 2 third-parties and you can opt-out right on the appsflyer website. For the Firebase, it's probably for people who use Google account on the English platform to sign-in.
- About privacy reputation from the above article (for the Chinese platform, not English one), it's the article is kinda wrong anyway as you can register account without entering any private information. The only thing that require verify private information is when uploading and commenting which is required by the Chinese government. And technically you can't verify account to upload as a foreign user unless explicit consent by sending an email, the automated verify system only accept Chinese info.
May 24 2022
May 23 2022
(Full?) XML dump
Not sure if this file missing some history parts but I guess not.